Big plays have gone Redskins way in the postseason
On a day in which the Morris football team was seeking its 10th state appearance in school history, the Redskins knew it was going to have to come up big against Sacred Heart Griffin on Saturday.
Not only did they do that in the broader sense, they did so in several key instances in the 30-20 semifinal win over the Cyclones.
While Morris did force a turnover when Jake Hogan got a strip and Jason Matteson a fumble recovery on the first play that SHG had the ball. However, the Cyclones would bounce back to take a 7-0 lead in it's next possession after a Redskins punt.'
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