The 1-3 Glendale Falcons hosting 2-2 Kickapoo.
These teams have now met 44 times. The Falcons were looking to tie the all-time series at 22 games a piece.
New Glendale coach Tyler Overstreet played quarterback for Kickapoo coach Joel Wells back in the day.
The Falcons remembering the Lambert family as well.
Kickapoo scores first, on the punt return, the Chiefs give it to Kelton Reeves on the reverse, he takes it down the far sideline and to the house 60 yards for a touchdown, 7-0 Chiefs.
Then Kickapoo adds to its lead, John Fuchs up the middle six yards for a touchdown it's 14-0 Chiefs.
Second quarter, more Chiefs Anthony Cooper throws to the near sideline, Corbin Harris, nice catch and he scores on this 40 yard TD connection 21-0 Kickapoo.
The Chiefs would fumble deep in their own territory, Glendale's Austin Grega recovers.
That sets up this five yard touchdown run by the Falcons Justin Starks it's 21-7 Kickapoo at the half.
Late third quarter, Glendale quarterback Will Rogers finds Deshawn Clancy in the endzone for an eight yard touchdown it's 21-14.
But that's as close as Kickapoo would let it get, the Chiefs win 21-14.
They lead the all-time series 23-21.
I'm real happy for our kids," said Kickapoo coach Joel Wells. "They've worked real hard. Nothing can be easy. We jumped out to a good lead, but fumbled the ball. I give Glendale a lot of credit they fought back. Our kids just made a play at the end. It was a must win, a must win for us. To have a great year, we knew we had to have this one and I'm happy for them."