EVANS - Hunter Morris scored a pair of touchdowns, then stopped Baldwin's last-ditch drive by intercepting a pass at his own 5 yard line and led Evans' Knights to a 13-12 homecoming victory over the Braves on Friday night.
The game proved to be a running duel between Morris and Monteigaus Tyler, who scored both of his team's touchdowns on runs of 62 and 64 yards. Tyler wound up with 192 yards on 25 carries, while Morris had 114 yards on 26 attempts.
Baldwin was pretty much in control until a fumble on the first play after the second-half kickoff gave the Knights the ball at the Braves 21.
Morris scored from the 1 yard line four plays later and Shaun Gindlesperger's extra point kick proved to be the game-winner. The Knights' last drive began late in the third quarter and covered 63 yards in 10 plays, Morris again scoring from the 1 with 11:05 to play.
Baldwin missed a 31-yard field goal attempt with 5:30 left and Evans had the ball for three plays and out, the Braves taking over on the Knights' 47 after a short punt.
Baldwin drove to the 20 and on first and 10 with 1:05 to play, Morris made the interception and Evans ran out the clock.