Rams surf into high school football season

Mount Douglas Rams visit in Hawai'i for preseason


As school opens this week the Mount Douglas Rams football team is already ready to go. The club is fresh off a visit to Hawaii for a preseason camp and exhibition game.

The team enjoyed 30 C weather while training on two Islands, Oahu and Kauai, while managing to snorkel the famed Hanauma Bay, swim with giant sea turtles, tour Pearl Harbour and paddle board at Hanalei Bay, coach Mark Townsend said.

The Rams played their only game in Kauai and won an offensive showdown, 34-31, against the Kapa’a Warriors.

Rams’ quarterback Jordan Deverill threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns, going 18 for 28 with zero interceptions.

Grade 10 receiver Marcus Davis caught six passes, two for touchdowns, and two interception. Travis Johnson also caught a touchdown pass for Mount Doug. Grade 12 Terrell Davis rushed for 139 yards on 16 carries, scoring two touchdowns.



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