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“We were going into halftime, we knew that we were up, but it wasn’t good enough,” he said. “Coach (EG GDOODJKHr) JDvH uV WKDW speech and he was just like we have to come out here fast. We get the ball, let’s do something with it.”
Williams took that train of thought and literally ran with it. Three plays into the third quarter, the Indians’ senior halfback found a seam after cutting back to the left and raced to the end zone from 60 yDrGV RuW.
“When I got the ball, I just saw a cutback lane,” Williams said. “My line was doing a great job of blockinJ. AnG , IRunG JrHHn DnG I went for the touchdown.”
The score was one of the four Souderton had on the ground Friday night as it opened Suburban One LHDJuH CRnWinHnWDO CRnIHrHnFH SODy ZiWK 28-17 viFWRry over the visiting Bucks.
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“We didn’t quite get ourselves into sync. We didn’t quite get to where we needed to get to to get ourselves into sync,” Hensel said. “There’s some things that we’re going to address that we’re going have to have answers for.
“I’ve got to give Souderton credit for a great game plan.”
Jarrett Reinhard and Dan Knight both ran for a touchdown, while Kyle Wenger had two interceptions and FDuJKW IRur SDVVHV IRr 76 yards for Souderton, which ZRn iWV VHFRnG VWrDiJKW. LDVW week, the Indians snapped a three-game losing streak WR NHVKDPiny ZiWK Dn 18-7 win.
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Souderton’s Jon Horton races past Central Bucks West defenders during Friday’s Suburban One Continental Conference action.
Souderton’s Anthony Williams carries the ball during Friday’s Suburban One Continental Conference game against Central Bucks West.
Souderton receiver Kyle Wenger is brought down during Friday’s game against Central Bucks West.