Caravel faced off with Archmere Friday night for the first time since the mid 80’s. Caravel Coach John Reed told me before the game “when I was playing at Caravel, Archmere was a rivalry game, but we haven’t played them in a long time”.
Caravel, who is sitting at No 1 in our Super 7 rankings took to their ground game to grind out a victory over Archmere academy in front of their home crowd Friday night. They leaned on the legs of Jordan Miller since his backfield mate Craig Miller was out of this game with an injury.
Caravel went to the ground and pound offensive design and handed the ball off to Jordan 28 times of their 39 total plays in the game. Miller rushed for 152 yards and 3 touchdowns (unofficially). His touchdowns came on 1, 5, and 6 yard runs, while his longest run was 35 yards.
Taj Boaten added the last touchdown for the Buccaneers in the fourth quarter when he broke away for a 57 yard touchdown that closed out the game.
Archmere’s 2 points came off a bad snap that went out of the back of the endzone that resulted in a safety. Cole Fenice led the Auks with 5 receptions for 53 yards offensively. On Defense he had 9 tackles which 5 of them were solo.
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