Bishop Dunne Wins 44 to 38 against Bellaire Episcopal
Senior quarterback Caleb Evans accounted for 453 yards and five touchdowns as Bishop Dunne held off Bellaire Episcopal in the second game of the 2015 Lone Star Sports Football Classic at Eagle Stadium.
Dunne scored on its first three possessions of the game and led 17-0 after the first quarter. Evans and Geraud Sanders hooked up on a 98-yard touchdown on 3rd and eight to make it 10-0 with 4:42 remaining in the first quarter. Evans scored on a two yard run on Dunne's next series to cap an eight play drive. He also scored his second rushing touchdown with 22 seconds remaining before half time to push the lead to 24-10.
The Falcons opened the second half with two scoring drives. Caleb Evans passed 13 yards to Geraud Sanders to cap off a nine-play drive, making it 31-10. Houston Little intercepted a Bellaire Episcopal pass on the ensuing series. As a result, it took only four plays for Dunne to add to its lead. Caleb Evans connected with Reggie Roberson for a touchdown to make it 37-10 with 7:17 left in the third quarter. The falcons improved their record to 2-0 while defeating the (9) ranked state and (58) ranked national team.
Caleb Evans and Houston Little were named the Lonestar Classic offensive and defensive most valuable players.
Summary Courtesy of The Dallas Morning News
The Falcon Coaches chose:
Offensive Player of the Week
Caleb Evans: 24 of 35 for 364 yards and 3 touchdowns
14 rushes for 89 yards and 2 touchdowns
Reggie Roberson: 12 receptions for 158 yards and 1 touchdown
Key Offensive Contributors
Geraud Sanders: 3 receptions for 119 yards and 2 touchdowns
Chandler Rashbrook: 5 receptions for 57 yards
Defensive Player of the Week
Josh Drayden: 9 tackles, tfl, and 1 pass break up
Key Defensive Contributors
Mene Khepera: 11 tackles and 1 tackle for loss
Houston Little: 5 tackles, 1 Interception, and 1 pass break up
Brian Williams: 10 tackles
Special Teams Player of the Week
Daniel Esparza 5/6 extra point attempts and 1/1 (32 yard) field goal
J.V. Football: Bishop Dunne 28 Madison 12
The junior varsity Falcon football team defeated Madison 28 to 12 to give them their second win of the season.
Freshman Isiah Ruffins led the defense with two interceptions including one that ended a Madison drive in the red zone. Carson Horner led all defenders with three sacks. Gabe Matous also recorded two sacks. Freshman receivers Marquez Beason and Jabari Khepera continued to make explosive plays scoring on receptions of 60 and 55 yards. Stacy Conner accounted for three total touchdowns (2 passing and 1 rushing). Tre Gamble sealed the victory with a 20-yard rushing touchdown.
The J.V. Falcons are now 2-0.