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BRISTOL, Dec. 8 – Two Falcons were named to the All-Nutmeg team in voting by the league coaches. Senior linebacker and running back T.J. Peloquin and senior lineman David Dronzank were honored. Peloquin set a new co-op record by scoring 32 points (5 TDs, 2-point conversion) in the win over RHAM, 41-7. He led the team in rushing (439 yards) and TDs (9).
NEW HAVEN, Dec. 2 -- Ansonia (13-0) pulled away from Bloomfield in the second half to win the Class S championship while Greenwich (12-1) won its first Class LL title since 1999 with a victory over Southington.
BRISTOL, Nov. 18 – Senior T.J. Peloquin set a new co-op record by scoring 32 points in a single game with 5 touchdown runs and a two-point conversion as St. Paul/Goodwin Tech/Lewis Mills won its season finale with a dominating 41-7 Nutmeg League victory over RHAM/Lyman Memorial Saturday afternoon at Muzzy Field.
Peloquin ran for a season-high 155 yards and scored on runs of 5, 20, 18, 8 and 8 yards. “His ability to run the football has always been there,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. “I think our offensive line has made some improvement and we were able to a push on the line.”
St. Paul QB Tyler McIntyre was 7-of-12 for 182 yards including a 72-yard TD pass to Ryan Moore, one yard shy of the co-op record of 73 yards. The Falcons (2-9, 2-8 Nutmeg) finished with 420 yards of total offense. Defensively, Winston Jones and J.P. Jacobsen each had interceptions for St. Paul.
The game had been scheduled for Friday night but it was postponed due to wet grounds. "I was proud of the effort of the kids the whole season," Kelly told The Herald Press. "I don't think we ever got off course as far as work ethic, believing in your coaches, believing in each other and trying to get better every day in practice."
CIAC fines St. Paul, football team placed on probation
CHESHIRE, Dec. 1 –St. Paul High was fined $3,000, had its football program played on probation for two years (2007-08) and had to forfeit a victory (Bullard Havens) for illegally recruiting three players from New Britain, the CIAC ruled. "This decision by the CIAC to sanction St. Paul for recruiting violations helps to maintain the integrity of high school athletics," New Britain athletic director Len Corto told the New Britain Herald.
Two of the three players eventually played for St. Paul this fall. Both were injured and didn’t play in wins over Farmington and RHAM. Recruitment is defined by the CIAC as "the use of undue influence and/or special inducement by anyone associated with a school in an attempt to encourage a prospective student to attend or remain at that school for the purpose of participating in interscholastic athletics."
CHESHIRE, Nov. 17 – The CIAC has ruled that St. Paul must forfeit its victory over Bullard Havens on Sept. 16, because the Falcons used an ineligible player. Speculation has centered around an investigation of possible illegal recruiting by St. Paul that the CIAC is currently conducting. But no further comment could be gathered from the CIAC on Friday on why they ordered St. Paul to forfeit its victory. New Britain High accused St. Paul of illegally recruiting two players earlier this fall. St. Paul’s victory over Farmington on Oct. 28 remains.
BRISTOL, Nov. 11 – Bobby Abate scored 3 TDs, including two on pass receptions from QB Greg Boornazian as Rocky Hill (4-4-1, 4-4 Nutmeg) blanked St. Paul, 41-0 at Muzzy Field on Saturday night. Abate led all rushers with a season-high 174 yards on 14 carries. Boornazian completed just four passes but three went for TDs. Teammate Dan Carducci ran for 160 yards on 19 carries and had seven punt returns for 253 yards.
"We weren't able to stop the run," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. "We did on a few occasions but when we didn't they broke some big plays."
Earlier in the week, Kelly talked about focus for his team and how the work they put in now will pay dividends in the future. "My style of coaching and my belief is that the game is always bigger than the final score," Kelly told the Bristol Press. "I tell my players be thankful that they have the opportunity to play the great game of football and to keep fighting a playing to the end, no matter what the outcome is."
