WINTER HAVEN — St. Edward’s took their number-scoring offense on the road Friday night against All Saints’ Academy.
Coach Bill Motta said the reason for the number-scoring offense is that a combination of players and coaches have led the team.
“No one player is responsible for our offense,” the coach said.
In the first quarter, St Edward’s running back Cortex Brown had a 12-yard touchdown run with 8:52 left.
In the second quarter, St. Edward’s quarterback, Collier Proctor had a 1-yard touchdown run. All Saints’ Academy responded with a 7-yard touchdown run by Ryan Brooker. With less than two minutes left to go in the first half, Collier Proctor again took ball in from the 1-yard to put the Pirates up 21-6 at halftime. In the third quarter, St. Edward’s J.D. McGee had a 6-yard touchdown run.
With just seconds left in the quarter, McGee again found the end zone for a 1-yard touchdown run.
St. Edward’s quarterback Anderson Proctor found Juan Santini in the fourth quarter for a14-yard touchdown pass.
As time expired, All Saints’ Academy Ryan Booker had a 16-yard touchdown run. St. Edward’s kicker Dillon Benson was 6-6 on extra points.
The final score was St Edward’s 42, All Saints’ Academy 12. “We had nice catches, the offensive blocked well, but it was a sloppy win,” Coach Motta said. “We had some alignment errors, some mental mistakes. We will get those things straight.”
St. Edwards is 5-0 heading into their homecoming game next Friday.