Gloucester Catholic running back Dashaun Harris had a monster day Saturday as he ran for 279 yards and scored four touchdowns in leading his Rams to a 47-20 win over Robbinsville in Robbinsville.
Gloucester coach Casey Murphy was not hiding his team's game plan, as he called Harris' number on the first 11 plays of the game. Those carries alone were good for 138 yards and a 13-0 lead as Harris' string of consecutive carries was finally broken when quarterback Conor Regan carried the ball over from the one for the game's second touchdown.
"Obviously (Harris) is our guy," Murphy said of his star running back. "He's our number one guy, so we like to try to get him going. We kind of feed off of what he does. Last week we had a little bit of problems with that, so that was our emphasis. That's got to come first and then everything goes off of him. That was definitely our goal going into the game."
Surtz and his teammates answered Gloucester's early attack by launching an 12-play, 68-yard touchdown drive that featured a 34-yard pass from Surtz to Matt Girodano, which helped set up a 3-yard scoring toss to Giordano that made the score 13-7.
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