The Freshman Marauders beat the Franklin Wildcats 35-13 in their final home game of the 2017 season. Jesuit’s record is now 6-2 (an undefeated 4-0 in league play).
Jesuit received the opening kickoff and quickly tested Franklin’s defense with the run. Noah Clay found space inside and ripped off a 17 yard gain. Four plays later, Cash Taylor ran virtually untouched off a great block from Devon Walczykowski for a 47 yard touchdown. The extra point was no good. 6-0 Jesuit.
The Freshman Marauders improved their record 5-2 (an undefeated 3-0 in Delta League play) by beating the Elk Grove Thundering Herd 21-14. The Marauders ran for 270 yards, and Chris Thorn threw for 43 yards in the win.
The Freshman Marauders ran for 302 yards on the ground and scored 7 touchdowns, in their 49-7 win over Davis last Thursday.
The offensive line played their best game this season, opening up huge holes for Jesuit running backs. On the first play of the game, Cash Taylor ran for 47 yards behind lane-opening blocks by Tucker Johnstone and others. Only a touchdown saving, diving Blue Devil tackle stopped the touchdown. Two plays later, Noah Clay ran untouched for an 11 yard touchdown run.
The Freshman Marauders defeated Pleasant Grove 21-6, improving their record to 3-2 (1-0 in Delta League Games).
In their first drive, Jesuit opened with 10 Yard run from Cash Taylor and then a 45 yard dive for a touchdown from Noah Clay. The Marauders looked like they were off to the races. Ryan Young kicked the extra point. 7-0 Jesuit.
The Freshman Marauders (1-1) beat the Folsom Bulldogs 35-13 on a hot Thursday evening in their first home game.
Quarterback Chris Thorn got the scoring started on the third play of the game with a 50 yard run to the right. He was freed up by a driving block from Connor Khosrovi and a deceptive fake handoff that fooled the Bulldog defense. The extra point was blocked. Jesuit was up 6-0.
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