In a rivalry that dates back 51 years to 1966, the Holy Bowl, the Dons of Cathedral Catholic hold the all-time series lead coming into the game at 32 wins to St. Augustine’s 21, but the last 6 meetings have been split at 3 wins a piece and in the last 10 meetings the away team has won each time. In this matchup between two regularly nationally ranked teams, the Saints are looking to clinch their district title, while the Dons are just trying to add an exclamation point to a so-so regular season.
Hayden is a three-year letterman with a 4.33 GPA and a 35 on his ACT. He is a UT All-Academic Team member and is one of the most competitive and knowledgeable students of the game. He understands every offensive position and their role.
Mo has been a three-year starter and four-year letterman on the varsity football team. Playing all along the offensive and defensive line, he is the Dean of Linemen. Mo is a big part of our Christian Service Life, acting as a big brother to a Kairos Leader and makes regular weekend visits to the orphanage in Tijuana.
Tyler played in this rivalry against St. Augustine three times. During his high school career, he totaled over 3,200 rushing yards averaging nearly 9 yards per carry and 165 yards per game and 58 total touchdowns. Tyler went on to play for the Stanford Cardinal football and baseball teams. As a running back in the Pac-12 he was named second team All-Pac 12 and USA Today second team All-American, as well as the Pac-12 Championship MVP in 2013. Tyler was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the 2014 NFL draft. In August of 2017 he was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Accepting the award on his behalf is coach Sean Doyle.
Tyler was a three-year starter on the varsity team, playing in the rivalry all three of those years. In Tyler’s senior season, on the team’s way to the CIF Championship, he was a contributor on both sides of the ball. In that year’s rivalry game, he rushed 11 times for 40 yards and 1 TD. On the defensive side, he recorded 13 tackles to lead the defense and the team to a 19 – 9 victory.