Weekly Feature

2017-09-13 / Sports

St. Joe’s tops Cardinal O’Hara 41-14


St. Joe’s linebacker Nick Julian brings down Nasir Benton of Cardinal O’Hara during the Marauders 41-14 win Friday. 
Photo by Jake FrenchPurchase color photos at www.BeeNews.com St. Joe’s linebacker Nick Julian brings down Nasir Benton of Cardinal O’Hara during the Marauders 41-14 win Friday. Photo by Jake FrenchPurchase color photos at www.BeeNews.com St. Joe’s rolled to a league win over crosstown rival Cardinal O’Hara, defeating the Hawks 41-14 Friday.

Roland McCarley got things started early with an 85-yard kickoff return for a score. A failed extra point left the score at 6-0.

Just about two minutes late, Casey Kelly ran a keeper in from 13 yards out and again for the two-point conversion to make it 14-0. Late in the first quarter, Kelly found Micah Brown for a 34-yard score to give St. Joe’s a 20-0 lead.

Early in the second quarter, Kelly hit Garrett House for an 83-yard touchdown. McCarley ran in the two-point to make it 28-0, which was the score at half.

Kelly threw two more touchdowns in the third quarter to Phaybian Livingston and Garrett House to run the score to 41-0.


Cardinal O’Hara defensive back Jermaine Haynes breaks up a St. Joe’s Hail Mary attempt just before halftime. The Marauders ran out to a big lead and cruised to a 41-14 victory at home over the Hawks Friday. 
Photo by Jake FrenchPurchase color photos at www.BeeNews.com Cardinal O’Hara defensive back Jermaine Haynes breaks up a St. Joe’s Hail Mary attempt just before halftime. The Marauders ran out to a big lead and cruised to a 41-14 victory at home over the Hawks Friday. Photo by Jake FrenchPurchase color photos at www.BeeNews.com Cardinal O’Hara got on the board in the fourth quarter with two Jermaine Haynes’ touchdown passes to Justin Hemphill.

In all, Kelly threw for 182 yards and had five total touchdowns. House had 132 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. He also led the team in tackles with 10, two of which went for a loss. Reily Wood had six tackles.

The Marauders will next play Friday at 7 p.m. at New Era Field, where they willtake on Section V power Aquinas. They’ll again play at the stadium Sept. 22 against rival Canisius.

Cardinal O’Hara will host Batavia Saturday at 1 p.m.

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