Football: No. 8 BOLD upsets top-seeded Windom
WINDOM -- After being blanked by Windom four days earlier, BOLD upset the top-seeded Eagles 21-19 in overtime in the first round of the Section 3AA playoffs Tuesday.
The section's No. 2 seed -- Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop -- also loss Tuesday, as did Luverne, the No. 4 seed. The Warriors (6-3) now play at No. 7 seed Pipestone Saturday.
BOLD lost the coin toss to start overtime, but scored first after Windom elected to go on defense. Nick Bauman ran in from five yards on the second play of the extra session and the Warriors took a 21-13 lead after Seth Wagner ran in the two-point coversion after fielding a bad snap on the extra-point attempt.
Travis Karschnik answered with his third touchdown pass of the game for the Eagles, but the two-point conversion was batted down by Bret Neubauer in the end zone to preserve the Warriors' win.
Craig Kohout tied the game early in the fourth quarter for BOLD after plowing into the end zone on fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line.
BOLD opened the scoring in the first quarter when Trent Squibb rushed into the end zone. Windom, which beat the Warriors 10-0 last Friday, then posted two touchdowns in a span of 1:26 late in the second quarter. Karschnik threw two scores to give Windom a 13-7 at halftime.
Complete statistics were not available at press time.