Plainville runnning attack is unstoppable
PLAINVILLE, Nov. 3 – Plainville’s junior tailback David Soltis scored four TDs as the Blue Devils ran for a season-high 416 yards on the ground in a 42-8 win over the Falcons Friday night in Plainville. "(Soltis) is a very tough player to stop," Plainville Mike Archangelo told the New Britain Herald. "He's a second effort guy, and he hits the hole so hard and so fast." St. Paul scored early when the Falcons’ David Dronzank recovered a fumble on the Plainville 25-yard line, leading to a T.J. Peloquin TD run.
BRISTOL, Nov. 1 -- The CIAC is still investigating a charge made by New Britain High School that St. Paul coach Jude Kelly illegally recruited two players. But Kelly, who is also dean of students at the school, remains passionate about the school.
"We're very above-board about how we do things,” he told the New Britain Herald. “We'd like to think that for every kid who has an interest in St. Paul, every faculty member and every person involved with the school is going to go out of their way to make them feel welcome.”
Kelly believes in the school. "We sell our school," he said. "I don't call it recruiting. I call it believing in the school, I have a love for the school and what the school stands for. I'll sell the school to anybody I talk to and I'm talking about the quality of education, the character of the people in the school, and if a family chooses to have their kid involved, more power to them."
BRISTOL, Oct. 29 – The Falcons ran 31 of the first 40 plays in the second half to seize control of a three-point ballgame and earn its second win of the season with a 23-12 victory over Farmington Sunday afternoon. A 19-yard TD pass from Tyler McIntyre to Ron Cannata iced the contest with 9:06 remaining. “I think they are getting tired of hearing me say every day that if they do the right things, eventually good things will happen,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The New Britain Herald. “You have to have quality kids who will keep trusting you.”
St. Paul took a 2-0 lead when the Farmington punter was tackled in the end zone but Farmington quickly responded on a 47-yard run from converted linebacker Jeremiah Edwards. But St. Paul didn’t flinch. They marched downfield crisply, sparked by a 49-yard pass from McIntyre to Kyle Cruz. A 17-yard gain by Winston Jones set up a 1-yard TD run by McIntyre for a 9-6 lead.
BRISTOL, Oct. 27 -- Due to the forecast for heavy rain on Saturday, the Homecoming game against Farmington has been postponed to Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. at Muzzy Field, weather and field conditions permitting.
Dragons too hot for Falcons
NEW BRITAIN, Oct. 21 – It was the largest scoring output of the season but visiting Middletown was able leap out to a quick 25-point lead and outlast the Falcons, 67-28 at Willow Brook Park on Saturday night. QB Tyler McIntyre, replacing starter Rafel Garcarz who broke his arm in last week’s loss to Enfield, was 15-of-36 for 257 yards but he was intercepted four times. Middletown's Lorenzo Baker had 3 interceptions and returned two for TDs.
Shamar Carr led Middletown (5-1, 5-1) with 2 TDs and he threw for a pair as well. Carr was 12-of-21 for 245 yards and 2 TDs in the air and 14-130 and 2 TDs on the ground. Teammate Devin Dukes (11-104) ran for 2 TDs and caught another TD pass.
"We started off shaky and we made far too many mistakes," St. Paul head coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. "We're a young team and it's hard to dig out of that big a hole. We haven't played anyone with that type of speed. Middletown is certainly the fastest team we've seen this year."
The 67 points allowed ties the second-highest number of points that the Falcons have allowed ever. St. Paul allowed 77 in a 77-6 loss to Montville in 1997 and 67 in a 67-13 loss to Bristol Central in 1983.
ENFIELD, Oct. 14 – Enfield’s Alex Andersen scored on a three-yard TD run with 16 seconds left in the game to lift the Raiders to a come-from-behind victory and hand the Falcons (1-4, 0-4) their fourth straight loss. “Our defense played well enough to win throughout the entire game,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. “Inconsistency and an inability to do enough things on offense really hurt us.”
