The game was fast and physical, highlighted by big plays, strange laundry and stellar stops on defense. Cape's winning touchdown was made possible by a great second effort run by Kyle Colburn.
Learris Griffin reached across the goal line on a sneak for the touchdown, and Rahseed Woods, going down on the 4-yard line, somehow flew across the goal line for two points and a 22-14 Cape advantage.
The Ravens drove 70 yards, managed the clock and scored on the final play of the game to bring the score to 22-20.
A fullback up the middle was stopped short of the goal line as Cape celebrated the heart-pounding victory.
Cape closes out the JV season Monday, Nov. 4, at Sussex Central.