RAHS defeats KAHS in playoffs

Airman 1st Class Edward Drescher
Kaiserslautern American

The Ramstein Royals high school football team continued their perfect
season with a dominating 39-7 win over the Kaiserslautern Raiders in
the first game of the playoffs Saturday.

Ramstein kicked off the scoring on their third possession, when running back Cyril Borden took one 58 yards to the house.

On their ensuing drive, Borden found paydirt again for Ramstein; this time from four yards out.

Ramstein ended the first half on a high note as they got a 25-yards touchdown pass from Jackson Knox to Ste’phan James.
The Royals took a 20-0 lead into the locker room at halftime.

At the start of the second half, Kaiserslautern made the only noise they would make all day.

After forcing a fumble at the Ramstein 24 yard line, K-Town got in the
endzone on a fourth-and-goal run by quarterback Antoine Carter.

Ramstein was quick to match the points Kaiserslautern earned, when two
plays later Borden broke off a 63-yarder for his third touchdown of the
In the fourth, Ramstein got a 71-yard touchdown strike from quarterback Joe York to receiver Adam Despres.

Two late field goals rounded out the scoring and Ramstein walked away with a 32-point victory.

The player of the game for the Royals was Borden who finished with 195 yards and three scores.