Chris Powers replaced Rafal Garcarz midway through the second quarter after Garcarz was hurt. Davon Davis had a career-high 128 yards on 28 carries but the inconsistency of the Falcon offense was evident. “They work hard,” Kelly said. “We just have to find a way to get them some confidence at the end and play a little better.”
After Enfield took a 7-0 lead, the Falcons responded with a 16 play, 75-yard drive to take the lead. T.J. Peloquin scored his first TD of the year and Davis converted on the conversion run for a two-point lead with 11:53 to go. Enfield marched 75 yards on 16 plays on its game-winning drive.
St. Paul can't keep pace in loss to Eagles
BRISTOL, Oct. 7 - -The Falcons had a four-point lead at halftime but couldn’t finish in a 22-12 loss to East Catholic/Cheney Tech in the home opener at Muzzy Field. “We’re getting closer,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. “We’re practicing hard. The kids are getting better. We just have to get to that point where we can play as a team and put the whole thing together and have everyone believe in each other and find a way to win instead of a way to lose.”
East Catholic took advantage of a poor punt and gambled on a 4th and 17 as QB Nico DeNovellis completed a 19-yard TD pass to Nick Greenbacker to take the lead in the third quarter. St. Paul took advantage of two fumbles and a key penalty to build a 12-8 lead at halftime. After East Catholic took a 8-6 lead, the Falcons responded quickly.
Falcons receiver Marcus Aiken bobbled a pass from QB Rafael Garcarz that was caught by teammate J.P. Jacobsen who ran an additional 35 yards for a 79-yard touchdown completion with 51 seconds left in the half.
Falcons can't finish off bid for upset win
WEST HARTFORD, Sept. 30 – The Falcons were able to move the ball. They just couldn’t finish. Host Northwest Catholic twice stopped St. Paul/Goodwin Tech/Lewis Mills inside the 10-yard line in a 14-6 victory. The Falcons, who had 337 yard of offense, including 194 through the air, had drives stall at the Northwest 4 and 1 yard lines.
“The kids played their hearts out. They played with pride,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. “We just couldn’t finish it in the end. We couldn’t make the play when we had to.”
St. Paul took a 6-0 lead with 10:29 left when QB Rafal Garcarz (8-17-1, 194) found Marcus Aiken behind the defense for a 95 yard touchdown reception. The two-point conversion run was stopped. The Falcon defense stood tall Saturday. Northwest ran just one play in St. Paul territory in the first half but after the score, the Indians took the lead on a 11-play, 66-yard drive, highlighted by a key 19-yard reception from QB Mike Bourdon to Jake Golic on a 3rd and 18 play to the St. Paul 4-yard line.
Rich Kevorkian scored on a 4 yard run with 4:29 left and Rob Dornfield’s extra point made it 7-6. NWC added an insurance TD with 48 seconds left.
It was the third straight road game for the Falcons. “We're implementing a system, not just running random plays," Kelly said, referring to the option-style offense that the Falcons like to run. "It's predicated on timing and discipline. Every player on the field has to pick up their assignment in order for us to execute and be effective."
NEW BRITAIN, Sept. 29 – New Britain High School is asking the CIAC to investigate allegations that St. Paul football coach Jude Kelly broke CIAC rules by recruiting two New Britain athletes to the Bristol school for the sole purpose to enabling them to play football. Kelly refered all questions to St. Paul principal Daniel Carroll. The CIAC is investigating and hopes to have a report by mid-October.
BERLIN, Sept. 22 – Two key fumbles stalled the marches of the Falcons in a 30-6 loss to Berlin at Sage Park. The Falcons cut a 8-0 lead to two in the second quarter on a 5 yard run by Davon Davis on a 44-yard drive sparked by a 21-yard reception from Marcus Aiken from QB Tyler McIntyre.
But when Berlin’s Cameron Johnson scooped up a Davis fumble early in the third quarter, he rambled 65 yards to give Berlin some breathing room and a 10-point lead. On its next drive, St. Paul marched sharply 76 yards on 11 plays to the Berlin 4 but coughed up the ball again. Five plays later, Berlin iced the game with a 62 yard run from Andrew Homberger.
