More of The Score: Luers Leaves No Doubt - Sept. 30

By Eric Dutkiewicz

October 1, 2011 Updated Oct 1, 2011 at 12:58 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - North Side came into Friday night's game with the only undefeated conference slate in the Summit Athletic Conference.

North Side has not won the SAC since 1991, when the Redskins won a share of the title with Bishop Dwenger and Wayne.

A North Side win would likely give the Redskins the Victory Bell outright, presuming they beat South Side and Northrop to wrap-up the regular season.

But Luers has championship aspirations of their own. And the Knights once again relied on the legs of Jaylon Smith and the arm of James Knapke to surge past North Side, 56-28.

The Knights' win puts a three-way tie atop the conference standings with two weeks to go.

Smith joined Tommy Schoegler and AWP President & CEO Micahel Ledo on More of The Score to talk about the big performance from Luers. Click on the video icon to see the entire interview.

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