Last-second Krigbaum plunge gives ’Cats much-needed road win

Brawley quarterback Ethan Gutierrez (13) options left in the Wildcats' 21-19 win over the Cibola Raiders on Friday — their first win in three attempts against Yuma-area competition this year. COURTESY PHOTO DINA SELF

YUMA — The Brawley Wildcats narrowly avoided their third consecutive loss to a Yuma-based school this year by edging the Cibola High Raiders, 21-19, Friday night.

In a game that Brawley manage to snatch from the jaws of defeat, both offenses started off stuck in first gear.

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