GYPSUM — Southeast of Saline had its 11-game winning streak against league opponents come to an end Friday night, falling 28-27 to Russell in a game played at Southeast High School.

It was the first loss for the Trojans against a North Central Activities Association school since the 2014 season. Southeast is now 1-2 on the season, 1-1 in league play. Russell improved to 2-1, 2-1.

Russell led 21-19 to start the fourth quarter and made it a two-score lead when quarterback Austin Price scored on a 2-yard run with nearly five minutes remaining in the game. Garrett Ewers, who was 4 for 4 on extra point kicks, made it 28-19.

Southeast was able to make it close when Hunter White scored his fourth rushing touchdown of the game with 1:15 remaining in the game. A two-point conversion run by Damon Douglas accounted for the game’s final points, but the Trojans were unable to recover an onside kick attempt and Russell ran out the clock.

Southeast took a 13-0 lead in the first quarter on a pair of White touchdown runs. Russell went in front in the second quarter on a Rhett Pospichal touchdown run and a 25-yard Travis Tammen fumble return for a score.

White added a third touchdown run late in the half to make it 19-14 at halftime. The Broncos regained the lead on a Isaac Guzman 12-yard touchdown run for the only scoring in the third quarter.

Tammen’s fumble return was one of four Southeast turnovers. The Broncos, who ended a nine-game losing streak to the Trojans, did not have a turnover.

“It’s hard to recover from four turnovers in a close ball game,” Southeast coach Mitch Gebhardt said.

White finished with 228 yards rushing for Southeast and threw for another 91 yards. Price had 103 yards rushing for Russell.