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Steubenville,OH- With one of the most action packed 2nd quarters you will ever see, the Steubenville Catholic Central Crusaders cruised past the St. John Heralds, securing a decisive victory with a final score of 34-7.

The first quarter began with an impressive 7-yard touchdown run by Steubenville Catholic’s BJ Fallon, followed by a successful extra point kicked by Daniel Bolster, giving the Crusaders an early lead of 7-0. Both teams showcased strong defenses, preventing any further scoring in the opening quarter.

The second quarter saw Steubenville Catholic extending their lead, with BJ Fallon showcasing his skills once again, scoring two more touchdowns with runs of 10 and 50 yards. Bolster’s precise kicking game was instrumental, as he converted both extra points. Additionally, Tyler Ialenti added another touchdown with a 1-yard run, although the two-point conversion attempt failed. Tommy Pergi contributed with a 7-yard touchdown run, and Bolster remained consistent with extra point conversions. The Crusaders dominated the second quarter, ending it with a commanding lead of 34-0.

The third quarter remained scoreless as both teams continued to put up strong defensive efforts.

In the fourth quarter, St. John’s Vin Narducci connected with Will Anderson for an impressive 76-yard touchdown pass. Emanuele Fantozzi’s successful extra point put the Heralds on the board with a score of 34-7.

One of the game’s pivotal moments occurred in the second quarter when Daniel Bolster executed back-to-back kickoffs that stopped on the 1-yard line, forcing St. John to start their offensive series deep in their own territory.

Despite the loss, the St. John Heralds had some bright spots, including senior Hank Wagner grabbing his 3rd sack of the year, Vin Narducci’s 118 passing yards on 7 completions, and Will Anderson’s impressive performance with 4 receptions for 104 yards and 1 touchdown.

The final score remained Steubenville Catholic Central Crusaders 34 – St. John Heralds 7. The Crusaders improved to 4-0 and are set to face the Fairport Harding Skippers (1-3) in week 4, while the Heralds, now 1-3, will host the Chalker Wildcats (2-0) in their upcoming game.


WELLSVILLE, OH- The Wellsville Tigers were turning the page on a new era in Tiger Country, as new coach Camden Douglas looked to make a quick impression in his young career.  Steubenville Central Catholic had other plans in a 37-6 victory to open the season.

The game ignited with an explosive start as Tyler Ialenti of SCC showcased his prowess, darting 16 yards for a touchdown just 5 minutes and 31 seconds into the game. His successful point-after attempt put SCC in the lead at 8-0.

The second quarter was a seesaw battle as Wellsville’s Clayton Kersey answered back with a determined 1-yard touchdown run, narrowing the gap to 8-6 with 4 minutes and 26 seconds left. However, SCC’s Tyler Ialenti displayed his versatility, embarking on a 50-yard run for another touchdown, bolstering SCC’s lead to 15-6 with just 1 minute and 58 seconds remaining in the half. The excitement didn’t stop there, as Ialenti struck again with a 4-yard rushing touchdown just as the clock expired, securing a 2-point conversion in the process and sending SCC into halftime with a 23-6 lead.

The third quarter unfolded with more fireworks as Tyler Sprochi showcased his speed and agility, returning a kick an impressive 65 yards for a touchdown just 15 seconds into the quarter. SCC’s extra point kick extended their lead to 30-6, putting the game firmly in their control.

The fourth quarter saw no respite in SCC’s dominance. Tommy Pergi broke through the defense with a 23-yard run for a touchdown, adding to SCC’s commanding lead. The successful extra point kick brought the score to 37-6 with 4 minutes and 22 seconds left, solidifying SCC’s triumph.