Blackhawks rally falls short in 29-26 league loss to Pullman
Cheney starts slow, scores 26 unanswered points before Greyhounds complete comeback
Cheney running back Austin Kline breaks free from Pullman defenders en route to a 53-yard third quarter touchdown.
If anything, Cheney’s 29-26 Great Northern League loss Friday to Pullman provided a good learning experience.
The Blackhawks learned a number of things, one being they have the ability to rally from a big deficit. But they also learned something that might prove just as valuable.
“When you get up on somebody, you never let off the gas,” head coach Jason Williams said.
Cheney fell behind 14-0 to the visiting Greyhounds in the first quarter, rallied to score the next 26 points for a 26-14 lead only to have the Greyhounds score twice in the fourth and have a late-game rally fall short on...
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