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Brethren Christian offense too much for Century
SANTA ANA - After allowing Century to score on its first three possessions, Brethren Christian reeled off 49 consecutive points en route to winning, 56-38, on Saturday evening at Santa Ana Stadium.
The Warriors (3-0) were not tested in their first two meetings, but the Centurions (1-1) came out and scored 22 points in the first eight minutes to go up, 22-0.
The Centurions pounded the ball and had great field position on their first three drives. They were running a double-wing offense, and the Warriors didn't seem to know where the ball was going, and that put them in a hole.
After that, it was all Warriors, led by junior quarterback Jack McInally.
McInally ran a fast-paced offense that called for many deep throws. McInally spread the ball around to multiple receivers, and went 15 for 31 for 200 yards with six touchdown passes.
After knotting it up at 22-22, McInally threw a fade route to wide receiver Guy Demazeller. The ball was a bit underthrown, and a Centurions defender seemed to come down with it, but Demazeller wrestled it out of his hands in the end zone for a touchdown, giving the Warriors a lead they would not relinquish, 29-22.
Not to be out done by the offense, the Warriors defense also looked better after the first three Centurion drives. They forced three consecutive fumbles that allowed their offense to get going, and managed to slowdown the Centurion offense.
Demazeller caught 5 passes for 96 yards and one touchdown, while running back Anthony Moore ran 7 times for 111 yards with a touchdown of his own.