Varsity Boys Football

Sacred Heart Prep 35, King's Academy 21

Date of competition: Saturday, September 27, 2014

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Sacred Heart Prep head coach Pete Lavorato picked up his 100th career victory with the Gators as Mason Randall threw three touchdown passes in a 35-21 nonleague football victory over visiting King's Academy on Saturday. Randall connected with Nick O'Donnell for a 61-yard score, hooked up with Andrew Daschbach for a 28-yard score to lofted a 20-yard strike to Mitch Martella as Sacred Heart Prep improved to 4-0. Randall completed six of 10 passes for 140 yards after throwing for 382 last week. Lapitu Mahoni led the rushing attack with 98 yards while O'Donnell had 92 receiving yards.

King's Academy 0 7 7 7 -- 21
Sacred Heart Prep 7 13 8 7 -- 35
SHP -- Tinsley 4 run (Tinsley kick)
King's -- Falkowski recovers fumble in end zone (Donnelly kick)
SHP -- O'Donnell 61 pass from Randall (Tinsley kick)
SHP -- Daschbach 28 pass from Randall (kick failed)
SHP -- Randall 1 run (Daschbach pass from Randall)
King's -- Duncan 66 interception return (Donnelly kick)
SHP -- Martella 20 pass from Randall (Tinsley kick)
King's -- Miclean 15 pass from Sabel (Donnelly kick)
Records: King's Academy 2-1; Sacred Heart Prep 4-0

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