Written By Logan Alexander and Michael Seth-The UPIKE football team shattered two school records and tied a third in a compelling 70-21 win over the Knights of KCU Saturday, Sept. 16. The game was close early when the Bears struck for two quick touchdowns. The Knights responded and put up 7 points of their own. “It was the best we’ve looked all year,” Justin Lamb, co-offensive coordinator, said “I thought we dominated out their man in every phase mentally, physically, everything, we won it,” Casey McClean, senior defensive tackle, said The 70 points UPIKE scored are the most single-game points in the program’s history. Senior cornerback Romon Morris stole the show intercepting three passes tying program a record. He snatched another record as he took one of his interceptions 100 yards for a touchdown. “I feel like our offense finally came together, and it gave our defense a new found confidence, and we played as a complete team, and I thought that made the complete difference in the game,” junior cornerback, Nathan Pray, said. The Bears will be back in action Friday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. against Ave Maria at Hambley stadium.
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