Thursday, July 2, 2015

Bartram tops Central to advance in Public AAAA football

In the Public League AAAA quarterfiansl, Bartram got off to a good start, thanks to Al-Hajj Shabazz, in a 21-7 quarterfinal playoff football win over Central on Friday. Shabazz scored on runs of 5 and 1 yards in the first half, and Brandon Jones put the game away with a 70-yard run in the fourth quarter after the Lancers (6-2) had closed to within a touchdown. The Maroon Wave (7-2) led, 14-0, at the half. The Lancers had their sights set on a league title after a remarkable turnaround under first-year coach Rich Drayton. Last year, Central suffered its first winless season since 1940. The Lancers still have two games left in the regular season.

Bartram tops Central to advance in Public AAAA football

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In the Public League AAAA quarterfiansl, Bartram got off to a good start, thanks to Al-Hajj Shabazz, in a 21-7 quarterfinal playoff football win over Central on Friday.

Shabazz scored on runs of 5 and 1 yards in the first half, and Brandon Jones put the game away with a 70-yard run in the fourth quarter after the Lancers (6-2) had closed to within a touchdown.

The Maroon Wave (7-2) led, 14-0, at the half.

The Lancers had their sights set on a league title after a remarkable turnaround under first-year coach Rich Drayton. Last year, Central suffered its first winless season since 1940.
The Lancers still have two games left in the regular season.

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