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Spotswood Wins Fourth Straight On The Gridiron Defeating Bishop Ahr

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EDISON, NJ - Another Friday night lights game provided the Spotswood High School football team with their fourth victory in a row, defeating Bishop Ahr High School, 30-6. After dropping their first three games of the season, head coach Andy Cammarano put senior Chance Fee into the quarterback position against Dunellen High School. Fee was the third quarterback of the day in that game and was the difference maker that helped give Spotswood a 'w' in the win column. Since then, the Chargers have been on a roll with Fee keeping the reins at quarterback.

Fee continued to lead the Chargers offense, opening up the scoring yesterday after rushing for a touchdown in the first quarter. Tom Conahan kicked a 32-yard field goal to give Spotswood a 10-0 lead by the end of the first quarter.

Nick Vincelli crossed the goal line on a one-yard rush to put another TD on the scoreboard in the second quarter. A botched punt attempt by the Trojans would give the Chargers excellent field position. Vincelli then scored his second touchdown of the night from the one yard line, giving Spotswood a commanding 24-0 lead by the half.

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Fee scored his second touchdown of the game on a long run in the third quarter. His touchdown run would prove to be the final points for the Chargers. The fourth quarter was scoreless for both teams until Bishop Ahr crossed the goal line in the final minutes of the game, scoring from the one-yard line on the fourth down. The Spotswood defense blocked the extra point, holding the Trojans to only six points on the night.

Spotswood will take on Raritan High School on Saturday, October 28 for their annual homecoming game. Kickoff is 1 p.m. at the Spotswood High School Football Stadium.

Raritan is 2-4 on the season. The Rockets won their last game on October 13 against Matawan-Aberdeen High School, 31-22.

 

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