There’s no doubt about it, #11 St. Edward is a talented football team on both sides of the ball. Tonight in Cincinnati, the Eagles will get a good in-state test when they face Elder at The Pit.
Until Elder lost to Maryland’s McDonough last week, it looked like both teams would enter the game 3-0.
Elder head coach Doug Ramsey told the Cincinnati Enquirer this week, “we play a team this week that could be one of the most talented teams to ever play in Ohio.”
St. Ed quarterback and South Florida commit Brett Kean is coming off an 18-for-23 performance last week in a 42-0 shutout of St. Joseph Regional of Montvale, New Jersey. Kean threw three TD’s last week, two to Kentucky commit wide receiver Alex Stump and one two Notre Dame commit wide receiver Shaun Crawford.
What a difference a week can make.
Two Fridays ago, Corona Centennial (2-2) lost a big lead in a one-point loss to #7 Bishop Gorman (Nevada). Friday night, the Huskies, in their third game against a nationally-ranked team this year, were able to hang-on to a lead to defeat #23 Long Beach Poly 42-34. Continue Reading →
According to the Indy Star, Ben Davis (4-1) took a 21-14 lead at the start of the second half on a 67 yard touchdown pass from Kyle Castner. However, Warren Central showed why it’s won eight Indiana state championships from there on out. The Warriors winning touchdown came with 3:59 left when head coach Jayson West inserted Mykelti Williams at quarterback for the winning four yard score.