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6-Man football roundup: Roy-Winifred rallies past Bridger to stay unbeaten

Posted at 11:38 PM, Oct 12, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-13 01:44:10-04

BRIDGER — Roy-Winifred overcame a 24-8 first-quarter deficit to rally past Bridger 42-37 in a key 6-Man South football game on Friday. With the win, the Outlaws improve to 8-0 in the South, setting up a de facto conference championship with Grass Range-Winnett next week.

Roy-Winifred found itself in an early hole Friday, as Colby Zentner helped Bridger to three first-quarter touchdowns. Zentner ran for one and passed for two, one each to Jake Mitzel and Jake Kallevig.

Ryan Russell scored the Outlaws’ lone first-quarter touchdown and added a second score in the second quarter. Riccardo Lonigro brought Roy-Winifred within two points with his rushing touchdown in the second quarter, but Bridger would take a 30-22 lead into halftime after a Rod Zentner TD run.

Roy-Winifred cut back into the lead in the third quarter with a Calvin Rowell touchdown and then took its first lead when Russell scored his second TD — this one on a pass from Tyler Fordyce — of the game. Bridger bounced right back, though, as Mitzel hit Kallevig for a touchdown to give the lead back to the Scouts.

Fordyce found Bryer Schultz for Roy-Winifred’s go-ahead touchdown with less than a minute to play.

6-Man football scores

Big Sandy 89, Power-Dutton-Brady 52
Ekalaka 54, Center-Stanton (N.D.) 22
Hot Springs 67, Valley Christian 0
Roy-Winifred 42, Bridger 37
Sheridan 54, Lima 31
Westby-Grenora 57, Froid-Lake 6
Wibaux 56, Richey-Lambert 16