Keller’s Dual Performance Leads Ridgefield Football Past No. 8 Xavier

No player played a lot more relaxed than Ridgefield quarterback Justin Keller. The junior tossed for two touchdowns. Hurried for another – done in the first fifty percent – in the win.

Ridgefield QB Justin Keller is a guy. Keller takes it 25 lawns on the ground for a TD with 11 secs left in the fifty percent #cthsfb

21-0 Ridgefield leads Xavier pic.twitter.com/GMZjiDRNp3

” He found out how to play free and loosened as well as yet still remain in the criteria of the video game and also I think that is where he prospers,” Ridgefield trainer Kevin Callahan said.

” He’s an actual issue (for defenses),” Callahan included

His rushing goal was from 25 lawns out and also featured 11 secs left in the initial half, offering the Tigers a three-score lead.

” That was an enjoyable one, significant momentum for us,” Keller stated. “That obtained every person also a lot more locked in.

” That was an enjoyable one …” Ridgefield QB Justin Keller takes us with his 25-yard hurrying TD with 11 seconds in the very first half that provided Ridgefield a 21-0 lead #cthsfb pic.twitter.com/lhsZ7ChYFU

” That’s the eighth rated group in the state, huge credit report to them. That’s a great football team and that (touchdown) gave us the confidence to find out as well as complete it,” Keller added.

While the Ridgefield infraction was racking up, the Xavier violation didn’t get going. Pestered by dropped passes and protectors in the backfield, Xavier struggled.

On 4th and also 9 Justin Keller links with Jude Vucci for a 29-yard TD as well as it’s 14-0 Ridgefield leading Xavier with 6:30 left in 2Q #cthsfb pic.twitter.com/uYRfFJLJ6u

“( It’s) nothing that we hadn’t seen on movie,” Xavier coach Andy Guyon said. “They’re a great team, they performed better than we did, that’s what it comes down to. They made the plays they needed to make and we couldn’t.”

With a 21-0 lead the Tigers’ defense wasn’t pleased.

Ridgefield held strong, making tackles in the backfield and locking down the Falcons receivers.

With Xavier threatening to rack up late in the game, Ridgefield senior Maxwell Butler was having none of it.

Lots of really did not discuss Ridgefield QB Justin Keller before the period. After 5 passing TDs in Week 2, 2 passing TDs as well as a hurrying TD tonight. Now they recognize

” He’s twin threat …” Ridgefield’ a Maxwell Butler on his QB #cthsfb pic.twitter.com/eOrHNd7mds

Butler had 2 sacks – one that required a fumble Xavier recuperated – prior to the defense required a turnover on downs.

” We simply understood we needed to implement,” Butler said. “We needed to play like we were down.”
Xavier quarterback Drew Kron racked up the only touchdown for the Falcons, a 14-yard rushing goal in the fourth.

Ridgefield jumps on the board first as Justin Keller hits Maxwell Butler for a 4-yard TD

7-0 Ridgefield leads Xavier with 7:46 left in 1Q #cthsfb pic.twitter.com/8WjL7sREUh

Justin Keller, Ridgefield, Jr,, QB: Keller tossed 2 touchdowns and rushed for another, while expanding plays with his legs all night.

“Massive debt to the offending line tonight. I obtained when sacked when, which was most likely my fault.” – Justin Keller, Ridgefield quarterback.