On a perfect night for football at The Pit, it looked like the stars were aligning and the Minden Crimson Tide were going to take the lead late in their matchup with the Haughton Buccaneers.

The Tide had started the drive at their own 10-yard line and were marching with ease near the 30-yard line going in.

That’s when a Haughton defender ripped the ball away from Minden’s Kolby Jackson, turning the tide, so to speak, and setting up Haughton’s winning score.

The Tide couldn’t answer in the two-minute drill and the game ended at 17-10, in favor of the Bucs.

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