“We played good defense,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told the Bristol Press. “We just didn’t help (the offense). As a team, we need to get more consistent on that side of the ball.”
BRIDGEPORT, Sept. 16 – The Falcons began year two of the Jude Kelly era with a 14-0 shutout victory on opening night over Bullard Havens. Tyler McIntrye threw a pair of touchdown passes for the Falcons. It was the second shutout win on opening night in the program's history. The only other opening day shutout was in 1974 when St. Paul blanked Bulkeley, 8-0.
St. Paul did well defensively, limiting Bullard Havens to just 128 yards of offense. “I thought the defense was excellent,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Bristol Press. “I thought they did a good job against the run.” Offensively, the Falcons were sluggish, especially when they moved into Bullard Haven’s territory. “The option takes time and we didn’t do a good job of blocking and running the offense,” Kelly said.
It was just the third opening day win for the Falcons in the last 17 years. St. Paul last won its opener in 2002 when they beat Avon, 17-6. St. Paul's last shutout came in 2003.
BRISTOL, Sept. 15 – While St. Paul/Goodwin Tech/Lewis Mills’ head coach Jude Kelly likes the enthusiasm of his team, he realizes that the youth and inexperience of his team will be something to overcome this year. "I like the enthusiasm of our youth," Kelly told the Bristol Press. "But the same thing that's a plus for us is also a minus. Most of these kids haven't played much at the varsity level." Captains this year T.J. Peloquin (LB/RB) from St. Paul, Dave Dronzank (C/DL) from Goodwin Tech, J.P. Jacobsen (DB/WR) from St. Paul and Tyler McIntyre (QB).
Other top players look to be Lewis Mills junior Chris Powers (LB), junior Justin Durica (line) and junior Jonathan Adamski (line). Assistant coaches this fall include Tim Feschler, offensive coordinator; Tony Mazzarella, OL; Gary Costello, WR; Bob Tigno, defensive coordinator; Al Mancini, DB; Chris Kennedy, LB and John Malarney, DL.
Warm up the bus
4 of 1st 5 games are on road
BRISTOL, Aug. 16 – Year two of the Jude Kelly era begins at St. Paul on Monday with practice beginning for the high school season. A year after going winless, the Falcons went 5-5 a year ago. St. Paul, which will co-op with Goodwin Tech-New Britain and Lewis Mills-Burlington for the second year, opens with four of its first five games on the road. But they finish with five of their final seven games under the lights at Muzzy Field.
SP: Ryan Moore 72 pass from Tyler McIntyre (Adamski kick)
RUSHING: RHAM – Ben Schadtle 13-88, Axel Ost 7-27, Eric Brainard 1-0, Jeff Gundek 4-minus 4, Peter Knockenhauer 4-minus 8, St. Paul – T.J. Peloquin 18-155, Winston Jones 23-78, Tyler McIntyre 5-4, Brian Kaczynski 1-1
