COMING UP SHORT: East Fairmont’s football team was poised to make a statement against No. 5 Bridgeport Friday. Drew Jenkins just punched in from 2 yards out to knot the game at 14-all with just over 30 seconds left on the clock. The game was headed to overtime, and the referee signaled that the Indians would be on offense first. Only moments later the officials, who had already has a few calls disputed by East, said Bridgeport was on defense and hurried the Bee offense onto the field. And that’s where things fell apart. East fumbled on the first play of overtime, giving the ball to the Indians. Bridgeport took four plays to reach the end zone on a Wes Tonkery 9-yard run to stay undefeated with a 20-14 win.