DISTRICT RESULTS: Harmon, Turner hammered in openers

By NICK SLOAN, NJSloan212@gmail.com

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 58, Harmon 12

If there's one stat from this game that reflected the scoreboard, it was the rushing yardage by each team. Harmon was held to -11, while St. Thomas Aquinas ran for 277 yards.

The Saints scored the game's first 51 points of the game, all of which came by halftime. St. Thomas Aquinas quarterback Danten Consentino was 3-of-5 for 64 yards and two touchdowns.

But it was the rushing attack that led the way for Aquinas.

Ten different players were credited with carries Friday night - five of which finished with at least 20 rushing yards. Joel Edwards led the way with 10 carries for 58 yards.

A bright spot for the Hawks was Willis Garner. Garner had two receptions for 97 yards for the Hawks, including a touchdown.

Harmon drops to 0-7 on the season.


BISHOP MIEGE 40, Turner 7

In a game featuring two playmakers at the quarterback position, it was Montell Cozart who out-dueled Turner's Paul Berry Friday night.

Cozart finished his game 7-of-13 for 190 yards and four touchdown passes. Those four touchdown passes were all to different players.

Cozart delivered his first touchdown pass of the night to Michael Murphy, coming from 31 yards out. Jeffrey Martin caught a 17-yard score from Cozart.

Down 19-0, Berry hit Jeremy Jensen on a 56-yard touchdown pass. The lead was cut-down to 19-7, but that's as close as Turner got in the game.

Miege put 21 points on the board in the third quarter to put the game on ice. While Berry had 152 passing yards in the game, he was limited to -4 rushing yards.

Turner drops to 4-3 on the season.