Triton upsets Knox in NSC battle

James Snyder holds the ball aloft as he and team mates Billy Smith, Koby Mast, Brandon Lenker and Delano Shumpert celebrate an upset win over Knox.
By: 
Whitney Worthen
Correspondent

Sometimes it’s hard to believe Triton is the same team it was in 2016.

After recording a 1-7 conference record in 2016, the Trojans set themselves up this year for a second place tie in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference after defeating Knox 14-12, improving from their third place finish last season. Triton can officially seal its conference place next week against 1-4 conference opponent Winimac.

Triton’s transformation over the last three years is anything short of amazing. Coming out in the first quarter, Triton forced three fumbles — recovering all of them, put up 14 points and recorded 70 offensive yards. While Knox managed to bully its way to a touchdown with a minute left in the quarter, the Trojans were just getting started on the night as the Trojans spread it around on offense.

Read more about this in the weekend edition of the Pilot News.