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Written by: Kathy Leister on Friday, March 19th, 2021
The South Philadelphia Rams and Bartram Braves squared off Friday evening in a game dominated by the Braves offense. The Braves walked in, shut out the Rams, and walked away with a 44-0 win.
The first strike for the Braves came early in the first quarter when Hassane Kone scampered into the endzone for a quick 6-0 lead. Later in the first quarter, Kevin Brookins Jr took the ball into the endzone. Jahbrai Hennie was successful on the two-point conversion.
The Braves didn’t take long to score again and extend their lead even more. Braves Robinson Damien scampered into the endzone along with Jaquan Givens successfully converting on the two-point conversion. This gave the Braves a 22-0 lead going into the second quarter.
The Braves weren’t able to find the endzone again until 6:28 to go in the half when Dwayne Nelson found his way to the endzone. Kone was successful on the two-point conversion attempt pushing the lead to 30-0. The Braves would find the endzone just one last time in the half with 1:36 to go.
The Braves would find the endzone just one time in the second half that would make the final score 44-0 Braves.
The Bartram Braves will face off against Martin Luther King next Friday 3/26 at 7 p.m. For the Rams, their game against Jules E Mastbaum has been canceled for this Thursday.
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