Marian Central blows past Montini

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The star

Hurricanes quarterback Chris Streveler put on a one-man show, rushing for four touchdowns and passing for two more. The 6-3 Minnesota recruit ran for 136 yards on 17 carries and was 14 for 18 for 147 yards passing.

The moment

After falling behind 24-7, Marian Central (7-0, 5-0 Suburban Christian Blue) scored 42 consecutive points. The Hurricanes had pulled to within 24-21 when Streveler broke loose for a 24-yard touchdown run to give his team the lead for good. It was the third of four straight Marian Central possessions where Streveler ran for a score.

The quote

“We have confidence in ourselves that we can bounce back from something like that (being down 17-0). We like to think that we have a pretty explosive offense.” — Streveler

The breakdown

Montini (5-2, 4-1) took a 17-0 lead after a 71-yard touchdown pass from Alex Wills to Joe Borsellino, a 32-yard strike from Wills to Mark Gorogianis and a 48-yard field goal by Andrew Harte. Hurricanes running back Ephraim Lee ran for 129 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

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