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Springbrook Blue Devils overtake Magruder Colonels to win 31-21

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Springbrook vs. MagruderSILVER SPRING — The Springbrook Blue Devils dominated a visiting Magruder Colonels football team full of surprises Friday night with a 31-21 comeback win.

The Blue Devils were trailing in the first quarter 14-0, but slowly built up a lead by taking advantage of the Colonels’ mistakes and a solid defense.

It was a frustrating night for Magruder as they tried to keep up with the momentum they established early in the game but failed to do so.

”It was just a completely different game the last three and a half quarters. We tried to get our guys and focus back, move the ball a little bit in the fourth quarter, but in the end we came up short,” said Magruder head coach Ray Fowle.

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Magruder Colonels dominate Rockville Rams, 28-8

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JGS 2104Magruder quarterback Rashaud Claggett (4) looks to pass to Nasair White in the Colonels' 28-8 win over Rockville. PHOTO BY JACQUI SOUTH ROCKVILLE – The hosting Magruder Colonels put down a weakened Rockville Rams football team with a resounding 28-8 victory on Friday night.

If the Colonels took full advantage of the Rams’ slim stable of players, then the scoreline could have been even greater. The Rams buckled down on defense and took to the flanks for their advances, quickly realizing that the Colonels’ defense was at its weakest on the sides.

“What did we dress, 19 people today? We don’t really have the bodies to play a full four quarters. But the guys we had played hard, and gave everything they got,” said Rams head coach Seth Kenton.

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Rockville defeats Magruder varsity boys soccer, 3-1

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ROCKVILLE – The Rockville Rams defeated the Colonel Zadok Magruder Colonels 3-1 in boys varsity soccer at Rockville High School Thursday evening.

With all the goals coming the second half, the Rams took the lead before Colonels equalized. The score remained even until Rockville responded with two goals in thirteen minutes.

"Every game we're getting a little better, playing more people, the new kids are getting adjusted to the system," said Rockville coach Julio Zarate. "We're hoping in the next two games, we're going to play our top," he added.

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