Eisenhower needs a win and some help to get in, Dekaney just needs a win…
Ike comes up with the first big play of the game, as Kevon Little and Trevon Ridley rip the line and block the Dekaney punt to set up the offense with great field position.
The Eagles cash it into points as Waymon Finley hops over a defender and trots into the end zone from 7 yards out, Eagles up 7-3.
Dekaney answers in the second as Daelyn Williams has a big hole on the quarterback draw play. He goes right up the middle and into the open field, he takes it the distance, 72 yards for a Wildcats touchdown, Dekaney up 10-7.
Then it’s Williams going to the air, and he finds Omarion Thomas-Keener open in the back of the end zone for 10 yard touchdown, Wildcats lead 17-14 at intermission.
More Dekaney in the third, as Williams calls his own number and just barely crosses goal line for a 5-yard touchdown, Wildcats on top 27-14.
Eisenhower not going away though, Finley breaks a tackle and fights his way into the end zone for his second score of the night, this one pulls the Eagles within six at 27-21.
Ike gets the ball back with 6 minutes left in the fourth, needing a touchdown, and the Eagles go right back to Finley, who muscles his way down the field for a big gain deep into Dekaney territory.
Then with 16 seconds left, Sevan Guidry caps off an 80-yard game-winning drive with a 1 yard touchdown run, and Eisenhower wins a thriller 28-27 over Dekaney. Both teams will learn their playoff fate this afternoon, pending the outcome of the Spring-Aldine Macarthur game.