Bridgeport scores 17 unanswered points in second half, downs MHS 17-14 in OT

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va.  — Trailing 14-0 at halftime to Morgantown, Bridgeport was staring at its first regular season loss in nearly a year. Two lengthy drives and two blocked kicks from senior Carson Winkie allowed the Indians to escape with a 17-14 overtime win in their home opener at Wayne Jamison Field.

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