The Delaware Valley Aggie’s football team looked strong this weekend after they lost to Stevenson College last weekend. Delaware Valley put up 50 points against FDU-Florham with 22 of those points coming in the first 13 minutes of the game.
It was an all round good looking game for the Aggie’s. Sammy Mohr started the game off with a 62 yard kick return that set the Aggie’s up for an easy score and then a couple minutes later Mohr intercepted a pass from Florham’s quarterback. Sophomore quarterback for the Aggie’s Deshawn Darden only threw for 118 yards but put up three scores, and also had one touchdown and 69 yards rushing.
The Aggie’s now have a 6-2 overall record and a 5-2 record in the MAC. This was a big comeback for the Aggie’s coming back after a disappointing lost to Stevenson where they got shut out. It’s easy to hang your head after loses like that, but the Aggie’s know you have to clear the slate. It shows what kind of heart they have, and what kind of competitor they are. What makes Delaware Valley good is that they have a good offense but it doesn’t stop there. They have a good defense and specials behind their offense so they are good all round. It seems like every week their special teams makes it in the highlight real. This week it was Sammy Mohr on the 62 yard kick return, and Junior Safety Shawn Miller blocked a punt on special teams and Anthony Thomas ran it back for a touchdown for the Aggie’s.
This season is not over and Delaware Valley Aggie’s have all the tools to go far this season!