It was a battle at times, but the Bethlehem Christian Academy football team managed to hold off John Hancock Academy 44-20 Friday in GISA Region 1-A action.
Mitchell Kamm rushed for 221 yards on 16 carries with three scores to help lead the Knight offensive attack. In six games, Kamm has already surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for BCA on just 99 carries.
“Take nothing away from John Hancock,” Knights coach Lance Fendley said. “They were a lot better this year and we weren’t quite as sharp as we needed to be. They have a big fullback who plows over people.”