Following an impressive victory over Rhodes a week ago, Hendrix looked to continue its winning ways with the final contest of the 2018 season taking place Saturday at Millsaps.
After Millsaps struck first on its opening possession, Hendrix tied the game up just a few minutes later at 7-7.
Trailing 14-7, the Warriors landed a 13-0 run to take a commanding 21-14 lead with just over 13 minutes left in regulation.
The Majors scored the last 14 points in 96 seconds with over 10 minutes to go.
After a big blocked punt by freshman Austin O'Brien with a pair of minutes left, Hendrix was unable to capitalize on the great field possession; falling to Millsaps 28-21.
Hendrix concludes the 2018 season with a 2-8 overall mark and a 1-7 record in Southern Athletic Association play.
Following a Majors touchdown on its opening possession, freshman dual threat quarterback Deondre Henry scrambled five yards into the end zone right after a 55-yard pass from junior quarterback Mason Doerr to senior receiver Michael Spainhour.
The score tied the game up at seven-all just 5:28 into the game.
After a 20-yard pass and score from Millsaps, senior kicker Sandy Burks nailed a 33-yard field goal as the first quarter expired to bring Hendrix within four at 10-14.
Following the successful try, Burks recorded his 11th field goal of the season; one off of the season record of 12 (Steve Crenshaw).
Just under five minutes later, Burks was successful again, this time from 24 yards out.
Sophomore running back Kip Vanhoose netted a 54-yard rush just over 90 seconds into the fourth as the Warriors raced out to a 21-14 lead.
Millsaps recorded the two last touchdowns of the game to hang on to a 28-21 victory in the last game of the season for both programs.
Doerr completed two passes on eight attempts for 83 passing yards while Henry was 3-for-6 for 11 yards.
Spainhour netted 62 receiving yards on two catches while Vanhoose explored for 29 yards on a pair of catches as well.
The sophomore in Vanhoose added a season-best 168 yards on the ground on 19 carries and a score.
Henry added a score on ground in the opening quarter, finishing with 57 rushing yards on 14 attempts while O'Brien tallied 41 on five rushes.
Junior Cory McGonigal and freshman Tanner Hartsfield led the way, defensively, for Hendrix on Saturday with seven tackles each.
Freshman Matthew Scirto produced six tackles including three unassisted ones while three freshmen tallied five each and four solo ones (Daniel Packard, Jacob Bremmon, Anthony Johnson).
Following the blocked punt by O'Brien late in regulation, Johnson managed to recover for Hendrix.
In his last collegiate game, senior Collin Mayer recorded one forced fumble and a tackle as well.
As a unit, Hendrix recorded 59 team tackles to the Majors' 54.
Of those 59, 43 were solo ones and Hendrix also tallied a pair for tackles for loss on the day.
After going 2 for 2 on the day, Burks tied Steve Crenshaw's record of 12 makes for the 2018 season and also set the new record for highest field goal percentage mark on the season (.857; 12-of-14).
In addition to a pair of field goal makes, Burks was also successful on a PAT.
Senior Garrett Wolf recorded five punts for a combined 186 yards (37.2 average).
In addition to causing two fair catches, Wolf's long on the day was a 49-yard one against the Majors.
This concludes the Warriors' 2018 season.