The Gibson Southern and Princeton Community football teams wrapped up their regular seasons Friday night and will head into the postseason season in opposite directions.
The Class 3A No. 7 ranked Titans overcame a 14-point deficit in the final five minutes to stun 3A No. 7 Southridge, 22-21.
Princeton dropped its sixth straight game with a 34-10 loss to Big Eight Conference rival Vincennes Lincoln.
For Gibson Southern, the Titans trailed 21-14 with 4:34 left on the game clock.
Sophomore quarterback Brady Allen capped a quick five-play 80-yard drive with a 6-yard toss to Logan Murfin.
The drive pulled the Titans to within 21-14 and took just 41 seconds off the clock.
Southridge chewed nearly three minutes off the clock before the Titans defense forced a punt.
The Raiders' punt was downed at the Titans' 6 with just 61 seconds remaining on the clock and out of timeouts.
After being sacked on third down, Allen scrambled to his right and hit Seth DeLong in stride for an 88-yard score with 12 seconds left on the clock.
Instead of playing for the tie, the Titans went for two and the win. Ben Butler took a jet sweep from Allen and looked to toss it back to Allen in the end zone but once the Titans' signal caller was covered up, Butler kept it and found the end zone for the game-winning score.
The thrilling come-from-behind win, sends Gibson Southern into the postseason with a 7-2 mark.
For Princeton, in the final Big Eight Conference game for the foreseeable future, the Alices spoiled senior night for the Tigers.
Princeton grabbed an early 3-0 lead on a 24-yard field goal from Cole Hurt but the Alices responded with 34 unanswered points in the rout.
The Tigers scored the final touchdown of the game when Gerit Bock hooked up with Dominic Hardiman for a 53-yard score in the final minutes.
The loss is the sixth straight for the Tigers as they head into the postseason with a 1-8 mark.
NOTE: For complete coverage of both games, please see Tuesday's edition of the Daily Clarion.