LEWISTON, ID - Lewiston's homecoming game against Shadle Park had every aspect needed for a homecoming game. The home team goes down big, team figures it out in the fourth quarter. Gets into a situation where they could send the game into overtime, but loses in heartbreaking fashion.
The Shadle Park Highlanders took down the Lewiston Bengals 28-21 in its annual homecoming game. Kash Lang and Jesse Ady were the driving force behind the Bengals fourth quarter come back. It started with a 70-yard connection from Lang to Ady. Lang would then run it in from 20 yards out to narrow the lead to 14 points. The Bengals got the ball back, and the deadly Lewiston connection struck again. To narrow the lead to only seven points.
Lewiston looked doomed with very little time left, however a Garrett Creviston interception gave the Bengals one more chance to tie the game and take it into overtime.
Kash Lang proved he has ice in his veins time and time in this game. From taking big hits to juking out defenders, Lang was important to the Bengals offense. He drove Lewiston all the way down to the one yard line. Lewiston tried to run it in with powerback Michael Bramlett. He'd fall short on the first attempt. They'd call the same play this time, Barmlett put the ball on the ground. Shadle Park recovered the fumble to surivive it's road trip to Lewiston.
Shadle Park had a big lead at the begining of the game. However, at no point did the Bengals feel out of it. Lewiston fought from 21 down, and scored 21 unanswered. Lewiston has a lot of heart, and they showed that tonight.