WOOSTER -- The Triway Titans remained undefeated in Principals Athletic Conference play with a come-from-behind victory over visiting Indian Valley High on Friday.

Triway trailed by 13 points entering the final quarter, but scored twice including a two-point conversion run by Parker Carmichael with just over a minute to play to emerge victorious, 35-34.

The Braves will have a hard time erasing the images of Carmichael from their minds, as the Triway signal-caller completed 19-of-31 pass attempts for 291 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 75 yards and three scores on 13 carries. He also accounted for a pair of two-point conversions.

Triway (6-2, 5-0 PAC-8) trailed by as many as 14 points at the start of the second half.

After scoring 28 points in the first two quarters, Indian Valley (6-2, 3-2 PAC-8) scored just six in the final 24 minutes.

Indian Valley's Brady Byers opened the scoring with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Ross Love. Konner Cool added the point-after conversion for a 7-0 lead at the Titans faithful were still finding their seats.

Carmichael cut the deficit to a single point, 7-6, on a five-yard run, but the point-after kick by Timmy Ritchey failed.

Byers increased the lead to 14-6 with an 80-yard run followed by Cool's second point-after of the game.

The Braves built their biggest lead of the night, 21-6, when Jake Davis scored on a one-yard run in the second frame and Cool's foot was true for the point-after kick.

The hosts cut the deficit to 21-14 before the half on a 70-yard scoring pass from Carmichael to Dillon Kopp and Carmichael's first two-point conversion.

Unfortunately for the hosts, Indian Valley answered with an 11-yard run by Davis and a Cool kick for a 28-14 lead at the half.

Carmichael started the rally in the third frame on a five-yard touchdown run.

Davis scored his third TD late in the third quarter but the point-after kick was blocked, leaving the visitors with a 34-21 lead.

A one-yard run by Carmichael cut the deficit to eight points and it remained that way when the point-after kick attempt failed.

After the Braves were unable to answer the score, Triway stole the victory on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Carmichael to Kopp and the two-point run by Carmichael with approximately 1:20 on the game clock.

As a team, Triway rushed for 123 yards on 17 carries while completing 19-of-31 pass attempts for 291 yards. The Braves rushed for 290 yards on 54 carries and completed 6-of-10 pass attempts for 107 yards.

Davis paced the Braves with 167 yards on 29 carries while Byers added 18 carries for 111 yards and Logan Ryan chipped in seven yards on six totes.

Byers completed 6-of-9 pass attempts and Davis threw an interception in his one pass attempt.

Ryan was the leading receiver for Indian Valley with two catches for 40 yards while Love tallied the 24-yard TD pass and Brady Cotsmire snagged one catch for 34 yards. Kopp paced Triway with four catches for 138 yards.

Triway turned the ball over four times -- two interceptions and two lost fumbles -- while Indian Valley committed just one turnover. Love and Brock Weber each tallied an interception for the visitors.

The Braves were whistled for nine penalties totaling 62 yards while the hosts were flagged just six times for 45 yards.

NEXT--Indian Valley entertains Navarre Fairless on Friday at 7 p.m.