Warriors dominate Trinity to win their 6th straight
Written by: John Robbins on Saturday, October 13th, 2018
The Penn-Trafford Warriors did not slow down because of the cold and Trinity. It only took the Warriors 2 minutes and 55 seconds to score when junior Gabe Dunlap ran into the endzone. Penn-Trafford would score again in the first quarter with a jet sweep by senior wide receiver Dimitri George. The Warriors would be able to score one final time in the first quarter when Dunlap connected with junior wide receiver Noah Allen. The point after attempt would be missed putting the Warriors up 20-0 at the end of the first.
The Trinity Hillers’ defense would be able to hold Penn-Trafford for the majority of the second quarter. However, the Warriors’ junior running back Caleb Lisbon broke off an impressive run which ended with him diving into the endzone for the touchdown. Dunlap would run it to get the two-point conversion to the score 28-0. Penn-Trafford would score two minutes later when junior running back Sam Fanelli ran the ball 36 yards to put the Warriors up 35-0 at the half.
Trinity would once again hold Penn-Trafford for the majority of a quarter. Then, the Warriors’ sophomore all-purpose player Ethan Carr would take it in for the touchdown to make the score 42-0 at the end of the third.
During the fourth quarter, Penn-Trafford’s stout defense would let up a touchdown from the Hillers’ sophomore quarterback Kaden Kolson, who would run it in for the touchdown. The point after attempt would be missed making the final score 42-6. The Penn-Trafford Warriors will play at home against Hampton next week. The Trinity Hillers play at Knoch next week.
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