56th Snobowl ends in tie
Posted December 28, 2015
The 2015 Snobowl was full of excitment although it would eventually end in a 12-12 tie. The game featured many "Trojan Greats" from yester year. Nolan Pumper commanded the Polars like a field general on the first two drives. On the first drive he took off on a long run and followed it up by hitting Connor O'Brien in the back of the endzone to give the Polars a 6-0 lead. On the next possession he hit Tony Kubes for a quick touchdown. Kubes was well covered but made a leap obove three Ptarmigans and pulled the ball down one handed for a touchdown. After that it would be all Ptarmigans, led by Mitch Lunder at QB. Ptarmigans ran a "Wild Cat Offense" with Lunder slashing though the Polar Defense including adding a rushing TD to cut the score in half just before the break. In the 2nd half it looked like Polars might drive the last nail in the coffin when they were inside the 5 yard line. The Ptarmigans refused to quit and after a valiant goaline stand the Polars fumbled and the Ptarmigans took over at mid field. With under 1 minute to goal Lunder threw a ball up for grabs into the endzone, it was batted around but finally nestled into Adam Mitchel's hands to tie the score 12-12, which is how the 56th Snobowl ended.