Law gets jump on RHAM in CT Football Alliance

Lucas Pincus-Coyle scored a touchdown and caught seven passes in Law's win at RHAM.

Lucas Pincus-Coyle scored a touchdown and caught seven passes in Law's win at RHAM.

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Jonathan Law took a three-touchdown lead into the half on its way to a 40-14 CT Football Alliance win over RHAM in Hebron on Saturday.

John Neider threw four touchdown passes for coach Chris Haley’s Lawmen, now 4-2 on the season.

Matt Hagerty (58 yards) and Amadeus Betancourt (40 yards) caught scoring passes in the first quarter for a 12-0 lead.

Neider, who passed for 307 yards, connected with Anthony Andriolas from 32 yards out and ran for the two-point conversion to open the second period.

Connor Malin’s 2-yard run and Jesse Vien’s PAT gave Law a 27-0 advantage.

RHAM (2-4) accounted for the next two scores, first on a 2-yard run before the break and next on a 3-yard run to begin the third quarter.

Hagerty, who had five catches for 155 yards, latched on to a 60-yarder to take the score to 33-14 after three.

Lucas Pincus-Coyle ran for a 1-yard touchdown and Viens booted the conversion in the final quarter.

Lucas-Coyle had 35 yards on the ground and seven receptions for 62 yards.

Neider ran for 67 yards on 13 carries.

Sam Costantini made three catches for 14 yards.

Law will host Bethel in another CT Alliance game at Lawmen Stadium on Friday at 7.