Posted On: 09/23/19 11:43 PM

When I walked into the game to watch Robbinsdale Armstrong take on Chaska in a battle of unbeaten teams I expected to see some explosiveness from the Armstrong offense. They have at least three guys on that side of the ball that will be playing football on Saturdays next year. What I was not expecting was a defense that dominated the game from start to finish. It was a defense that scored as many points as they gave up in their 26-12 victory. Here are five individuals who stood out Friday night.

Jake Breitbach Armstrong quarterback

Breitbach could not have started off much worse. The second play from scrimmage the senior quarterback made an ill-advised throw that resulted in six points for the Chaska Hawks. He threw another interception later in the first half but took control with his arm and his legs from there. Breitbach showed a strong arm who could push the ball downfield. He picked up a third and long with a strong throw on a deep out in the first half. Breitbach also has touch on the underneath throws. He showed he could throw on the move too. His most impressive play had nothing to do

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