HANOVER – The Dartmouth junior varsity football team finished 2-1 this fall with wins over a combined Middlebury varsity/junior varsity (21-14), and Williams (21-10). After the Harvard game was scrapped because of a player shortage, the Big Green closed out the abbreviated schedule with a 21-6 loss to Bridgton. All three games were played on Memorial Field.
There also was a non-tackling passing scrimmage with Norwich.
Freshman Kyle Bramble led the running backs with 28 carries for 228 yards, an 8.14-yard average. He played in just two jayvee games after beginning the season as a varsity kick returner.
Freshman Thomas Militello completed 30-of-57 passes (52.7 percent) for 151 yards with three touchdowns and one pick, getting most of the snaps at quarterback. His passing efficiency was 88.74.
Freshman Daniel Gorman topped the receivers with eight catches for 167 yards, a 20.88 average per. Like Bramble, he did all his damage in two games after playing just one snap in the opener against Middlebury. Junior Clay Robbins also had eight catches for 103 yards (12.88 ypc) with a touchdown.
Junior lacrosse player-turned-defensive back Evan Bloom led the defense with 24 tackles while freshman linebacker Zach Slafsky and sophomore linebacker Ben Ticknor each had 20.
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