Gardena, Ca – The Serra Cavaliers have caught their stride defeating Notre Dame 38-7 for second in row Mission league win.
It normally doesn’t take this long for the Cavaliers to catch their stride and build up some quality victories. Combination of playing tough non conference schedule and being a very young team has them maturing at different pace.
One of those young players Max Williams only a 10th grader has added a spark for the Cavs in defensive backfield. Williams is also a dangerous return man, who took a punt for a 55 yard touchdown in second quarter that stretched lead to 24-0.
Notre Dame started the season hot winning first three games before hitting this rough patch.
Head coach Kevin Rooney will need to find some answers because in heart of league play for Notre Dame.
Making an impact for the offensive was Serra quarterback Jalani Eason using his arm as well as his legs. Eason threw two touchdowns with 207 yards on 16 completions and rushed for additional 106 yards.
Having a dual threat quarterback under center is a huge advantage to make a defense play honest so you can pick and choose the right plays.
Serra came out and scored on its opening with easy grinding it out the length of the field for 7-0 score. The game pretty much followed suit from then on, with bunch back ups entering the game late in 3rd quarter.
Next up for the Serra Cavaliers will travel to Bishop Amat Friday, Oct. 14 and Notre Dame will travel to Chaminade for their game.
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