Varsity Boys Football

Sacred Heart Prep 48, King's Academy 7

Date of competition: Friday, September 27, 2013

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Sacred Heart Prep improved to 4-0 in football with an impressive 48-7 dismantling of host King's Academy on Friday night in Sunnyvale. The Gators rushed for 313 yards while holding the Knights to a minus 10 yards rushing. King's had a minus three yards on the ground in the first half as SHP held a 21-7 lead.

Sacred Heart 14 7 7 20 — 48
King’s Academy 0 7 0 0 — 7
SHP — Randall 1 run (Tinsley kick)
SHP — Kraemer 22 run (Tinsley kick)
SHP — Segre 28 pass from Randall (Tinsley kick)
King's -- Friske 27 pass from Sabel (Vereschagin kick)
SHP — Martella 13 pass from Randall (Tinsley kick)
SHP — Grau 1 run (Tinsley kick)
SHP — Segre 3 run (kick failed)
SHP — Odell 71 run (Tinsley kick)
SHP, Odell 1-71, Grau 8-66, Segre 14-58, Kraemer 5-50, Randall 3-18, Tinsley 3-17, Lee 5-14, Burr-Kirven 3-8, Mendoza 2-8, Hardy 1-5, March 1-0. King’s, Mai 5-7, Wilson 2-0, Miclean 1-0, Sabel 11-(minus-17). Totals: Sacred Heart Prep 46-315; King's Academy 19-(minus 10).
PASSING: SHP, Randall 7-9-0-132, March 3-5-1 65. King’s, Sabel 10-13-1-114. Totals: Sacred Heart Prep 10-14-1-197; King's Academy 10-13-1-114.
RECEIVING: SHP, Segre 4-71, Martella 2-47, Lee 2-5, Grau 1-43, Reilly 1-31. King’s, Friske 6-75, Miclean 2-29, Kiros 1-11, Lee 1-(minus-1). Totals: Sacred Heart Prep 10-107; King's Academy 10-114.
Records: Sacred Heart Prep 4-0; King’s Academy 1-2

posted by Palo Alto Online on Sep 27, 2013 at 9:29 pm

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