WEST POINT, Miss. (WCBI) — One of the best ways to jump start a struggling team is to welcome back a key player to the field.
That was the case for the Oak Hill Raiders, Friday October 16th.
The Raiders welcomed back quarterback Cameron Dill from injury to show off.
In his return, Dill threw for 271 yards, rushed for 105 yards against Central Holmes Christain. He also had 5 passing touchdowns and 2 rushing in the process.
Dill and head coach Bill Rosenthal were both happy with the team’s play from the match-up.
“Our line was very physical,” Dill said. “Our receivers caught basically every ball that I through to them. All praise to them. I couldn’t do it without the line. They stepped up.”
“First of all, it was good to get Cameron back,” Rosenthal said. “He broke his hand in the Tunica game so we haven’t had him at quarterback for four weeks. I think in three games he’s rushed for over a thousand yards, rushed for three hundred and has 16 or 17 touchdowns for the season. Missing that much offense hurt us a little bit with those weeks he wasn’t here so it was good to get him back.”