DRY FORK, Va. -

George Washington and Tunstall are separated by just 11 miles.  This week the two met for the first time in 7 years on senior night in Dry Fork.

The Trojans could just about wrap up a playoff berth with a win this week.

At the beginning of the second half, Tunstall fans already chanting, "I believe that we will win."

Tunstall was near GW's 30 yard line. Quarterback Christopher Buckner waslooking for a receiver and found Matthew Pyrtle in the endzone. It bounced off him. And GW's DeQuanne Coles was there to pick it off. Coles ran it out to the 15 before he was brought down.

On the next play, GW quarterback Hunter Byrnes looked to run through the middle but was sacked by Tunstall's defense.

Later in the third, Tunstall had the ball ball. Buckner faked a hand off and kept it himself. He ran through GW's defense 25 yards before getting tackled on the two yard line.

On the next play. Buckner decided to hand it off to to Pyrtle. He walked into the endzone for the touchdown. That tied the game at 21 apiece.

That wasn't enough. George Washington came out with a W tonight, 31-28.