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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Football wins in overtime

Low energy and a lack of confidence started off the game for the Brahmas before a comeback burst of power led to their 40-37 overtime victory.

Kyshawn Richards lead the team with four of the five touchdowns. He said that without the help of the offensive line and the defense holding the Vaqueros it wouldn’t have been easy.

Richards scored the overtime touchdown that gave the Brahmas the win and improved their record to 4-5.

Interim Head Coach James Sims said with the Los Angeles Valley College loss to Citrus, Pierce has the opportunity to make a bowl game if they win their next and final game.

The Brahmas are on the road for their final game against Antelope Valley College at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Randi Lovehttp://randilovephotos.com
Reporter Spring 2016, Sports Editor Fall 2016, News Editor and Photographer Spring 2017, Photo Editor Fall 2017, EIC Spring 2018

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