It was almost hard to believe Robinson coach Mike DePue's excitement with Friday's 27-0 season-opening home win over Leto. But when you add up the Knights' home win total over the past three seasons and come up with zilch, any home win is one to hang your hat on.
"It is so nice to have a home victory after what we've gone through the last three years," DePue said. "We're not there yet, but it was great to win."
Robinson intercepted Leto's Dominic Marino three times. Leto running backs Jeremy Deering and Terik Greensberry gouged Robinson for big runs, but drives were kept between the 20s.
Robinson quarterback Blake Rice thew two touchdowns of 22 and 41 yards to Ruben Gonzalez and Frankie Williams in the first half. The Knights put the game away in the second with 1-yard runs from Cequille Williams and Tim Randolph.