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York Suburban Triumphs 27-18 Over Gettysburg

Written by: on Sunday, October 18th, 2020. Follow Bruce Badgley on Twitter.


GETTYSBURG – An undefeated Gettysburg Warrior squad hosted a reeling York Suburban team  Saturday night.  The Trojans came in losers of consecutive games and looking for an identity.  York Suburban exited this game brimming with confidence.  The confidence came from a solid total team effort in a 27-18 win over Gettysburg.

Trojans Quarterback Junior Cam Brewer had a stellar game.  Cam directed a potent passing attack with three TD passes and ran the ball effectively all night long.  Wide Receiver, Sophomore Kenny Johnson, hauled in two of the TDs and was the primary target for Brewer all night.

“The kids played great tonight,” said YS Head Coach Andy Louks. “The kids made it a point that they were going to give it everything they had tonight.” “Every win is super fun,” said Cam Brewer.  “We lost our last two games and somebody had to bring some excitement to the table.”  Kenny Johnson said, “It was all about making a play when the ball was in the air tonight.”

Gettysburg controlled most of quarter one, but only led 3-0

YS answered quickly with a bomb from Brewer to Johnson to take a 6-3 lead.  Gettysburg came back quickly with a good drive of their own, finished by a Jeremiah Scott TD run for a 10-6 margin.

And off we went in quarter two.  It was 33 yards this time from Newton  to Johnson and a 13-10 lead for the Trojans

And here came Gettysburg.  A nice gab by Ruger  Pennington set up a QB Baddock TD dive and we were off…

Gettysburg’s only second-half points were on a punt block.

The momentum shift did not seem to bother YS.  The Trojans went right down the field.

Defenses ruled the final quartet and the York Suburban Trojans came away with the win over powerhouse Gettysburg.


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