David Goodman saw the ball hit the turf and headed straight for the punter.
Shimer, who also missed most of last season with an ankle injury, rushed for 270 yards on 29 carries and was 16-of-26 for 207 yards and two touchdown passing. His touchdowns came on runs of 92 and 72 yards.
Chandler Gregory had a huge impact on the game in the closing seconds, knocking down a Saints pass and intercepting a Shimer pass in the end zone to preserve the tie. He also had a 72-yard punt early in the game.
Shiloh’s Chris Cox completed a reverse pass for a touchdown, connecting with Adler Goode on a 63-yard strike in the second quarter.
Siloam Springs quarterback Chris Lampton was 26-of-40 for 269 yards and four touchdowns.
Shiloh Christian will host Broken Bow, Okla., at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 in Champions Stadium. It is the Saints’ only home nonconference game. Siloam Springs travels to Russellville.
Shiloh 7 14 14 0 — 35
Siloam Springs 0 7 7 21 — 35
Shiloh — Shimer 92 run (Hale kick), 3:42.
Siloam — Hughes 10 pass from Lampton (Vazquez kick), 9:17.
Shiloh — Goode 22 pass from Shimer (Hale kick), 7:48.
Shiloh — Goode 63 pass from Cox (Hale kick), 5:18.
Shiloh — Shimer 72 run (Hale kick), 9:20.
Siloam — Gregory 30 pass from Lampton (Vazquez kick), 8:15.
Shiloh — Plunkett 52 pass from Shimer (Hale kick), 7:21.
Siloam — Goodman 8 pass from Lampton (Vazquez kick), 8:01.
Siloam — Baldwin 10 pass from Lampton (Vazquez kick), 1:40.
Siloam — Baldwin 48 punt return (Vazquez kick), :36.
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