Morris beats Washington in OT
WASHINGTON — Trailing Washington by a score of 21-7 late in the third quarter, the Morris Redskins looked like they were down and out. However, the Redskins came back, scoring twice in 47 seconds and forcing overtime before besting the Panthers by a score of 28-27.
Morris started off slow offensively going three and out on their first series and then turning the ball over to the Panthers on the Morris 12 in their second possession. Washington capitalized on the second play of the drive when senior quarterback Luke Ludolph hit junior wide receiver Hayden Bodine on a 10 yard scoring strike. The missed extra point made it 6-0 Washington.
Morris answered with a scoring drive of their own, going 63 yards on 13 plays. The drive was capped on a five yard touchdown run by Reese Sobol, and Fernando Del Toro’s extra point gave Morris a 7-6 lead.
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