BROOMFIELD -- The Legacy Lightning took home the Mayor's Cup after defeating their rival the Broomfield Eagles in a close 14-9 final.
It was the Lightning who came out hard early right off the kickoff with a long run to the 40-yard line. They would score that same drive on a clever run to the end zone to go up 7-0.
At halftime the score was Lightning up 7-3 on the Eagles.
In the second half, Legacy would strike again on a throw from 10 yards out by Alec Lewis to Landon Sneyd. However, the game was still close. Up 14-3, the Lightning and Eagles trade possessions with no scores until the fourth quarter when Broomfield quarterback Mason Keeler runs one in for the touchdown.
Score 14-9 Legacy, Broomfield drives down the field with a minute left in the game. Only four seconds on the clock and time for one more shot at the end zone, Keeler launches one to the corner, but it's knocked down.
Legacy wins the Mayor's Cup against rival Broomfield by a final of 14-9.
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