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|Rams host Calvary Baptist|
The Richwood Rams (1-2) will attempt to bounce back after a tough 35-0 loss at West Monroe last week as they host the Calvary Baptist Cavaliers (2-1) this Friday night.
Richwood could not overcome a stout West Monroe defense, or fumble issues, as they played on a soaked field in West Monroe last week.
Several potential scoring drives for the Rams ended in either a punt or turnover. Richwood had one drive stall at the 19-yard line following a 45-yard run by quarterback Anthony Abraham.
Richwood was playing the game without one of their key offensive weapons on Friday as well.
Starting running back Greg Hudson was sidelined with an unspecified injury and doctors have not yet cleared him to play in the next Rams contest as of press time.
West Monroe was also playing without one of their main offensive weapons as starting quarterback Paul Turner was sidelined with a high ankle sprain following a week two victory over another local rival, Neville.
West Monroe Sophomore Conner Osborne made his first start of his high school career and made a solid debut for the first-place Rebels.
The Rebels opened the game on a six-play, 64-yard touchdown drive that was capped by a Doncorius Powell touchdown plunge, his second of the regular season.
The Richwood defense tightened up after halftime and surrendered just seven points to the Rebels in the second half.
The Richwood defense had some missed tackles that slowed their progress against a strong Class 5A West Monroe offensive rushing attack.
On offense, the Rams will try to correct missed assignments and continue to improve what they have already implemented.
"Just keep it simple," head coach Warren Trimble said. "We just need to keep working hard and get better."
Calvary Baptist (1-2) will come into Richwood after picking up their first victory of the 2009 season last week. The Cavaliers beat previously unbeaten Green Oaks 49-8 last week.
The Cavaliers offense is led by quarterback Nick McCarty which put up 276 yards of offense against Green Oaks last week. McCarty threw for 135 yards and also recorded a rushing touchdown in the win.
Freshman running back Calvin Moody took over after starter Brandon Wilson suffered an injury early in the first quarter. Moody responded with a big night. Moody rushed 15 times for 113 yards and also had two touchdowns.
Richwood will have to key on the Calvary rushing attack and force McCarty into long third down situations where the experienced Richwood defensive backfield can make plays.
Calvary will be looking to get even more production out of their vaunted passing attack.
They are led by offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Raymond Phillyaw, who started at quarterback for ULM from 1993-1995.
Kickoff at Rams Stadium is set for 7 p.m.