CB South football moved to 5-0 overall with its 7-0 victory at Souderton on Friday evening. The lone score came in the third quarter when Tyler Watson carried the rock 78 yards into the end zone with 6:47 remaining. Watson finished with 98 yards on 13 attempts. The real story was the Titans defense, led by brothers Matt and Nate Norris, each of whom made 12 total tackles. Watson also had a pick.
In a battle of unbeatens, CB South football came out on top on Friday night as the Titans got by CB East, 27-6, at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. CB South outscored the Patriots 27-3 after the first quarter. Barney Amor kicked a pair of field goals for CB East. Sam Thompson tossed a pair of touchdowns, the first to Jason Horvath covered 41 yards in the second quarter and the second to Tyler Watson went for 52 yards in the third. Nate Norris had a touchdown on the ground for four yards early in the second quarter, and Noah Collachi iced the contest with a pick-six for 50 yards with 2:25 remaining. The Titans defense forced four turnovers. Matt Norris and Nate Norris led CB South with 14 and 13 total tackles, respectively.
CB South football ran over host CR South, 39-13, on Friday in Newtown. The Titans led 20-0 at halftime. Cole Braccio caught two touchdown passes from Sam Thompson, the first covering 28 yards with 6 seconds left in the first half and the second went for 65 yards late in the third quarter. Nate Norris rushed for a pair of scores; he finished with 82 yards on 10 carries. Tyler Watson picked up 62 yards and a touchdown, while Jake Layer also lugged the pigskin into the end zone. Braccio hauled in five passes for 119 yards. Matt Norris excelled for the CB South defense, registering 10 total tackles. The Titans came up with three interceptions and two sacks. They also forced a fumble.
CB South football rolled over visiting CR North, 35-6, on Saturday. The Titans led 28-0 at the half, behind two Nate Norris touchdown runs. Quarterback Sam Thompson also scored on a 55-yard keeper more than halfway through the first quarter. Casey Sloms concluded the day’s scoring with an 84-yard kickoff return 14 seconds after the Indians finally got on the board in the third quarter. Thompson finished with a game-high 74 rushing yards, and Collin Dompert’s 57 yards through the air led the Titans’ receiving corps. Defensively, Matt Norris racked up 13 tackles for CB South; Nate Norris had 12. Each added one sack.