by Elio Velez on Sat, Oct 29, 2016 10:38 PM
Muhammad could have ignored the bad memories associated with Christ the King’s first loss of the CHSFL season last week in a 26-13 St. John the Baptist victory.
Everything that could go wrong mentally and physically occurred on that rainy swept day last weekend in West Islip. Yet the miscues and mental mistakes were issues Christ the King fought to overcome and end the regular season on a high note.
Muhammad rushed for two touchdowns as the speed and physicality Christ the King displayed Saturday night helped the visitors earn a 41-7 victory over Fordham Prep in a CHSFL Class AA league game held at Fordham University’s Coffey Field.
“We talked about it. Coaches kept bringing to our heads to remind us that we lost, so everybody is looking down on us and think we getting lucky the whole season,” Muhammad said. “And from there that just gave us more heat and we just w