Special to The Mercury
POTTSTOWN — Standing outside the locker room after their double-overtime victory over visting Great Valley, Saige Reinhart and Monroe Hampton spoke of the performances like it was just another night on the job.
What the Pottstown duo had just been through, though, was anything but routine.
Rolling out of the pocket to his left, Reinhart connected with a wide-open Hampton on an out pattern in the front corner of the end zone for a two-point conversion to give the Trojans a 41-40 victory in the second of two overtime periods.
“If he’s open he’s getting it,” Reinhart said of Hampton. “And he knows it, too. He’s a playmaker, and playmakers want the ball when it matters most.
“It’s just a matter of us fighting, though. Fighting as a team through the ups and the downs of a game and of a season. We just attacked when we had the opportunities, and took advantage of (those opportunities).”(For the complete story, click here...)