Monday, August 31, 2015

Football: Moorestown stuns Camden Catholic

Tyreek Robinson ran for one score and returned an interception for another touchdown as Moorestown stunned Camden Catholic by 30-14 on Friday night.

Football: Moorestown stuns Camden Catholic

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Moorestown´s Sidney Ruffin runs the ball in the third quarter. He´s trailed by Camden Catholic´s Nick Tretina. (Photo credit: Curt Hudson)
Moorestown's Sidney Ruffin runs the ball in the third quarter. He's trailed by Camden Catholic's Nick Tretina. (Photo credit: Curt Hudson)
Moorestown's Tyreek Robinson Video: Moorestown's Tyreek Robinson

Tyreek Robinson ran for one score and returned an interception for another touchdown as Moorestown stunned Camden Catholic by 30-14 on Friday night.

Robinson, a junior QB/DB, scored on a 62 run and 57 INT return as No. 7 Moorestown made big play after big play against No. 2 Camden Catholic.

Sid Ruffin returned a kickoff 78 yards for a TD and Anthony Bonett took back a punt 65 yards for another TD for Moorestown (3-0).

Jarred Alwan ran for both TD for CC (2-1). The Irish were hurt by numerous penalties and also couldn't contain the Quakers on special teams.

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Robinson continued his emergence as one of the biggest surprises of the season. A wide receiver in camp, he became a quarterback only because Drew Pederson went down with a broken ankle.

But he's led the Quakers to wins over Seneca, then-No. 6 Delsea and No. 2 CC. He ran for 106 yards Friday night and was 5for-8 passing for another 50 yards.

"We shocked the world," Robinson said.

-- Phil Anastasia

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Born and raised in South Jersey, Phil Anastasia prefers standing on the sidelines at high school football games on Friday nights to sitting in the press box at Eagles games on Sunday afternoons. He’s a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in English. Reach Phil at panastasia@phillynews.com.

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