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RAMS BLANK FALCONS 65-0

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By Regina Shiroma

 Rams' RB Matthew Cruz jukes past Benny Manglona to avoid the tackle. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams’ RB Matthew Cruz jukes past Benny Manglona to avoid the tackle. (photo by Kevin Wang)

The Cars Plus Rams ran up the score 65-0 in their Miller Football League matchup Sunday at UOG field against the Chili’s Falcons.

The Rams took over the first half ending with the score at 44-0, adding another 21 points before the final whistle was blown.

Quarterback Will Williams brought his Rams to first and goal at the 7-yard line after tacking in a 50-yard run. After two incomplete passes into the end zone, Rodney Benning ran in for a 7-yard touchdown, followed by Jason Baza’s PAT making the score 51-0.

Williams then threw 29 yards to wide receiver Jacob Torres, making the reception with two defenders on the play and in the end zone. Baza easily sent the ball through the uprights, and the four minute warning was called.

Will Williams running game proved to be valuable as he runs past defenders for his second rushing touchdown. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Will Williams running game proved to be valuable as he runs past defenders for his third rushing touchdown. (photo by Kevin Wang)

For the final score of the game, Williams connected with Matt Cruz for a 15-yard pass reception touchdown. Baza knocked in the extra point, going 5 for 8 for the day.

In first half action, Danny Cepeda and Cruz recorded touchdowns early in the game. Williams followed with a 40-yard touchdown of his own, making the score 18-0. Williams then threw two pass completions in a row to Adam Becker for a two and 26-yarder, respectively.

Williams then connected with Jesse “Pumpy” Manglona for a 14-yard completion, lengthening the gap to 37-0.

In the ensuing kickoff, a fumble by the Falcons gave the Rams possession once again. At first and ten at the 39-yard line, Williams ran all the way to the end zone to end the half.

Williams ended the game with 310 yards rushing, going 11 for 17 and 190 yards passing; Manglona gathered 51 yards rushing.

In Saturday’s matchup, the Pepsi Warriors defeated the Shell Hal’s Angels 13-7.

 

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Rams' RB Matthew Cruz inches his way into the endzone for the touchdown in the first quarter. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams’ RB Matthew Cruz inches his way into the endzone for the touchdown in the first quarter. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams' WR Jacob Torres catches QB Williams' long pass for the touchdown. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams’ WR Jacob Torres catches QB Williams’ long pass for the touchdown. (photo by Kevin Wang)

 Falcons' Jerold Whyte attempt for a reception was faltered by player interference. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Falcons’ Jerold Whyte attempt for a reception was faltered by a Rams defender. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Falcons' QB Steven Flores attempts a long pass during the final minutes of the second quarter. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Falcons’ QB Steven Flores attempts a long pass during the final minutes of the second quarter. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams' TE Adam Becker uses his height to his advantage as he catches the ball for the touchdown. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams’ TE Adam Becker uses his height to his advantage as he catches the ball for the touchdown. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams' DB Rodney Binning falls short for the attempted interception. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams’ DB Rodney Benning falls short for the attempted interception. (photo by Kevin Wang)

The Falcons manages to stop Matthew Cruz from gaining extra yardage. (photo by Kevin Wang)

The Falcons manage to stop Matthew Cruz from gaining extra yardage. (photo by Kevin Wang)

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Rams' RB Matthew Cruz inches his way into the endzone for the touchdown in the first quarter. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Rams’ RB Matthew Cruz inches his way into the end zone for the touchdown in the first quarter. (photo by Kevin Wang)

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