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Ursuline Catholic wears down Beca in 2nd half. 44-21Final.

Written by: on Saturday, August 30th, 2008. Follow Chad Breidinger on Twitter.

 

Chad Breidinger/Reporter
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Ursuline Catholic of Youngstown, Ohio scores 30-points in the 2nd half to beat Bethlehem Catholic and improve their record to (2-0).

The game was very competitive in the first half with Ursuline leading 13-7 at the break. Beca was constantly getting penetration into the backfield and racking up tackles for losses. However, the big play is what hurt the Hawks.

Ursuline was very deep in the skill positions using 5 RB’s and 3 QB’s throughout the game.

Daryl Mason started off the scoring with a 41-yard TD run. It appeared as if he was stooped but then popped out and ran free. Ursuline 7-0.

In the second quarter Allen Jones went in from the 1-yard line to make it 13-0. The PAT was missed.

Beca finally got on the board when Tevrin Brandon returned a punt 39-yards to paydirt cutting the lead to 13-7

In the first half there were a total of 8 punts between both teams as each played stellar defense.

The start of the second half is when Ursuline widened the gap. Nico Irizarry ran for 45-yards for an apparent TD but a holding penalty brought back the Touchdown. They continued to run their stable of RB’s with Allen Jones finally taking it in from 10-yards out on that same drive. Ursuline converted the 2pt conversion to extend its lead 21-7.

Beca was then forced to punt on the next possession. The ball was snapped low and as the punter tried to pick it up he was smashed sending the ball to the turf and eventually in the hands of Matt Krause who ran it in to increase their lead to 28-7.

After another Ursuline punt it was Tevrin Brandon at it again returning the punt 40-yards to the 20-yard line. A few plays later and Darrius Webb reversed field and scored from 6-yards out. 28-14.

A combination of a personal foul (facemask), a long pass play, and an 18-yard run by Jones led to Irizarry scoring from 3-yards out. 35-14.

On the next series Beca QB Brian Morris was called for intentional ground in the endzone resulting in a safety. 37-14.

Ursuline finished it’s scoring on a Wade Daniels 9-yard run. 44-14.

Beca scored one last time on a 12-yard shuffle pass by Webb. 44-21.

Next week Beca hosts Allen.

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One Response to “Ursuline Catholic wears down Beca in 2nd half. 44-21Final.”

  1. Frank Dundee says:

    My son is on the Ursuline football team and I traveled from Youngstown to the game. It was a beautiful facility. The fans from Beca were some of the nicest and most welcoming I have ever encountered at an away game. More than one person saw my Ursuline shirt and came over to talk and I even met several people with Youngstown ties. Best of luck to Beca for a successful year!



Chad