Newman downs Mon-Roseville
The Sterling Newman Comets took over on downs at the Monmouth-Roseville 49-yard line with 5 minutes, 48 seconds left, clinging to a five-point lead.
What followed was a string of plays that seemed like someone was hitting the repeat button on some remote control. The result was a nail-in-the-coffin touchdown run by Brian Bahrs that sealed a 26-14 win in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs Saturday at Roscoe Eades Stadium.
Nick Rude, the workhorse for the Comets with 27 carries and 179 yards, started the drive with a 7-yard run to the 42. After that, it was a barrage of 3- and 4-yard plunges by Brian Bahrs, Rude and sophomore Dillan Heffelfinger which ate clock and forced the Titans to burn all three of their timeouts.
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