The Bethlehem Christian Academy football team rebounded from a slow start against Monsignor Donovan last Friday to end up cruising to a 45-6 victory.
After BCA turned the football over on its initial possession, the visiting Rams quickly moved down the field for a 6-0 lead. That would be all the wake-up call the Knights would need as they would score the next 45 points.
“It was a good night for us,” said BCA coach Lance Fendley. “Monsignor Donovan is an explosive team that showed their muscle early in the game. However, it was a credit to our coaching staff and players in the way we responded. We went back to playing a physical brand of football.”
There were several offensive standouts for the Knights. Matthew Kamm rushed for 67 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries while Tanner Schwebel added 50 yards and a score on 11 rushed. Chris Ratterree finished with 31 yards on the ground while Ethan Torbett had 41 on five attempts. Josh Farr finished with 15 yards on five carries.
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