Ia palle looks strong against Farrell
The ia palle football team was not going to make a 90-minute drive to Rutgers University on Friday a worthless trip. The last thing they wanted to do was get back on the bus after its game against Monsignor Farrell and have the trip back home feel much longer because of a failed attempt to go 2-0 on the season.
7KH ExSORUHUs WRRN WKH fiHOd IRFusHd Dnd dLd nRW give the iions out of ptaten IslandI Nv a chance to enMRy WKH unLTuH HxSHULHnFH RI opening their season at eigh Point polutions ptadium against an out-of-state challenger.
7KH ExSORUHUs HxKLbLWHd why the majority of the media have them ranked as one of the top teams in Pennsylvania. After a quarWHU, WKH ExSORUHUs OHd 21-0 and cruised to a 3T-20 victory.
penior quarterback Chris Kane was in control for the second consecutive week and completed 13 of his 19 passes for 205 yards and four touchdowns. After two games Kane has 491 yardsI seven touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Kane is not clicking aloneI thoughI as his receivers have helped by showing off their sWHDdy KDnds. 7KH ExSORUHUs KDd fiYH dLIIHUHnW UHFHLYers catch a pass against the iionsI led by senior pean Coleman’s three grabs for U4 yards. Coleman and Kane connected on two 3U-yard touchdown passes win.
With a 3T-T lead at the KDOI, WKH ExSORUHUs ZHnW WR the ground attack to seal the win. They had eight different ballcarriersI led by Ryan BradyI who had eight carries IRU 47 yDUds. 7KH ExSORUHUs totaled 142 rushing yards. iuckily for the iions the bus ride back to ptaten Island was only 30 minutes.
7KH ExSORUHUs ZLOO ORRN to improve to 3-0 on paturday against Cardinal l’eara. No 90 minute bus trip required.