Last Monday the Western Michigan Broncos and the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers faced off for the first responder bowl. In the entertaining encounter, the Hilltoppers managed to get a narrow win to finish the year off. The final score was 20-23.
Thiago Kapps scored first during the game during the first quarter. He got a 30-yard field goal to put Broncos ahead. Most of the attacks during the first quarter were foiled. As such, no other player managed to score that entire quarter.
Each team got a touchdown during the game’s second quarter. Jahcour scored the first touchdown of the quarter for the Hilltoppers. Then, as the quarter neared its end, Kareem scored a touchdown on the other end zone for the Broncos. Cory Munson had scored a 26-yard field goal midway that quarter.
DaShon scored the sole touchdown of the third quarter. He had received a great pass from Jon Wassink to proceed and get the touchdown.
The Hilltoppers managed to overturn the match and win during the third quarter. This was courtesy of a touchdown and two field goals. Lucky scored the touchdown while Cory scored the field goals from 31 and 52 yards out. Thiago also scored a field goal from 20 yards out for the Broncos. Stay tuned for the highlights of the Music City bowl in the next post.