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Bishop Carroll 27, Central Cambria 17 (9/30/11)

October 1, 2011

by Stacey Edwards

It was a wet and cold night in Loretto PA as these two teams faced each other in their 10th year anniversary of a rivalry that started in 2001, withthe two schools sharing a property line located just 1,000 feet away from one another.

The first half got underway with Central Cambria completing a 25-yard pass to set them up for the first touchdown of the night.

Bishop Cambria answered quickly in the 2nd quarter with their first touchdown on the biggest play of the game, a 100-yard kick return by #2 Josh Barzdo, who was later named the Most Valuable Player. The first quarter ended with the score 13-10, in favor of Bishop Carroll.

As the second half got started the weather changed to a sleet/snow mixture, but that didn’t stop the Huskies or the Devils from taking with on the field hoping to win this game. Ryan Lauer for the Huskies made a huge play with a 32-yard run but got injured at 2nd and goal. After Lauer left the field, Barzdo scored another touchdown, bringing the final score to 27-17, Bishop Carroll.

 

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