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From there the two teams traded touchdowns and the score stood at 28-14 at the half.
In the second half, Triad opened with a touchdown that sliced the Rams lead to 28-21. That was as close as the Knights got as the Rams defense finished the game with three straight stops. The offense put the game away with three straight scores, ending with a comfortable victory.
The Rams didn't turn the ball over in the game, and Dylan Reeves finished three of four for 26 yards in the passing game.
The Rams had a pair of sacks of Triad quarterback Jason Barbour.
Barbour finished the game as the leading rusher for the Knights with 97 yards. Both passes he attempted dropped incomplete.
Mt. Vernon is 2-1 this season and travels to Belleville Althoff on Friday.