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It was all Randolph as they routed Morris Knolls 29-6. The Rams handled the Golden Eagles by stellar player by Jacob Flowers and Anthony Sofia.

In the early stages of the game, each team was testing the air but neither could break the seal for one big play. The first quarter ended in a tie 0-0. Just as it seemed that Morris Knolls was going to punch in a score to get things started, a costly fumble was picked up by the Rams Jacob Flowers for an 85-yard defensive touchdown.

As the game progressed, the Eagles were within inches and seconds from busting a big play wide open. The workhorse for the Eagles, Connor Chegwidden was displaying his special talent for lowering his head and gaining meaningful yardage. Unfortunately, the Eagles drive stalled on a missed field goal.

The entire Rams team was on their game, calling out an onside kick from the Eagles before it even happened, showing there was not much that was going to catch them off guard. After regaining the ball, the Rams began their two minute drill to punch in one more score before the half. Quarterback Anthony Sofia hit McDermott in the end-zone, making the score 21-0.

Later in the game, the Eagles were able to get on the board as quarterback Connor Chegwidden punched it in from a yard out, making it his second consecutive game with a touchdown. The Rams continued to go full throttle scoring once more, and essentially putting salt in the wound when they successfully converted a two point conversion.

Randolph 0 0 0 0 29
Morris Knolls 0 0 0 0 6

Justin Rasp is a junior intern from Morris Knolls HS. He's ad avid sports fan who aspires to work in sports journalism.

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