Athletics

Football drops 34-35 Thriller to Episcopal

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Both the host Devils and the visiting Churchmen came in undefeated and gave the spectators a great game
Episcopal scored the winning 2-point conversation with just :22 left in the game. Both teams were able to run up and down the field as EA lead 14-12 at the end of the 1st while SCH led 20-14 at half-time. EA would score 21 over the second half while SCH scored 14. 

A large and loud crowd enjoyed the 1st ever lighted football game at Maguire stadium. Aaron Rascoe led the Blue Devils with  114 yards on the ground on 18 carries. He scored 3 touchdowns on the night. Ke'Shawn Williams went 113 yards on 9 carries including a touchdown. Ivan Thorpe ran for 17 yards and AJ Graham went for 30 yards on 6 runs.

Graham was 10 of 17 for 128 yards and a TD in the air. Williams caught 8 passes for 57 yards and crossed the goal line once. Thorpe and Jack Gentile both caught one ball for 37 and 34 yards.

Chris Loughery led the defense with 10 tackles followed by Luke Percy, Nick Weston, Williams, and Nick Shragher all with 7 stops. Tristan Holmbeck and Thorpe each had 5 tackles.

Before the lights were turned on the Devils recognized 13 seniors and their parents: Jack Gentile, Marco Goldberg, Delonce Hines, Nasir Jackson, Andrew Juarez, Chris Loughery, CJ Lynch, Will Neverosky, Luke Percy, Aaron Rascoe, Nick Shragher, Ke'Shawn Williams, and Jake Wszolek. Thank you for your commitment to Blue Devil Football, you will be missed!

SCH hosts Germantown Academy on Saturday.
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