Posted On: 04/6/21 2:32 PM

Overview: With a final score of 30-7 in favor of the Severna Park Falcons, it's clear to see that this was a one-sided affair. The biggest reason Severna was able to create a score gap this wide was as a result of their defensive efforts. They were able to force the Northeast Eagle offense into multiple turnovers with their high energy, including a pick-six and a fumble recovery that placed the falcon offense on the 1-yard line for an easy score. Here are four players that caught my eye during this game!

Severna Park Falcons

Colin Shadowens, 5'11, 165, 2021

Colin did a great job of using his speed to impact the game from his running back position. During this game, he was able to show his ability to run in between the tackles and on the edge of the defense, creating explosive plays on both. He showed patience when running in between the tackles by allowing blocks to develop before exploding into the defense's second level. When he bounced the run to the outside, he showed off his home run hitting speed, outrunning the opposing defenders who took terrible angles to put his team on the goal line. With his

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