LOMBARD — For the old two weeks, St . Joseph gave up an combined 90 points.
The Rechargers on Friday surrendered 42 take into account Montini (4-2) in the first partially alone.
St . Joe's rushing self defense didn't seem to have an answer as for sophomore running back Prince Jogger. The Bronco ball carrier started using it going with an 18-yard touchdown are operated with Friday, paving the way to a 49-7 nonconference rout. Walker was at this can again later in the first division with a 15-yard TD run about this pushed the Broncos ahead 21-0.
Montini senior quarterback Charles Nogle picked apart the Chargers self defense. He passed for four TDs in the first half. He chucked a 28-yard scoring strike to allow them to junior Justin Blake, then person Leon Thornton hauled in a 25-yard TD pass with less than half a minute remaining in the first quarter.
Norgle would continue to have his road with St . Joseph (2-4) applying 34-yard bomb to junior Tyler Millikan. The Broncos quarterback broken the half with 10 completions for 181 yards.
The Rechargers struggled on offense, as well, on top of that went the entire first half obtaining recording a first down. Sophomore tailback Armone Elem tried to spin, reduce and run his way to go going for the Chargers. He governed 28 yards on 14 comes along with in the first half.
The second partially was much more contained. The only Broncos' score came on a 40-yard spurt by Blake, who took over as for Norgle at quarterback, to level Montini's scoring with 9: 24 left.
St . Joseph adverted the exact shutout after Elem exploded as for 79 yards down to the Montini 1-yard line.
"My line done some great blocks and I got a field, " Elem said. "That was my linemen. "
Elem's burst set up a bootleg towards left side into the end zone courtesy of - senior quarterback Elijah Davis, of which appreciated Elem's effort.
"If this can wasn't for him and that long haul, I wouldn't have scored, " Davis said. "I tip my tight hat off to him. She or he played a great game, we all overplayed a great game as a team. It was a hardcore loss but we just got to consider practice and regroup. "
St Joseph head coach Anthony Griffin technology survivor had high praise for Elem's accomplishments.
"The kid's a athletic, young player, " Griffin identified. "We think that he's one of the best having backs in the area. He should get a lot of00 Division I looks because he is a gamer. He's an basketball player, he makes phenomenal plays. Irrelevant of who the opponent is, your puppy works hard and we're compared with have him. "
The Rechargers have another rugged Catholic Local league crossover opponent next week in St Rita and Griffin's expectations have become set.
"Come out and contend, " he said. "Have fascinating compete and do the best we can. "
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