PASSING: RHAM -- Jeff Gundek 1-8-2, 10, Schadtle 0-1, Knockenhauer 1-3, 16; St. Paul – Tyler McIntyre 7-12-0, 182
RECEIVING: RHAM – Ben Schadtle 1-10; Ryan Allison 1-16; St. Paul – Kyle Cruz 4-81, Ryan Moore 1-72, Rob Cannata 2-29
RUSHING Att-Yds TDs
Peloquin 82-439 9
Davis 51-313 1
Jones 61-218 0
Aiken 22-80 0
Ortiz 21-73 0
Doughty 19-43 0
Garcarz 20-41 1
Dronzank 10-25 0
Powers 8-19 0
Jacobsen 1-6 0
Cruz 1-5 0
Giovanni 1-2 0
Kaczynski 1-1 0
Adamski 1-0 0
McIntyre 30-(-2) 2
PASSING C-Att-Int Yds TDs
McIntyre 66-167-5 969 5
Garcarz 18-43-5 280 2
RECEIVING C-Yds TD
Jacobsen 18-292 2
Cannatta 17-160 1
Cruz 15-226 0
Peloquin 7-122 0
Moore 6-159 1
McIntyre 2-24 0
Jones 1-17 0
Davis 1-6 0
TDs PAT 2pt Pts
Peloquin 9-0 0 3 60
Aiken 0-2 0 0 18
Jacobsen 0-2 0 0 12
McIntyre 2-0 0 0 12
Cannata 0-2 0 0 12
Adamski 0-0 8 0 8
Davis 1-0 0 1 8
Moore 0-1 0 0 6
Garcarz 1-0 0 0 6
Team 0-0 0 0 4*
Rocky Hill 41, St. Paul 0
Roc. Hill (4-4-1) 13 14 7 7 -- 41
St. Paul (2-7) 0 0 0 0 -- 0
RH: Bobby Abate 39 pass from Greg Boornazian (Dan Carducci kick)
RH: Abate 61 run (kick failed)
RH: Carducci 88 run (Carducci kick)
RH: Carducci 53 pass from Boornazian (Carducci kick)
RH: Abate 39 pass from Boornazian (Carducci kick)
RH: Eric Lecco 4 run (Carducci kick)
RUSHING: Rocky Hill -- Bobby Abate 14-174, Greg Boornazian 3-1, Dan Carducci 19-160, Josh Esposito 1-minus 1, Rich Hansen 1-0, T.J. Magnoli 1-0, Julia Serra 1-minus 4; St. Paul -- T.J. Peloquin 6-13, Winston Jones 2-3, Tyler McIntyre 1-9
PASSING: Rocky Hill -- Boornazian 4-5-0, 159; St. Paul -- McIntyre 11-39-1, 119
RECEIVING: Rocky Hill Abate 2-78, Carducci 2-81; St. Paul -- Jacobsen 1-7, Kyle Cruz 4-47, Ryan Moore 2-41, Rob Cannata 4-24
RETURNS: Carducci (RH) 7-253 (punts)
Plainville 42, St. Paul 8
St. Paul (2-6) 8 0 0 0 -- 8
Plainville (4-4) 0 15 0 27 – 42
SP: T.J. Peloquin 5 run (Peloquin run), 3:31
P: Dave Soltis 53 run (Steve Arduni pass from Todd Carroll)
P: Soltis 3 run (Andrew Satalino kick)
P: Soltis 9 run (kick failed)
P: Carroll 64 run (Satalino kick)
P: Soltis 65 run (Satalino kick)
P: Europe Flowers 23 run (Satalino kick)
RUSHING: St. Paul -- Tyler McIntyre 3-minus 11, Winston Jones 7-26, T.J. Peloquin 9-39; Plainville -- Todd Carroll 6-70, David Soltis 17-187, Ben Sparks 14-105, Europe Flowers 4-47, Tyler Diaz 1-7
PASSING: St. Paul -- McIntyre 13-32-0, 110; Plainville -- Carroll 1-1, 13
RECEIVING: St. Paul -- Rob Cannata 7-58, Peloquin 1-17, Jones 1-17, Moore 1-2, Cruz 1-2; Plainville -- Arduini 1-13
St. Paul 23, Farm. 12
Farmington (2-4) 6 6 0 0 -- 12
St. Paul (2-5) 9 6 0 8 -- 23
SP: Safety -- Punter Steve Nadel (F) tackled in end zone, 10:01
