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Red Flash scored 28 unanswered in the first quarter en route to a 45-14 victory in the 2018 home opener for the Red Flash

Red Flash scored 28 unanswered in the first quarter en route to a 45-14 victory in the 2018 home opener for the Red Flash

 

(Cropper, St Francis)

LORETTO, PA- Bear Fenimore (Austin, Texas/Westwood) recorded four total touchdowns and the Red Flash scored 28 unanswered in the first quarter en route to a 45-14 victory in the 2018 home opener for the Red Flash.

BOX SCORE LEADERS

OFFENSE
Fenimore threw for 201 yards and touchdowns to Terrell Johnson and Joel Denley (Beaumont, Texas/West Brook) and made the most of his two rushes, plunging both into the end zone for one-yard scores. Freshman Chris Cropper (Wilmington, Del./St. Elizabeth's) finished just shy of 100 yards, totaling 91 yards on nine carries and a 65-yard touchdown for his first collegiate touchdown to lead the rushing game. Johnson and Denley recorded the touchdowns but again it was Kamron Lewis (Fresno, Calif./Edison) and Cyrus Holder (Uniondale, N.Y./Milford Academy) leading the wide outs. Lewis led the way with six grabs while Holder again led in yards, totaling 80 in the win. With his six-catch day, Lewis passed Antoine Rivera (2005-09) and into third place on the all-time SFU reception list with 162 and counting. 

DEFENSE
The "darkside" held the Hornets to just 248 yards, despite Delaware State running 83 plays on offense. Ben Bruni (Pittsburgh, Pa./Mt. Lebanon) led in tackles with 11 stops with one coming for loss. Sean Orsini (Imperial, Pa./West Allegheny) was responsible for 2.5 of the team's four sacks on the day while Da'Jon Lee (Fairfax, Va./Robinson) added a sack and two pass break-ups. 

SPECIAL TEAMS
Nick Rinella (Collegeville, Pa./La Salle College) grabbed the headlines for the Red Flash, especially in the return game. Rinella scooped up a punt and rolled 47 yards for the score, avenging a special teams touchdown scored by the Hornets earlier in the first quarter. The junior finished with an average of 23 yards per punt return and 28 yards per kick return. Andrew Zecca (Berkeley Heights, N.J./Gov. Livingston) kept up his strong start to the season with six punts averaging 43 yards per kick and dropping one inside the 20. Eric Bofenkamp (Warren, Ohio/John F. Kennedy) drilled all six point after attempts and added a 34-yard field goal in the second quarter. 


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