Morris sets school record in playoff win over Urbana
While Urbana High School made football history for the first time last week when the Tigers won their first playoff game ever, the Morris Redskins football team made a little history of its own on Saturday night.
Getting 317 yards rushing from running back Reese Sobol, the locals ran wild in the Class 5A second-round playoff game against the Tigers, racking up a record total for points in a playoff game in a 65-20 win. The previous total for playoff points scored by the Redskins came back in 1994 when they defeated Westinghouse 59-0 and the 65 point total is the most by Morris in a playoff game since a 53-6 win over Springfield Lanphier in 2004.
"I expected us to win coming in. I knew what our offense can do and I thought we'd take care of things the way we did," Sobol said after the game. "The 65 points is a surprise, but once we got going, we felt we could score every time we had the ball."
If you have any technical difficulties, either with your username and password or with the payment options, please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com