Morris senior Brad Rickard had a pretty quiet day on Friday night in the football game against Geneseo, at least by his standards. All he did was make seven tackles from his safety position and catch one pass for 10 yards as a receiver in the 43-0 win by the Redskins.
However, Rickard made a name for himself by making a huge play in games against Minooka and Oak Lawn Richards. In the game against the Indians, Rickard ran down quarterback Joe Carnagio when it looked like Minooka was going to get a sure touchdown. Against the Bulldogs, Rickard had the game-clinching interception with 10 seconds remaining.
"He's a senior that plays with a lot of heart and we've been really happy with what we've seen out of him so far," Morris coach Alan Thorson said.
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