After yesterday's 36-6 loss to co-No. 20 Lake Clifton, Edmondson coach James James said he had dreamed the night before of the Lakers (4-1, 1-0) constantly throwing the ball.
It wasn't the passing game of the Lakers that made the difference, however. It was the Redskins offense, which turned the ball over on six straight possessions, resulting in 21 Lake Clifton points in the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference Division II football game at Edmondson.
"I would never have imagined this would happen," James said. "This was just a day that every time we had a good drive going, it would go awry."
Edmondson (2-3, 0-1) had four fumbles and three passes intercepted.
Things started badly for the Redskins on the game's first play from scrimmage, as Lydell Darien (14 carries, 133 yards) broke loose for an 88-yard run to the Edmondson 3. On the next play, Darien barreled in for the game's first score with 10 minutes, 58 seconds left in the first period.