Good Morning
Good Morning
SportsHigh SchoolFootball

Cameron Hayes leads team at QB to help Holy Trinity win

St. Anthony's receiver Victor Morales, No. 81, catches

St. Anthony's receiver Victor Morales, No. 81, catches a ball and is then brought down by Holy Trinity defender Bryan O'Neill, No. 18, during this CHSFL game held in Hicksville. (Sept. 14, 2013) Credit: Jack McCoy

Holy Trinity shut out Monsignor Farrell in the second half of a 21-14 CHSFL win yesterday. Bryan O'Neill caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Cameron Hayes to break a tie at 7 with one minute left in the first half to put Holy Trinity (3-4) in front. Hayes' 10-yard TD run with six minutes left gave the Titans their final margin.

Hayes was 8-for-14 passing for 165 yards and two touchdowns. O'Neill made three catches for 40 yards. Phillip Crawford ran for 60 yards on 14 carries for Trinity and on defense, Nicholas Covino had two sacks, Michael Caddigan and Alexander Ryan had one each and Kristian Green and Shaka Shomari both had interceptions.

St. John the Baptist 50, Kennedy Catholic 6: Jonathan Wiswall ran for 117 yards and two touchdowns on only three carries and Kevin DeMaille Jr. rushed for 88 yards and two scores on only three carries to lead St. John the Baptist (3-3).

DeMaille, behind the blocking of Wiswall, the fullback, broke a tackle and ran for a 58-yard TD on the third play of the game and defensive end Frank Pannacchione recovered a fumble and ran it back 38 yards for a touchdown with about one minute left in the half. Jamal Butler led SJB with 11 tackles at outside linebacker.

More high schools