Perry Taylor County broke on top and refused to fold in holding off Chiefland 21-14 in a Florida high school football matchup Friday night.
Taylor County got the better of the fourth-quarter scoring 14-8 to finish the game in style.
The Bulldogs broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 7-6 lead over the Indians.
Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren second quarter.
The Indians showed they were ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 6-0 advantage over the Bulldogs as the first quarter ended.
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