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St. Peter’s Prep 56, Boston College High 0 (9/29/12)

September 30, 2012

The St. Peter’s Prep Marauders took on the Boston College High Eagles today at Rutgers University Stadium. The Eagles came into this game banged up with 7 starters out with injuries. The Marauders got out to a quick lead and never looked back as they blew out the Eagles by a score of 56-0.

St. Peter’s received the ball first and immediately drove down the field. Quarterback Michael Rabasca connected with wide receiver Charlie Callinan on a play action fake to score the first touchdown of the game for the Marauders. The Eagles try to match the Marauders drive but stall on the 20-yard line and turn the ball over on downs. On the ensuing drive, Rabasca connected with Tre Bell for a 30-yard strike to put the Marauders up 14-0 late in the first quarter. After BC High failed to move the ball they were forced to punt it back to St. Peter’s. The Marauders needed only 3 plays to score again. This time Rabasca connected with Callinan again for his 2nd touchdown of the day. The Marauders held onto a 21-0 lead until sophomore Jonathan Hilliman scored on a 20-yard run to extend the lead to 27-0. With just :14 left in the first half, Callahan scored again on a pass from Rabasca. The Marauders went into halftime with a 33-0 lead.

The second half was the same story for St. Peter’s Prep, scoring touchdown after touchdown to extend their lead on the Eagles. Late in the third quarter, defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick intercepted a pass and took it all the back for a touchdown. The score put the Marauders up 49-0. Junior Trejon Dinkins scored on a 60-yard run to cap off the scoring for St. Peter’s Prep. The Marauders ended up winning the game 56-0 and hoisted the Great American Rivalry Series trophy.

Junior Charlie Callinan was named the MVP by media in attendance.

 

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