The College of the Sequoias football team held onto a narrow 40-35 victory over Diablo Valley on Saturday night at the Mineral King Bowl.
It looked as if Sequoias would coast to victory after going into halftime with a 27-7 lead.
The Vikings and quarterback Matt Vitale engineered a 14 point third quarter, cutting the Giants' lead to just six.
The duo hooked up for a combined three touchdowns, with the most important score coming with 2:54 left in the fourth quarter. LeForge connected with Adams on a 52-yard go-ahead touchdown, giving Sequoias a 40-35 lead.
Diablo Valley drove down to Sequoias 13-yard line with less than a minute remaining. The Vikings had four plays to win the game, but with their backs against their own goal line, the Giants defense held strong to force a turnover on downs.
LeForge finished 17-of-28, with 312 yards, and four touchdowns. Adams broke out for 240 yards and three touchdowns, on six catches. COS running back Andrew Azua for 71-yards on 18 carries.
On the other side of the ball for the Giants, Jailyn Mays and Preveon Alexander finished tied with a team-high five tackles. Frank Ngalamulume and Ricky Scott each caught an interception on the night.
Next up for the Giants is a road trip to Rocklin to play Sierra College. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. in Northern California.