History was made this week in Blacksburg as the Carroll County Cavaliers played their first ever River Ridge District game against the Bruins at Bill Brown Stadium.
On the opening kickoff of the second half, Carroll County kicked it deep. Blacksbug made a big mistake. The Bruins didn't field the kick. Carroll County's Blake Dalton recovered and the Cavaliers got the ball on the 16.
On the very next play, Carroll County cashed in. Connor Lundy found Duncan Reece on an out route. He went up and got it. It was 13-3 Cavaliers early in the third quarter.
Blacksburg responded quickly through the air. It was Isaac Johnston to Kaleb Bohrnstedt on the 77-yard strike. That pulled the Bruins to within 13-10 two minutes into the third quarter.
The Bruins took over after a quick three-and-out by the Cavaliers. Johnson went back to the air. This time he hit Morgan McCoy on a wheel route for 37 yards and the touchdown. Bruins took the lead 17-13.
Fast forward to late fourth quarter. Carroll County was still down four facing 4th-and-6. Blacksburg blitzed and forced an in-completion.
The Bruins hold on, 17-13.