Knights split Powder Puff; Offense surges in Game 2; Defense anchors the series

Nati was just as impressive for Southington, rushing for 170 yards in the game. Tellerico added 39 yards to the Southington attack. Once again, Dube anchored the defense (10 flags). Carissa Mirando and Mikayla Mueller had four flags apiece. Ragozzino and Labouliere scored a trio of stops. Kaycee Belanger and Ferla contributed two flags apiece.

With the victory Southington held onto their .500 record in the series, improving to 10-10-1 overall. New Britain has the best percentage at 4-1, and Cheshire fell to 6-9-1.

Kemp said that everyone was a winner.

“I think that, at the end of the day, I love this because it really does a good job of getting everybody amped up for the Thanksgiving game,” he said. “It really does. People want that game of football. We had that bye week, and everybody is craving football. It’s also good to make sure that our kids are a part of something and get to make new friends. It’s a lot of fun.”

To comment on this story or to contact sports writer John Goralski, email him at jgoralski@ southingtonobserver.com.

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