Jeh Jeh: Ramsay tops Parker in battle of unbeatens

Jeh Jeh: Ramsay tops Parker in battle of unbeatens

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Both teams undefeated, it's a rivalry that has lasted for decades.

The rivalry is Ramsay vs Parker, and more than 10,000 people came to Legion Field Friday night for this matchup of the unbeaten. Several scouts from different colleges made the trip to see top talent, Talent like Ramsay quarterback Baniko Harley.

He started the first drive with a 60-yard pass to Joshua Horn all the way down to the three yard line. The next play, Jamarcus Ellison scored with 7:45 left in the first quarter.

Parker came right back with an answer and a score after Harley was intercepted by Lavonta Bentley on the 15 yard line of Ramsay. Bentley almost carried the entire Ramsay team into the end zone but fell just three yards short.

Parker took the lead 7-6 at halftime.

In the second half, it was all Ramsay. The defense started off the half with a safety. Cordell Jackson and Justin Whisenhunt had the honors of hitting the running back two yards in the end zone to make it 8-7.

And on the next kickoff from the safety, Starling Thomas returns the kickoff 65 yards to widen the lead for the Rams 14-7.

Harley scored two more touchdowns for Ramsay, one on a quarterback draw for 30 yards and the other to Joshua Horn for 30 yards in the back of the end zone.

Ramsay scored a few more times and added 35 points to the scoreboard in the 2nd half. They beat city rival Parker 41-7, after only scoring 6 points in the first half.

Parker fell for the first time this year and the Rams remain undefeated.

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