Rambo Leads the South in Shootout, 28-24

TOWSON, MD-Future Terp and Under Armour All-America Game MVP Matt Rambo, scored a record-breaking eight goals in the South's 28-24 win on Saturday night. After the game, he spoke to FoxSportsNEXT about his performance and more.

TOWSON, MD-There were plenty of fireworks this holiday weekend at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Maryland, for the 8th straight Under Amour All-America Classic. The game featured six future Terps: Cazenovia, N.Y. native Connor Cannizzaro and Wading River, N.Y. product Tim Rotanz on the North, and two local Boys Latin (Baltimore, Md.) graduates Mac Pons and Colin Heacock joined Glenside, Pa. attacker Matt Rambo, and Texas goalie Dan Morris on the South's squad.

The game's MVP was none other than future Terp, Matt Rambo, who led the South to a 28-24 win.

Maryland may have struggled offensively last season but after watching last night's game, it looks like the Terps will be adding some serious firepower to their attack next season.

In addition to Rambo's jaw-dropping eight-goal performance, future Terp Colin Heacock added a goal and an assist to South's victory. On the North side, Tim Rotanz had an impressive night with four goals and one assist, while Connor Cannizzaro also tallied a goal and two assists in the game.

Maryland will also get some help in the cage next season with Texas-native Dan Morris headed to College Park. Morris, who got the start for the South team, finished the night with eight saves, including seven in The Opening quarter, to earn the win.

The South squad MVP Matt Rambo spoke to FoxSportsNEXT after the game to talk about his electrifying performance and the entire Under Armour All-America Classic experience.

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