A freshman, Lasean Sharp, was the star of a day where the unbeaten Catholic Memorial, on a season-high-point total, scooked by a 37-point first quarter, was the star.
One of six Knights to the end zone, Sharp scored a couple of touchdowns and snared an interception as the highest-ranked Catholic Memorial cruised to a 57-34 Thanksgiving victory against BC High Thursday.
CM (12-0), which will play King Philip in Division 2 on Thursday at Gillette Stadium (8 p.m.).
Sharp scored 64 yards from scrimmage, two touchdowns and an interception.
I went to see Benjamin Evee, from the school of the British High School, to cover him a post corner, so that I could secure that interception in time, Sharp said.
When an Open-Atten swarm, sluggers put in a scramble to extend drives. When the Tiger came back, only one end of the senior had a second-yard, with a total of 4 receptions, 17 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns.
While the Eagles had an early 23-point deficit, it continued to stay strong against the top-ranked team in the state. Despite this deficit, the team stepped up to the highest level, as well as the high-rated team ranked team. Sophomore Jacob Bierenbroodspot broke tackles and added extra yards each time he touched the ball.