STEVENSVILLE — As Kent Island’s Kasey Heath chunked off 4-yard run after 4-yard run, what came next felt inevitable. Middletown had not been able to hold up the bruising running back in the second half, and this fourth-quarter drive felt like a game-definer.

Sure enough, Heath found a hole and broke through for a 17-yard touchdown, the winning score. The Buccaneers then made a defensive stand and kneeled out a 14-7 win at home over the Knights in a Class 2A state football semifinal.

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