By: Tibebe Gebiso and Gaurav Bhanot
T.C. Williams beat Edison on Homecoming Night, Saturday October 21. T.C. won 62-7 and scored multiple touchdowns in each quarter. The score at the end of the first was 34-10. Later, however, the referees reduced the score to 34-7 due to a miscall. T.C. scored a touchdown twenty seconds into the second quarter, which then made it 35-7. T.C.’s defense held Edison’s offense to very few yards throughout the game. The defense forced two interceptions by Cameron Campbell and then four more touchdowns by Cameron Campbell, Kai Kole, and Lamont Williams. T.C. ended the half with a fifty-five point lead. Diondre Charlton, T.C’s quarterback had five touchdown passes in the first half. The third quarter was low scoring with T.C scoring only one touchdown. Edison’s defense vastly improved in the second half, limiting T.C.’s ball movement. T.C. began the first quarter with two interception, but didn’t lead to any touchdowns. Edison only scored in the first quarter and T.C. won, which improves their record to 5-3.