Bridgeton High School football running back Mike Cisrow scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to give the host Bulldogs a 26-13 win over visiting Buena Regional on Friday night in a Cape-Atlantic League National Conference game. Cisrow rushed for 246 yards on 33 carries.

The score was tied at 13-13 at halftime and through the third quarter before two runs by Cisrow for TDs of 15 and 19 yards.

Also for Bridgeton (2-1), Jae DeShields caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tamar Jackson in the first quarter. Jackson also scored on a 9-yard run in the second period.

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DeShields, a wide receiver/defensive back/kicker, was playing defense in the second quarter and came down hard on his helmet after an incomplete pass. He walked off the field but didn't return to the game. Bulldogs lineman Sam Bell also left the game in the second period with a leg injury.

Buena quarterback Donetae McKinnon opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 72-yard run. The Chiefs (1-1) tied it at 13-13 in the second period as McKinnon hit wide receiver Tyler Hillgrube with a 21-yard touchdown pass, and kicker Sawyer Brown added the point.

McKinnon also was injured in the third quarter. The details were not known at presstime.

Also for Bridgeton, Kevin Bunton rushed 11 times for 49 yards. Teammate Rashaun Smith intercepted a pass.

Buena 6 7 0 0 - 13

Bridgeton 7 6 0 13 - 26


BU-McKinnon 72 run (kick failed)

BR-DeShields 4 pass from Tamar Jackson (DeShields kick)


BR-Jackson 9 run (kick failed)

BU-Hillgrube 21 pass from McKinnon (Sawyer Brown kick)


BR-Mike Cisrow 15 run (kick failed) end run

BR-Mike Cisrow 19 run (Tamar Jackson kick) end run

RECORDS - Bridgeton 2-1; Buena 1-1.

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