F: Jeremiah Edwards 47 run (kick failed), 2:20
SP: Tyler McIntyre 1 run (Jon Adamski kick), 0:54
F: Thomas Jones 19 pass from Marc Wilson (kick failed), 10:07
SP: T.J. Peloquin 6 run (kick failed), 1:12
SP: Rob Cannata 19 pass from McIntyre (Peloquin run), 9:06
RUSHING: Farmington – Edwards 7-90, Matt Robinson 7-7, Wilson 10-7; St. Paul – Winston Jones 22-85, Peloquin 15-59, David Dronzanik 6-22, McIntyre 2-minus 1
PASSING: Farmington – Wilston 5-15-0, 51; Edwards 0-1; St. Paul – McIntyre 11-17-0, 154
RECEIVING: Farmington – Jones 1-19, Eric Barrett 1-15, Robinson 1-9, Tyler Zajac 1-6, Edwards 1-2; St. Paul – Peloquin 4-58, Kyle Cruz 3-59, Jacobsen 2-12, Cannata 1-19, Ryan Moore 1-6
Middletown 67, SP 28
At New Britain
Middletown (5-1) 25 16 7 19 --67
St. Paul (1-5) 14 7 7 0 – 28
M: Devin Dukes 69 run (Kevin Timbro kick)
M: Andre Privott 68 punt return (kick fails)
M: Lorenzo Baker 58 pass from Shamar Carrr (kick fails)
M: Baker 25 interception return (kick fails)
SP: Marcus Aiken 84 kickoff return (John Adamski kick)
SP: Tyler McIntyre 1 run (Adamski kick)
M: Ishmael James 73 pass from Carr (Case Garner kick)
M: Dukes 1 run (Garner kick)
SP: T.J. Peloquin 4 run (Adamski kick)
M: Safety. McIntyre tackled in end zone
M: Carr 5 run (Garner kick)
SP: Rob Cannata 9 pass from McIntyre (Adamski kick)
M: Dukes 5 pass from Carrr (kick fails)
M: James 35 interception return (kick fails)
M: Carr 55 run (Garner kick)
RUSHING -- Middletown: Dukes 11-104, Carr 14-130, Ephraim Watson 1-1, Charles Watson 1-6; St. Paul/GT/LM: Davon Davies 2-minus 9, Kyle Cruz 1-5, McIntyre 7-minus 25, Aiken 8-18, Adamski 1-0, Peloquin 5-22, Winston Jones 1-2
RECEIVING -- Middletown: Dukes 6-50, James 1-73, Ronnie Brown 1-7, Baker 2-68, Privott 2-32; St. Paul: Peloquin 2-47, Jacobsen 6-78, Cruz 2-32, Ryan Moore 1-38, Rob Cannata 2-18, Aiken 2-40.
Enfield 13, St. Paul 8
St. Paul (1-4) 0 0 0 8 – 8
Enfield (1-4)0 0 7 6 – 6
E: Alex Andersen 72 run (Adam Loveday kick)
SP: T.J. Peloquin 2 run (Davon Davis run), 11:53
E: Andersen 3 run (pass fails), 0:16
RUSHING – SP/GT/LM: Davon Davis 28-129, T.J. Peloquin 5-13, Marcus Aiken 4-36, David Dronzank 4-3, Chris Powers 2-minus 2; Enfield: Alex Andersen 2-75, Chris Reidy 5-11, Adam Loveday 1-10, Walt Moon 4-10, Tyler Ames 1-1, Brendon Thompson 1-0, Peter Kelley 7-minus 9
RECEIVING – SP/GT/LM – Jacobsen 1-10, Aiken 3-67; Enfield: Brandon Thompson 2-28, Pascious Mink 2-20, Carl Beaupre 2-24, Loveday 2-20, Andersen 2-11, Matt Barry 1-7, Lee Folkes 1-7, Ames 1-3
East Cath. 22, St. Paul 12
East Catholic (3-1) 0 8 8 6 -- 22
St. Paul (1-3) 6 6 0 0 -- 12
SP: Rafal Garcarz 1 run (kick failed), 2:04
EC: Jordan Evans 3 run (Dan Garcia run), 1:19
SP: J.P. Jacobsen 79 pass from Garcarz (pass fails), 0:51
