William Patterson Falls Short to Montclair State Redhawks, Finish Season 0-10
Montclair State hosted William Patterson in the final game of the 2017 season for both teams. Montclair was looking to finish at .500. William Patterson was hoping to close out the season with a win and avoid a winless season.
Montclair got started right out the gate. Kason Campbell took the opening kickoff and returned it for a touchdown to give them a 7-0 lead 15 seconds in.
Montclair’s defense stepped up as a Cornelius Kinchen pass was intercepted by Nick Volpe. Volpe returned the interception 23 yards for a touchdown. Montclair was on top 14-0 less than five minutes in. They would add on two more field goals to take a 20-0 lead at the end of one.
The only score in the second quarter came when Aqeel Daniels-Lundy rushed for a one-yard touchdown to put William Patterson on the board. Montclair still led 20-7 at the half.
Following a scoreless third quarter, it looked as if William Patterson was on their way to a winless season. They wouldn’t go away, however.
They scored 14 points in a little less than seven minutes, and it was a 27-20 game with three minutes left.
On fourth and 10 with 1:33 left, Kinchen intercepted his second pass of the game to close out the 27-20 win for Montclair. William Patterson finishes the 2017 with an 0-10 record.
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