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Jesuit 35, Holy Cross 28 (9/22/10)

September 23, 2010

by Shanna Allen

At 2:43 into the 1st quarter, the Holy Cross Tigers got on the board with a 5-yard touchdown and extra point to take an early lead 7-0. Jesuit scored at the end of the first but missed the field goal attempt, making it 7-6 Tigers.

Holy Cross opened up the second quarter with 66-yard return, scoring a touchdown and field goal for a 14-6 advantage. The Tigers score once again to make it 21-6, after a 25-yard carry by Daryl Whatland and a 1st and 10 pass completion for a 14-yard gain.

Jesuit’s Austin Duncan comes back with a 43-yard return to the 37-yard line, but Jesuit was unable to move the ball to the end zone, leaving the halftime score at 21-6 Holy Cross.

Jesuit finally scores at 2:07 in the 3rd quarter, then another touchdown and two-point conversion tie the game at 21-21.

Dobbins moves the ball into the end zone at the top of the fourth for another Jesuit touchdown! The field goal is good and Jesuit takes their first lead of the game at 27 – 21 Jesuit takes the lead for the first time in the game.

Holy Cross fumbles the return and it is s picked up by Jesuit on the 15-yard-line. Dobbins scores again running in the ball, putting Jesuit ahead 35-21 with a late game comeback. The Tigers score once more, but it’s not enough to re-capture the lead, and Jesuit wins 35-28.


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