Posted On: 03/31/21 5:20 PM

Overview: With a final score of 16-6 in favor of Old Mill it's easy to see that this was a battle of defenses with neither offense making much headway. Despite both defenses playing well, the clear deciding factor in the outcome was the turnover battle which the Old mill defense did by creating five turnovers, including four interceptions and one pick-6. These turnovers consistently kept the Arundel offense off the field, denying them any opportunity to gain offensive momentum and allowing Old Mill to win the time of possession battle and the game itself. Here are three players that stood out to me while I watched this game!

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Myles Fulton, 6'4", 195, 2022

Myles did a great job of helping his team win the time of possession battle, which is extremely important in a low-scoring affair like this one. Myles displayed dual-threat-like abilities that kept his offense on the field using both his arms and legs to extend drives seemed lost. Despite a few drops, Myles was fairly accurate on pass attempts, including downfield throws resulting in explosive plays. I was also impressed with his decision-making with the ball; being able to limit the

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