The Spartans defense rebounded in a big win over Red Lion after giving up 30 points to Archmere last week.
Each time the Lions threatened, the Spartans stood their ground. They clogged up holes, forced a fumble, sacked the quarterback and prevented the Lions from picking up any big plays during the game.
The Spartans were able to keep the Lions scoreless with a 29-0 victory.
The St. Mark’s offense continued to produce after a stellar performance last week in which they scored 34 points.
Junior quarterback James Campbell led the offense for the Spartans throwing two touchdowns while running for one himself. He connected on two of those touchdowns with his brother Jude Campbell on 23 yard and 19 yard passes.
James then scampered in on a QB keeper early in the second quarter from two yards out. Logan Klein scored the final touchdown late in the fourth quarter for the Spartans on a 5-yard run.
James finished the game with 119 passing yards on the night to go with his two touchdowns.
His brother Jude had 47 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
The rushing attack was led by Keigan Barnes who amassed 88 yards in the game.
Red Lion did have a touchdown called back in the first quarter on a penalty.
Evan Budinger did throw for 144 yards while Mehki Corbin rushed for 72 yards. Xavier Moore led the Red Lions defensively with 6 tackles and 2 sacks.
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