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Topic - Trey Miller
Raquon Davenport scored 15 points to pace four Newberry players in double figures and Newberry erased the disappointment of two straight losses in the Class 2A boys championship games with a 77-47 dismantling of Lake Marion on Saturday afternoon at the Colonial Life Arena.
Everything was going according to plan in the fourth quarter Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Plebe quarterback Keenan Reynolds had racked up 268 total yards and three touchdowns. The Midshipmen were up 24-10 against Florida Atlantic. Bowl eligibility was all but guaranteed. Then Reynolds' left elbow was bent awkwardly on a tackle near midfield. He played out the rest of the game and guided Navy to a 24-17 win.
Maryland's quarterback options were whittled further Thursday when the school announced sophomore Devin Burns suffered a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, leaving true freshman Caleb Rowe as the only remaining scholarship option.
Keenan Reynolds visited a few Navy spring practices earlier this year, an early glimpse of what was soon to come.
Another wild overtime finish in the Navy-Air Force rivalry. Only, this time, the Midshipmen came out on top in their quest to regain the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
The aftermath of Navy's latest loss included three injured starters, two more turnovers and one murky quarterback situation.
Navy Midshipmen lead disciplined lives. They wake up promptly at 0530 every morning and go through each day exactly according to schedule. Even touchdowns on the football field are celebrated by pushups behind the end zone.
As the first quarter drew to a close Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo knew he had a decision to make.
From first downs to time of possession, Navy had the edge on Penn State in many key offensive categories.
Shawn Lynch dutifully moved from wide receiver to safety after his freshman season at Navy.
Notre Dame scored touchdowns on its first three possessions and defensive end Stephon Tuitt returned a fumble 77 yards for another TD as the Fighting Irish routed Navy 50-10 in Saturday's season opener in Ireland.
Navy's trans-Atlantic trip started with a hiccup, the first of many distractions the Midshipmen will have to fend off this weekend as they prepare to open their season against Notre Dame on Saturday.
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Navy's first day in full pads this month brought an unexpected surprise for safety Tra'ves Bush.
Besides a few plays here and there in high school, Navy's Travis Bridges had virtually no experience on defense.
"I just feel like I can't catch a break, but it's still all on me," Miller said. "I get the offense going and when I have turnovers, it just hurts the team."
"I still don't think I played really good," he said. "We had too many turnovers once again, and we just got to keep working on that and come to practice working hard for this next game."