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Saint Louis Dominates Narbonne in Highly Anticipated Rematch

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Coming off their first win against the Waianae Seariders, (69-6) the Crusaders prepared for a highly anticipated rematch against the Narbonne Gauchos from Harbor City, Los Angeles. Last season, the Gauchos gave the Crusaders a run for their money. The first time the two teams met, the Crusaders barely won against the Gauchos in an intense shootout ending in a Crusader victory of 56-50 . Since then the Crusaders were antsy to play Narbonne again. Going into the game Saint Louis was nationally ranked 12 and Narbonne was nationally ranked 24 according to a popular sports media by the name of MaxPreps.

Korvin Feagins intercepts the ball and tries to return it for a touchdown. (via Grant Shishido)

In a battle of the defending state champions, the Saints came out firing. Scoring 33 points in the first half, which was followed by another 14 in the second half. Starting quarterback Jayden DeLaura, a sophomore who transferred from Damien was out to make a name for himself. Despite having 1 interception (Paul Edwards) on the first drive, Jayden finished the game with 150 yards in passing and 3 touchdowns. Jayden tossed 3 touchdowns 11, 22, and 10 yards all to senior slotback, Chance Beyer in the first half. Robbie Paikai and Dayton Sam
both scored one running touchdown in the first half along with Alema Scanlan adding two more rushing touchdowns in the second half. Overall, they collectively accumulated 347 total yards. The Crusaders defense led by 5 star recruit Faatui Tuitele came up with 6 total sacks and 3 interceptions. They held the Gauchos to a total of 163 yards and gave up only one touchdown. The Crusaders dominated from start to finish in all aspects.

Malosi Sam runs into the end zone for a touchdown. (via Grant Shishido)

First year varsity player, Jaylen Henderson, threw for 116 yards and threw 3 interceptions. Narbonne couldn’t get the ball rolling until a 70 yard pass set them up for a touchdown late in the 4th quarter. UNLV commit, Steve Jenkins scored on a fake field goal from the 10 yard line on a fourth down. The Gauchos tried a no-huddle offense but were slowed down because of knee-pad complications. Not only were they hampered by sacks and turnovers the Gauchos had 17 penalties totaling for 149 yards.

Saint Louis’ next game is on September 7 at the Aloha Stadium against the Kahuku Red Raiders.

 

 

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