Ia palle looks strong against Far­rell

The Ambler Gazette - - OPINION - By An­drew Marcus

The ia palle football team was not go­ing to make a 90-minute drive to Rut­gers Univer­sity on Fri­day a worth­less trip. The last thing they wanted to do was get back on the bus af­ter its game against Mon­signor Far­rell and have the trip back home feel much longer be­cause of a failed at­tempt to go 2-0 on the sea­son.

7KH ExSORUHUs WRRN WKH fiHOd IRFusHd Dnd dLd nRW give the iions out of ptaten Is­landI Nv a chance to enMRy WKH unLTuH HxSHULHnFH RI open­ing their sea­son at eigh Point po­lu­tions pta­dium against an out-of-state chal­lenger.

7KH ExSORUHUs HxKLbLWHd why the ma­jor­ity of the me­dia have them ranked as one of the top teams in Penn­syl­va­nia. Af­ter a quarWHU, WKH ExSORUHUs OHd 21-0 and cruised to a 3T-20 vic­tory.

pe­nior quar­ter­back Chris Kane was in con­trol for the sec­ond con­sec­u­tive week and com­pleted 13 of his 19 passes for 205 yards and four touch­downs. Af­ter two games Kane has 491 yardsI seven touch­downs and zero in­ter­cep­tions.

Kane is not click­ing aloneI thoughI as his re­ceivers have helped by show­ing off their sWHDdy KDnds. 7KH ExSORUHUs KDd fiYH dLIIHUHnW UHFHLYers catch a pass against the iionsI led by se­nior pean Cole­man’s three grabs for U4 yards. Cole­man and Kane con­nected on two 3U-yard touch­down passes win.

With a 3T-T lead at the KDOI, WKH ExSORUHUs ZHnW WR the ground at­tack to seal the win. They had eight dif­fer­ent ball­car­ri­ersI led by Ryan BradyI who had eight car­ries IRU 47 yDUds. 7KH ExSORUHUs to­taled 142 rush­ing yards. iuck­ily for the iions the bus ride back to ptaten Is­land was only 30 min­utes.

7KH ExSORUHUs ZLOO ORRN to im­prove to 3-0 on patur­day against Car­di­nal l’eara. No 90 minute bus trip re­quired.

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