By Kyle Seyfried
CINCINNATI – Summit Country Day led by just four at halftime, but the Silver Knights pulled away from North College Hill in the second half in a 28-11 win at Williams Field on Friday.
Both teams couldn’t get much going in the early part of the first half. Summit Country Day was able to gain an edge with a 48-yard bomb from star quarterback Antonio Woods to C. J. Suggs.
Three plays later, the stellar combination would hook up again for a 7-yard touch catch by Suggs.
Summit Country Day fumbled a punt return inside his own territory, setting up 25-yard field goal by Justin Graver that made it 7-3.
Suggs intercepted a pass, setting up a 53-yard touchdown pass from Woods to Daniel Bruns.
Antonio Woods added to his touchdown total for the night with a 21-yard touchdown run.
North College Hill’s did drive for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, capped off by a 28-yard touchdown pass to freshman wide receiver Pierre Harris. The Trojans tacked on the two-point conversion by running back Jujuan Linzy.
But Suggs returned an interception for a touchdown – the fifth of the game for North College Hill quarterback Mikel Winkfield – to seal it.
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