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Soul beat the Gladiators 67-50

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

PHILADELPHIA — Darius Reynolds returned to the Philadelphia Soul lineup after being suspended by the league last week. He was a big factor in the Soul’s win over the Cleveland Gladiators.

The Soul defeated the Gladiators, 67-50, at the Wells Fargo Center in front of 7,057 fans in attendance.


With the win, the Soul improved to 3-1 on the season. The Gladiators dropped to 1-3, as their only win has come against the Tampa Bay Storm.

Reynolds scored a touchdown that put the Soul up a few late in the third. Then, after an interception by Joe Goosby, he scored another that put Philadelphia up 11.

He also caught an 11-yard touchdown from Dan Raudabaugh. The Soul quarterback had six touchdowns in the game, as Ryan McDaniel and Shaun Kauleinamoku also scored two each.

Chris Duvalt also had a 45-yard touchdown reception from Raudabaugh. Jeramie Richardson also had two two-yard rushing touchdown.

The Gladiators had two rushing touchdowns by Dennis Havrilla. They also received a short-yardage TD from Phillip-Keith Manley. Marvis Ross also picked off Raudabaugh and returned it for a 30-yard pick-six.

Thyron Lewis caught a 35-yard touchdown from Havrilla. Arvell Nelson also threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Collin Taylor.


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