Posted On: 10/19/20 10:06 PM

There was a marquee 6-man football played Monday night between the Briggsdale Falcons and the Prairie Mustangs.

The game, which was moved in the unorthodox 2020 season with the COVID-19 pandemic, featured two playoff teams from the strong North league facing off. Both teams got a chance to face each other in the Colorado Rural Football League just before the high school season was brought back for the fall, with Prairie getting a win over Briggsdale. The first game was a shootout, but defense carried both teams in the Week 2 game that was decided in the final seconds.

Game recap

Prairie outscored Briggsdale 19-6 in the fourth quarter and scored the go-ahead touchdown with 31 seconds remaining to get the 35-32 win on the road to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Arek Wulf started off strong breaking a 50-yard touchdown run on Prairie’s second offensive play of the game to strike first. Briggsdale would respond but missed the two-point conversion kick and trailed 8-6 after the first quarter. In the second, the Falcons dominated defensively and got after Prairie quarterback Andy Long to get a number of stops. They would then capitalize with a pair of

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