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6-Man roundup: DGSG mounts furious comeback to stun Bridger in overtime

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BRIDGER – Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine put together furious comeback Friday night to beat Bridger 58-51 in overtime.

DGSG was down 23-0 after the first quarter and was at one point trailing 45-13 but pulled within 45-37 with three minutes left after Axel Becker caught a touchdown pass. Prior to that, Tyce Smith heaved a Hail Mary to Kameryn Myllymaki on fourth down to make the score 45-31.

Bridger seemingly put the game away on a Gage Goltz kickoff return for a touchdown after Becker’s TD reception, but DGSG was able to tie the game 51-51 and force overtime, where a defensive stand on fourth down was the deciding play.

Bridger had built its lead to 37-13 at halftime and then 45-13 in the third when Goltz scored what at that point was his fifth touchdown from 9 yards. But the Scouts couldn’t hold on, as Smith found the end zone from 16 yards and then threw a 35-yard pass to Myllymaki to force OT.

In overtime, a 1-yard run by Brody Ridgeway put DGSG on top. DGSG then stopped Bridger on defense to end the game.

Elsewhere in 6-Man:

Absarokee 55, White Sulphur Springs 18

Froid-Lake 63, Jordan 0

Harlowton 51, CJI 28

Hobson-Moore 63, Reed Point-Rapelje 59

Power-Dutton-Brady 46, Broadview-Lavina 6

Savage 48, Plevna 0