Jordan Glasgow, Marmion pin first loss on Aurora Christian

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THE SKINNY

Marmion’s Jordan Glasgow and Brock Krueger thrived offensively while Aurora Christian couldn’t get on track in the Suburban Christian Blue matchup.

THE TURNING POINT

Aurora Christian (5-1, 3-1) cut its deficit to 14-6 on Austin Bray’s six-yard scoring pass to Brandon Walgren before their defense forced a punt. But Marmion’s Tyler Eberth intercepted a pass that led to the first of two more first-half touchdowns.

THE STAR

Glasgow rushed 17 times for 131 yards and two touchdowns for the Cadets (5-1, 3-1). He also caught three passes for 35 yards, including a seven-yard touchdown.

BY THE NUMBERS

Krueger ran for 49 yards and a touchdown and completed 7 of 9 passes for 118 yards and two more scores.

QUOTABLE

“Brock throws a nice ball when he has some time and the offensive line game him some time, and Jordan Glasgow has some nice hands, doesn’t he?” — Marmion coach Dan Thorpe

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