Morris spoils Sycamore homecoming
SYCAMORE — The Morris Redskins football team was trying to play spoiler on Friday night as they traveled to Sycamore to play the Spartans on their homecoming. However, Sycamore literally brought out the big guns as the Spartans tried to notch their first Northern Illinois Big 12 East victory of the season.
Morris forced a Sycamore turnover on downs on the game’s first possession, and Morris jumped out to an early 7-0 lead when senior fullback Collin Grogan capped a six play 61 yard drive with a two-yard touchdown plunge. The Redskins ate up the majority of their yardage on the drive when quarterback Zach Cinnamon found wide receiver Anthonee Monson on a rocket screen that Monson turned into a big 48 yard gain.
However, that would be the extent of the scoring in the first half. Morris held the Spartans to just 81 yards of total offense for the half, and intercepted senior quarterback Devin Mottet two times. Unfortunately that never translated into points for the Redskins.
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