Vinshaun Cobham rushed for 128 yards and three touchdowns as North Miami Beach defeated Krop 47-15 on Friday night at North Miami Stadium.
With the victory, the Chargers (2-2) retook the High Voltage Bowl trophy, which is awarded annually to the winner of the matchup. Since 2000, North Miami Beach has won the the trophy 14 of 17 times.
North Miami Beach quarterback Wendell Morrison passed for 139 yards and rushed for 100 yards on 10 carries. Jordan Atkins rushed for two touchdowns. Lawrence Papillon led the Lightning (2-2) with 93 rushing yards and a touchdown on eight carries.
“We came out fast and got the trophy back,” Morrison said. “We played with emotion and heart.”
The North Miami Beach defense shut out Krop in the first half and blocked a punt. On special teams, Fritz Merus scored a touchdown by returning a kickoff 90 yards.
“I had to run hard, the O-line came in and did work,” Cobham said. “Still, we need to elevate our level of play each week to get better.”