OCHS comes up short against Sunny Hills

first_img Lance Cromer’s 3-yard toss to Mike Trabbie with 25 seconds remaining cut the deficit to two points. On the ensuing kickoff, Kyle Jasper recovered an onside kick giving the Knights (4-1) one last gasp after taking over on the 35-yard line. Cromer’s three passes to the end zone were denied by Lancer defenders setting up the potential game-winning attempt by Hutter. Ontario Christian had plenty of opportunities to win and looked to put the game away when they took a 22-19 lead when Cromer hit Hutter for a 3-yard TD at 9:33 in the fourth. But Sunny Hills’ David Gully was the thorn in Ontario Christian’s side as he punched in a 1-yard score at 6:19 in the fourth that turned out to be the eventual game winner. The Knights’ undoing could be aimed at the three fumbles that came on three drives in which the offense appeared to be running smoothly. “We just had too many costy fumbles, and that really hurt us. But my kids showed plenty of heart and we can take that same heart going in to next week’s contest”, Stevens said. ONTARIO – Adam Hutter’s 52-yard field-goal attempt with four seconds remaining sailed wide right and the Ontario Christian Knights fell short 31-29 to Fullerton Sunny Hills on Friday in a hard fought, entertainig contest. “We kept fighting despite playing a team that was more physical than we were,” Ontario Christian coach Chris Stevens said. center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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