The Chiefs dropped a heart-breaker 34-22 in front of a home crowd Friday night.
Despite the strong start, R.A. Hubbard struggled to get anything going in the second half.
Their first two scores came in the first quarter on a 2-yard run from Montoya Kellogg and a 22-yard reception from Derrick Wiggins to Tyrus Johnson. Wiggins was successful on both 2-point conversions.
Demetris Bean intercepted a Sheffield pass late in the fourth quarter and returned it 94 yards for the touchdown.
Offensively, Todd Perkins led the Chiefs with 11 carries for 87 yards. Meanwhile, on defense, Journey Beck recorded eight solo tackles for a loss of 12 yards on the night.
R.A. Hubbard makes the long trek to Gaylesville on Friday.