Rams rally past Souderton
ing. “He’ll be coming in on Monday saying he’s a running quarterback now. But that was a great play. That was another one of those plays that was a wrinkle where we went spread. Mike was the only back in the EDFNfiHOG, wH IDNHG DwDy, pulled the tackle and Alex ran backside and it was wiped out. Once he got into the secondary, you could tell that no one was gonna get him. He was just determined - he made two or three guys miss. That’s the best run of his career, by far.”
Krivda went on to throw a third touchdown pass to Biggam in the fourth quarter to put the game away.
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“We did Eget some big plays), and I was hoping it would be enough, but it seemed every time we got one, they countered,” Souderton coach Ed dallagher said. “vou’ve got to tip your cap to Pennridge. They really played hard. It’s a great rivalry. It really is.”
Reinhard rushed for 158 yards for the Indians, who were dealt some misfortune when Williams left the game with an injury early in the third.
CODss’ finDO WRuFKGRwn run of the night was his shortest, a one-yard burst that put Pennridge up 39-29 in the fourth, and the Big Red could not get closer.
“Class is excellent,” dal- lagher said. “For two weeks in a row, we’ve played two outstanding running backs, Eafter facing CB South’s Josh Adams last week), and the sad thing is, we’ve got to get ready for them again next year. They’re fantastic running backs. They have different styles, but they’re ERWK YHry HIfiFLHnW.”
The two will meet next week at Poppy voder, with first place at stake. An impressive Pennridge offensive line will look to open up holes, and when it can’t, Class may just make his own.
“That’s unique, because he’s not like a power back - he’s only 170 SRunGs, EuW , KDYH nHYHr seen a guy that size that tough,” Cuthbert said. “And blocking - he throws it up in there, he’s unsHOfisK. TKH NLG KDs LW DOO. HH’s a special player, and you’re always happy when you see kids that have great attitudes and are team players have that type of success. Mike epitomizes the type of player that we want to have here.”