To watch the full game, scroll to the bottom of this story.

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WKBN) – It’s hard to find where to begin in what was one of the wildest games ever broadcast in the history of the ‘Game of the Week’.

A 21-point comeback, multiple 50+ yard touchdowns, multiple scores in the final minute and a star-studded performance from Sharpsville quarterback Caullin Summers who finished the night with seven touchdown passes all contributed to a 49-42 Sharpsville win over Wilmington Friday night.

Dalton Byerly contributed four touchdown receptions, two of them over fifty yards and another likely to headline this week’s ‘Plays of the Week’, and also added the game-sealing interception in the final moments of the game.

The game was all Sharpsville right off the bat with the Blue Devils jumping out a 21-0 lead with Summers and Bylerly connecting on multiple 50+ yard touchdowns and then Summers finding Jaiden White with a 40+ yard score.

Facing a three-touchdown deficit, Ben Miller got Wilmington on the board with an 80-yard touchdown run of his own.

The Blue Devils led 28-14 following scores from Buddah Book (Wilmington) and Summers’ 4th touchdown, a 37-yard score to Kyle Vigotty.

Book and Miller both got their second scores of the night in the third quarter to tie the game, 28-28.

The teams would trade scores heading into the 4th quarter and after a failed extra-point attempt from Wilmington, Sharpsville headed into the final frame with a 35-34 lead.

Byerly’s fourth touchdown of the game was a highlight-reel score and put the Blue Devils ahead by seven with just over four minutes remaining in the game. Sharpsville went for two to try and get a two-possession lead but failed.

Trailing by a touchdown with 46 seconds left in the game, Book ran in a quarterback sneak to pull within a point. Having trailed the entire game, Wilmington decided to try and go for the win and Miller converted a two-point conversion to give the Greyhounds their first lead.

But the game wasn’t over yet.

After a solid return on the ensuing kickoff, Summers pump faked and connected on a 60-yard bomb to Aiden Puskar to retake the lead, 49-42, after a successful two-point conversion.

Wilmington attempted a comeback in the final seconds but Byerly picked off a tipped pass and ran out the clock before eventually taking a knee.

Sharpsville (1-0) will host Titusville next week. Wilmington (0-1) will visit Greenville.

Get updated high school football scores throughout the season on the WKBN scores page.

Track the latest conference battles on the WKBN high school football standings page.

You can also watch interviews and get player profiles from some of the best players in the Valley by visiting the WKBN Big 22 page.