EC: Nick Greenbacker 19 pass from Nivo Denovellis (Evans run)
EC: Dan Garcia 2 run (run fails)
RUSHING: EC – Elijah Williams 16-48, Dan Garcia 11-42, Dave Addy 2-18, Jordan Evans 7-14, Nico DeNovellis 2-minus 4; St. Paul – Davon Davis 10-97, T.J. Peloquin 4-24, Tyler Doughty 8-24, Rafal Garcarz 10-22, Winston Jones 1-5, Ortiz Giovanni 1-2, Marcus Aiken 2-1
PASSING: EC – DeNovellis 4-13-1, 39; St. Paul – Garcarz 7-17-2, 152, Tyler McIntyre 0-1
RECEIVING: EC – Evans 2-22, Greenbacker 1-12, Addy 1-minus 2; St. Paul – Jacobsen 3-114, Aiken 2-32, Davis 1-6
NW Cath. 14, St. Paul 6
At West Hartford
St. Paul (1-2) 0 0 0 6 – 6
N.W. Catholic (2-1) 0 0 0 14 – 14
SP: Marcus Aiken 95 pass from Rafal Garcarz (run failed), 10:29
NWC: Rich Kevorkian 4 run (Rob Dornfield kick), 4:29
NWC: Sean Leary 30 pass from Mike Bourdon (Dornfield kick), 0:48
RUSHING: St. Paul – Davon Davis 3-36, Tyler Doughty 11-29, Giovanni Ortiz 8-29, Rafal Garcarz 10-19, Marcus Aiken 4-12, T.J. Peloquin 3-8; NW Catholic – Rich Kevorkian 14-58, Dean Spence 9-49, Mike Bourdon 8-31, Matt Battaglia 3-22
PASSING: St. Paul – Rafal Garcarz 8-17-1, 194; NW Catholic – Mike Bourdon 6-14-0, 115
RECEIVING: St. Paul – Marcus Aiken 4-128, J.P. Jacobsen 2-42, Tyler McIntyre 2-24; NW Catholic – Cullen Bonner 3-55, Sean Leary 2-41, Jake Golic 1-19
Berlin 30, St. Paul 6
St. Paul (1-1) 0 6 0 0 – 6
Berlin (2-0)8 0 16 6 – 30
B: Safety. Ball kicked out of end zone, 8:13
B: Ryan Molloy 5 run (pass failed), 2:21
SP: Davon Davis 5 run (run fails), 5:04
B: Cameron Johnson 65 fumble return (Molloy run), 10:36
B: Andrew Homberger 62 run (Jim Connelly run), 3:10
B: Connelly 4 run (kick blocked), 4:02
RUSHING: St. Paul – Giovanni Ortiz 10-35, Davon Davis 3-18, Chris Powers 2-10, J.P. Jacobsen 1-6, Tyler McIntyre 7-5, Winston Jones 2-minus 7, Marcus Aiken 1-minus 8; Berlin – Ryan Molloy 17-91, Andrew Homberger 4-86, Jack Cooper 6-27, Jim Connolly 6-14, Frank Colaninno 1-2
PASSING: St. Paul – Tyler McIntyre 6-18-0, 84; Berlin – Jim Connolly 9-19-1, 101
RECEIVING: St. Paul – Marcus Aiken 3-65, J.P. Jacobsen 2-14, Kyle Cruz 1-5; Berlin – Mike Spyros 1-31, Jack Cooper 2-30, Ryan Molloy 3-17, George Bouras 2-12, Cameron Johnson 1-11
St. Paul 14, B. Havens 0
St. Paul (1-0)6 6 0 2 -- 14
Bllrd Havens (0-1) 0 0 0 0 -- 0
SP: Marcus Aiken 31 pass from Tyler McIntrye (run failed), 2:42
SP: J.P. Jacobsen 28 pass from McIntyre (run failed), 0:18
SP: Safety. Ball snapped out of end zone on punt, 7:07
RUSHING: TJ Peloquin 17-106, Davon Davis 5-42, Tyler McIntyre 5-17, Winston Jones 3-26, Marcus AIken 3-21, Chris Powers 4-11, Giovanni Ortiz 3-9. Totals 40-232
PASSING: McIntyre 3-12-0, 63
RECEIVING: Aiken 1-29, J.P. Jacobsen 1-25, Rob Cannatta 1-12