Key touchdown runs by Colby Budgood, Alphonous Hansen,Miles Watson, 2 field goals by David Rhodes paced Delaware Military Academy in win
By David A. Willauer
Tower Hill School-Bob deGroat Field-Wilmington, DE-Friday, September 19, 2014-In a key Division II battle that took place at Tower Hill School, the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy on 2 field goals of 31 and 28 yards along with touchdown runs of 31 yards by Miles Watson (12 carries for 98 yards) Jacob Hudson’s 6 completions out of 8 attempts for 62 yards threw 2 touchdown passes of 23 yards to Mike Leonard and 15 yards to Zack Swain along with 1 touchdown run by Alphaeus Harrison of 30 yards defeated the previously undefeated Hillers of Tower Hill by a 34-14 score.
Head Football Coach Mike Ryan of Delaware Military Academy on the win: “We were excited to get a good win today as the kids that were here on our squad last season wanted this win as we lost to them which bumped our squad out of the state football tournament so we wanted that win going 3-0 and wanted redemption from last year.” “We have Miles Watson, Colby Bidgood and Al Hansen as there called The Three Headed Monsters anytime I have put them in the game we have a method to the madness that they’ve performed tonight but give credit to the offensive line along with some adversity with some of our squad members being sick Shawn Naughton was out with a shoulder injury it is good on how they battled in the second half.” “Jake Hudson is one of the toughest sophomore qb’s that I’ve ever coach he is a very approachable young man with emphasis on how to get the ball out of our hands real quick.” “Tower Hill is doing a good job at putting pressure on us but I felt that there were things that we could do to take advantage of is that we are not going to throw the ball 30 or 40 times per game Tower Hill does a good job with their offense and Kevin Waesco is a good coach and I have a great deal of respect for him we knew it was going to be a challenge they can grind them down but in order to do that we had to be very physical they didn’t score on their first team Tower Hill put points.”
The Hillers at 2-1 scored their touchdowns on Matt Smith’s 15 yard pass to Zack Swain along with Noah Thomas’s 49 yard touchdown run. Tower Hill will travel to Independent Conference rival Tatnall. Delaware Military Academy will take on Laurel at Mckean at 7:00 pm.
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