Rebels dismantle the Royals from start to finish
Tacoma Washington-The West Sound Rebels got back on track with a convincing victory over the Everett Royals. The Rebels truly controlled both sides of the ball in this contest. The Royals were unable to get any kind of a drive going consistently against the Rebels stingy defense.
Understanding they control their own fate the Rebels started the game off with a 60-yard matriculation down the field. Mixing running and passing all the way for a quick touchdown. The running game, or “TRD” (Ty,Randy,Dewalt) as they’ve come to be called have never ending success due to very large holes created by excellent offensive line play.
Emergency starting Quarterback Adrial Allen was able to fill in very nicely for absent Quarterback JT Taase. Adrian and Offensive Coordinator Anthony Kinney Sr devised one hell of a game plan which was almost a perfect 50/50 run/pass day. Adrian was also able to be elusive escaping for mid-level runs several times.
The Rebels defense stayed red hot putting nonstop pressure on the Quarterback. Stuffing the run game and adding a scoop & score fumble (David Sousou) as well as a pick six (Thomas Alston). The stingy defense didn’t allow a first down until the 3rd quarter and would only allow a 4th quarter field goal.
Overall, it looks like the Rebels are back to their normal selves and as long as they can continue putting up points and don’t allow much they can win this Western Impact North Division as a first year Organization.
Up next for the Rebels, 7/30 they travel to Bonney Lake Wa. to take on the Tacoma Sabers. The Royals will host the Grit City Knights in Everett Wa. 7/30.