Scott, ground game key Havelock victory

Published: Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 08:08 PM.

“We weren’t able to get in a rhythm because we never really had the football,” he said. “In the second half, the defense did a good job getting us the ball, and we were able to get into a rhythm.”

He said the offensive line takes pride in blocking for Scott, who is being recruited by most major college football programs.

“One day, he’ll be playing in the big time, and I’m going to be able to say I played with that guy,” Richards said.

Scott, just a junior, knows winning a third consecutive state championship won’t be easy, but he said the Rams would certainly try.

“We look good. We’re just going to be a little young, but we can do it,” he said. “It’s about practice and effort, and we have to work hard in the offseason like we did this year. It’s possible.”  



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