The Berry Wildcats returned to Fred Webster Stadium to welcome the Donoho Falcons in the third-ever meeting between the two schools and the first to be played in Berry. The defenses from both teams set the tone of the game. In a game that would go back and forth all night, Donoho got the 17–14 victory on a late field goal. Donoho won the toss and elected to receive the opening kickoff. Donoho put together an 11-play drive deep into Wildcat territory. It looked as if the Falcons might score, but the Berry defense stiffened and stopped Donoho on fourth-and-goal from the Wildcats’ 12-yard line to get the ball for the Berry offense.
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