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Reinhardt Dismantles Tigers on Both Sides of the Ball, 28-0

Reinhardt Dismantles Tigers on Both Sides of the Ball, 28-0

By Mike DeVader, Reinhardt Director of Athletic Communications & Media
 
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. â€" Billy Hall and Montralius Mosely each found the end zone twice on the ground, while the Eagle defense flexed its muscles all day against Campbellsville in a 28-0 shutout on the road against the Tigers in Kentucky.
 
Hall finished with 104 yards rushing and another 89 through the air as Reinhardt moved to 3-0 on the season after accumulating 376 yards â€" including 287 on the ground â€" for a 5.7-yard average.
 
"Defensively, to get a shutout at any level of college football is outstanding," head coach James Miller said. "I thought those guys played hard and did a great job on third down not letting them convert a single one (and 0-for-2) on fourth down. Really proud of our kids and our defensive staff. We have had some injuries on that side of the ball, and the kids as a collective group stepped up.
 
On offense, we did a good job creating big plays in the passing game and I thought Trevae Cain (55 yards rushing and 47 receiving) played a great game. We have to clean up penalties and execution in certain moments, but I'm excited for where this team is headed."
 
The Reinhardt signal caller got the scoring started at the 5:50 mark of the first quarter with a 17-yard gallop into the paint. About 10 minutes later, Mosely plowed his way into the end zone for a 14-0 advantage from a yard away.
 
The offense brought more fireworks just before halftime as Hall raced past the defense from 74 yards out for a three-score lead heading into the locker room. The Eagle momentum on the offensive end carried into the third quarter as Mosely's number was called again and he delivered; this time from 17 yards out for the final points of the afternoon.
 
The Eagles scored on drives of 80, 86, 82 and 83 yards in the win.
 
On defense, five different Reinhardt players recorded sacks and the team was led individually by Sebastian LeGarra and his seven total stops.
 
Both Sidney Hamm and Miles Corpening registered interceptions in the blanking.
 
The second of four-straight road games is next up on the schedule with a trip to West Palm Beach, Fla., and Keiser (Fla.) at 12:30 p.m.
 
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