SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The Vikings football team is off to a good start, dominating its first two games of the season.
After opening the season with a 35-6 win over rival Old Bridge on the road Sept. 8, the Vikings brought plenty of offense home Friday night, dominating the New Brunswick Zebras 35-7.
It was a well distributed scoring attack that featured contributions from Thomas Joe-Kamara (two touchdowns), and Javon Palmer, Felix Quinones, and Dylan Kriz.
Kamara scored on rushes of 19 and four yards.
Palmer scored on a 20-yard carry while Quinones ran it into the end zone from the 28-yard line.
New Brunswick’s Daze Hicks scored the lone touchdown for the visiting Zebras.
Head Coach Joe Goerge praised the work of his entire team, boasting at the end of the contest about the excellent effort that the entire team worked for during the days preceding the contest.
Penn State Head Coach James Franklin attended the game to view his future star recruit, Justin Shorter, compete in the contest.
Franklin, who left the game with a few minutes remaining, said he was impressed with the Vikings performance.
The Vikings next play the division powerhouse Piscataway Chiefs on the road, next Friday.
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