[Matthew Apgar / Daily Chronicle]
Short field thanks to kick return late helps the win: The Wolves started with the ball on the Nazareth 38 thanks to some trickery on the kickoff return. The Roadrunners (12-2) were trying to keep the ball away from Evans, especially after he had a punt return for a score. But the Wolves bunched four returners together at the 20, then spread them out just before the kick. Naz ended up kicking right to Evans.
Nazareth coach Tim Racki said he was outcoached in the game, referring to that play. Prairie Ridge coach Chris Schremp said ti's a play they've run before.
"We want Samson to get the ball as much as he can," Schremp said. "They've been pooch kicking it all year, and they've done it so much. We wanted his hands on it, so that's what we did."
Evans ended up returning the kick 38 yards.