Charlotte Catholic Football wins has ushered in a new era with Matthew Reilly at the helm. In their latest match, the Cougars showcased their dominance by defeating South Mecklenburg with an impressive score of 49-16. Their winning strategy combined a precise aerial assault with a relentless ground game. This match marked Reilly’s first victory as the head coach.
Reilly expressed his gratitude, “It’s been a long wait since my appointment in December to finally see the team in action. I’m especially thankful for the senior class, their leadership has been impeccable. They’ve brought the entire team together, and tonight’s result is a testament to that.”
Despite some rough edges, with Charlotte Catholic committing eight penalties, their on-field performance was commendable. The offense mustered a total of 449 yards, with an almost equal split between passing and running. Their defense was equally stellar, restricting South to a total of 237 yards.
The match started with the Cougars taking an early lead, thanks to a 20-yard pass from Charlie Smith to Jack Larsen. South Mecklenburg managed a safety, but Catholic retaliated with two scores, setting the tone for the rest of the match.
Key Players of the Match
- Charlie Smith: The quarterback made a significant impact with 10 completions from 14 attempts, accumulating 218 yards.
- Jack Larsen: Larsen, the Cougars’ tight end, shone by converting three out of his four receptions into scores.
- Jake Anderson: The tailback exhibited a stellar performance with 139 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries.
- In the first half, Charlotte Catholic accumulated a commendable 121 yards from 20 carries, led by Anderson with 76 yards.
- Both teams encountered special team blunders. South Mecklenburg saw two failed punts due to high snaps, while Catholic faced one such instance.
- South’s Cash Hunter made a memorable 79-yard touchdown run, finishing with 99 yards on five carries.
Charlotte Catholic: 49 (7-14-14-14) South Mecklenburg: 16 (2-0-0-14)
The detailed scoring sequence includes touchdowns from Larsen, Anderson, Morris, and more, showcasing the breadth of talent on the Charlotte Catholic side.
Charlotte Catholic will be hosting Northern Durham, while South Mecklenburg sets off to face Providence in their respective non-conference games.
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