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US Steel Game of the Week: Ringgold Rams 20 - Knoch Knights 12

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Ringgold knocked the Knoch Knights from the ranks of the unbeatens with a 20-12 win at Joe Montana Stadium on Friday night in the US Steel Game of the Week.

Dual-threat quarterback Nico Law completed threw for 181 yards and junior running back Chacar Berry ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns as Ringgold topped Knoch 20-12 at Joe Montana Stadium Friday night.

The game was tightly contested throughout, and the visitors looked as if they would strike first late in the first quarter.

Knoch (2-1) moved the ball into Ringgold (2-1) territory on a drive that begain late in the first and moved into the second, but the drive was stalled by a fumble at the 40-yard line. Law directed a 60-yard drive capped by a one-yard plunge by Berry to give the Rams a 7-0 lead.

Knoch quarterback Dan Farinelli took matters into his own hands on the Knights ensuing possession, completing 3 passes for 34 yards and scoring on a 10-yard run late in the half to pull within 7-6.

The Rams took over late in the half and immediately hit a pair of big plays to move into scoring position. Brenden Small ripped off an 18-yard run followed by a 33-yard pass from Law to Dalton Holt. Law then hit Skyler Scholl for a 21-yards to put the ball inside the 10, and Berry later scored from 4 yards out to make it 14-6.

Ringgold came out hot in the second half as Law threw a touchdown pass to Jake Gerard from 4 yards out to go ahead 20-6.

Knoch’s Farinelli found receiver Jordan Geist deep for a 35-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter that made the score 20-12, but the Knights were unable to get any closer.


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