Davontae Elam, St. Edward overpower Chicago Christian

SHARE Davontae Elam, St. Edward overpower Chicago Christian


St. Edward celebrated homecoming by taking another step in its march toward the playoffs with a dominating win over Chicago Christian to improve to 4-2.


Davontae Elam opened the scoring on the first play of the Green Wave’s second possession with a 58-yard touchdown run.


Elam rushed for 228 yards and five touchdowns on runs of 58, 12, 4, 10, and 42 yards.  He became the Green Wave’s first player to surpass a 1,000 yards rushing since 2003.


St. Edward quarterback Joe Mullen added a 49-yard touchdown pass to Mikey Castoro.  Mullen was 6-for-8  for 116 yards.  All of his completions were to Castoro.


“I just want to give all the credit to my linemen,” said Elam. “They have played their butts off all year. We had a hard week of practice because we knew this was a must win and we got the job done.”

Check out highlights from tonight’s game.

The Latest
Notre Dame still hasn’t beaten Ohio State since 1936.
Ben Bryant threw a TD pass to A.J. Henning in the closing seconds of regulation and one to Charlie Mangieri for the win
Altmyer threw a touchdown pass and ran for another and Isaiah Williams caught eight passes for 120 yards to lead Illinois to a 23-17 victory.
“By a mile, what we’ve done off the field [is what I’ll be most proud of,]” Rapinoe said. “That has made a lasting impact.”
The Lions stayed perfect and became IHSA playoff-eligible by shutting out Senn 28-0 Saturday at Winnemac Stadium.