Player Of The Week Cameron Kromah

Cameron Kromah with QB Keeper during 2021 football season for Patriots. (Photo by Ron Morris)
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MINT HILL, NC – The Patriots senior QB Cameron Kromah had himself a solid football game on Senior Night at Independence High School Football Stadium.

He engineered four touchdown drives including a 9 minute drive which destroyed any chance of the Rocky River Ravens thoughts of a comeback late in the third quarter after taking a 14-0 halftime lead. This key drive gave the Patriots a commanding 20-0 lead in an important conference game for both teams with one minute into the 4th quarter.

In the first period Kromah connected with junior wide receiver Joe Moraglia for a 40 yard touchdown to take a 7-0 lead. Then later he scored on a QB Keeper from 2 yards to take a comfortable 14-0 advantage going into the second quarter.

Kromah should have connected on another 40 yard plus bomb to a receiver in the second half who was wide open, had the Ravens defense beat by 8 yards, the ball went through the receivers hands for an incompletion. This play should have been another touchdown for the Patriots as the ball was perfectly thrown by the senior QB.

Meanwhile, Kromah accumulated 110 yards through the air, and another 12 yards rushing for a total of 122 yards of offense in the football game. However, what stands out the most was his poise under pressure and his on the field leadership which has earned him this nomination.

Therefore, the sports writers at the Mint Hill Times want to congratulate Cameron Kromah for being selected this weeks “Player of the Week.”

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Ed Berti
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