Jul 20, 2014, 1:52 pm
The Tri-City Outlaws won a key victory Saturday night with a 20 – 14 victory over the hometown Sudbury Spartans; this win ensures that the Outlaws will be at home for their quarter final game August 2.
The Outlaws offensive line performed well opening the door for running backs Kyle Cherry and Townson Ramsey who ran for 73 and 96 yards respectively; Ramsey scored on a 10 yard run. Quarterback Greg Solcum ran for 61 yards on only 4 carries; Aaron Bertolo also scored on a 15 yard run.
Defensively Jake Myers, Kris Kusch and Mike Boyd led the way; Myers had 6 tackles, 1 QB sack, and returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown; Kusch made 5 tackles; Boyd had 3.5 tackles and 2 interceptions. Former Ottawa Gee-Gee and Cambridge Minor grad Ron Ackie had 1 interception.
The Outlaws return home on Saturday July 26 when they will host the defending NFC champion Montreal Transit; 7:00pm kickoff at Rogers Field, Cambridge.