The Parkside Rams (3-1) were at Home to take on the visiting Buccaneers of Kent Island High School (4-0). Kent Island is always well coached and prepared for contest. The ground and pound approach is a familiar style of play for the Rams this season, using its speed on defense to help set the tone for the big fellas on the offensive line. This game would be no difference. The 3 headed monster of the wishbone offense requires precision and discipline. Tough Guys that run tough downhill. Alijah Bivans embodies the style of runner. Coached by one of the best in the Bayside Coach Charlie Holmes, Alijah has become the workhorse of the ground and pound style of offense the Rams running attack. Holmes can often be heard hollering at Big Bivans to get his legs up as he run and the familiar “tote the rock” can be heard across the stadium. Holmes and Coach Riley Both expect a lot out of their running backs. Bivans rushed for over a 100 yards and a touchdown. At one point, Bivans ran the exact same play 6 times in a run…breaking the will of the Kent Island defense as he rushed for 7, 10 , 3, 28 , 2 and 3 into the endzone for the score that game the Rams the 21 points they would need to win. The Rams were victorious winning 21 to 15 in what turned out to be an excellent high school football game. The Rams Improved to 4-1 and are looking forward to this week as they prepare for in town rival J.M. Bennett at County Stadium this Friday at 6:30pm. It will be a great night of high school football and true fans of football should pack the house for a great game.
Pictured Left to Right; Alijah Bivans and APT Physical Therapist, Kyle Daughtery