Chicopee Comp's win in the Division IV Western Mass Title game was about as dramatic as they come. The Colts upended the undefeated Agawam Brownies and now set their sights on a run at the State Title. However, they're by no means an underdog.
The Colts feature one of the region's best passing offenses, behind quarterback Trevor Johnson. But it was Cam Kagan and Dave Pedraza connected for the game-winning touchdown pass that earned them a last-minute victory over Agawam.
Most of their touchdowns this season, however, have come in a more conventional fashion. Johnson has thrown for nearly 2,200 yards and 28 touchdowns in the Colts fast-paced offense under first-year head coach Tony Couture.
"I think it keeps defenses on their heels," Couture said after Friday's practice. "They have no idea where people are gonna be."
They hope this fast-paced style will carry them past Grafton, who they face in Leominster at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Watch the video above for a preview and tune in to Western Mass News Eleven at 11 to see the final score from the semi-final round.