MSU offense earns 31-27 victory in Spring Football Game

Ashton Gerard/MDN Minot State junior running back Isaiah Hall (21) runs with the ball during the annual Red/White Spring Game Friday in MSU's Air-Supported Dome.

Minot State quarterback Scott Fallers scampered into the endzone on fourth down with 16 seconds remaining on an 18-yard touchdown run to give the offense a 31-27 win on Friday night at the Minot State football Spring Game in the Air-Supported Dome.

Ben Bolinske opened the scoring for the offense in the second quarter with a seven-yard run. Lofton Klabunde recorded the second touchdown of the night after Sean Keunzinger tossed the nine-yard pass to the tight end for the score.

The offense cut the deficit to a one possession game when Kyler Sharp lofted a deep ball to Lavante Bushnell for a 54-yard touchdown to make it a 27-21 game. Spencer Gordon trimmed the defense’s advantage in half with a 35-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter.

Facing a three-point deficit on fourth down with 16 seconds left, Fallers sprinted into the endzone from 18 yards out to give the offense the 31-27 victory.

— MSU athletics