Campbell Cougars Football '20-'21

Sanborn falls short


KINGSTON, N.H. — Sanborn played its best football game of the season but fell short of Campbell Friday, falling 20-18.

Quarterback TJ Thornton was a standout in defeat, rushing for 113 yards and two touchdowns, the first a 60-yard gallop on the first play from scrimmage. He also scored on a 5-yard run.

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Football, 10/16/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Travis, Pelham roll over Campbell

PELHAM — Quarterback Jake Travis opened the game with an 18-yard touchdown run, running back Kevin Bodenrader rushed for a 14-yard score and Travis hit Bodenrader for a 34-yard touchdown, all before the first quarter ended, sending Pelham to a 40-0 drubbing of Campbell on Friday night.

The win was the second straight for the Pythons to open the season, outscoring opponents by a combined 82-0.

Travis got Pelham going fast on Friday, running for his TD just 1:42 into the game. Just 4:14 later, Bodenrader struck for his score, then the two connected on a passing TD with 0:18 left in the first.

Jake Herrling added an 18 yard touchdown run in the second, then in the third Ethan Demmons (12 yards) and Derek Muise (2 yards) closed out the scoring with TD runs.

Travis ran for a game-high 62 yards and was 6 of 10 throwing for 66 yards, and Demmons added 39 yards on the ground.

Pelham's defense allowed just 92 total yards, and just 39 yards rushing on 34 attempts.

"Our defense played hard and was able to notch the shutout," said Pythons coach Tom Babaian. We also made some improvements in the passing game. This was a good win, and now we have to turn our attention to a tough Trinity team (away) next week (Friday, 7 p.m.)”

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