Juan Salas caught a touchdown pass and returned an interception for a score in a 50-second span, breaking open a tight game in the third quarter Friday as Parkland pulled away for a 23-7 EPC South football win over Freedom. Salas finished with nine catches for 90 yards and played a leading role for a Parkland defense that continued its early-season excellence. The Trojans (5-0 overall, 4-0 EPC South) have held all five of their opponents to seven or fewer points.
Parkland coach Tim Moncman admitted his staff followed a stubborn path early in last week’s game with Easton. The Red Rovers crammed the box with as many as 10 defenders to stop Parkland’s power rushing attack. The Trojans still tried to show they could move the ball on the ground. Once Parkland elected to start spreading the field, it gave a glimpse at where its offense could be headed. Senior quarterback Michael Ruisch threw for a career-high 249 yards and two touchdowns.
In the spotlight: What does Liberty have left for one of its city rivals? The Hurricanes didn’t finish enough drives to match the likes of Easton, Parkland and Whitehall. They must manufacture a passing attack to move the football against Bethlehem Catholic, which has stuffed opposing rushing attacks (2.7 yards per carry). By the numbers: Liberty has dropped six straight EPC South games dating to last season. … Bethlehem Catholic has a plus-four turnover margin.
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