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|Cathedral Homecoming Friday|
Cathedral High head football coach Craig Beesley is feeling a lot better about things this year than he was last year at this time when his Green Wave team was 1-2 on the season.
Cathedral improved to 3-0 Friday with a thrilling 35-26 win at Pelahatchie.
"It's been a while since we were 3-0," Beesley said. "The kids are excited and the atmosphere around the school is taking off. It's great for our program."
Zac Arnold intercepted a pass and returned it 40 yards for a touchdown to make the final score 35-26.
Jeb White scored both of Cathedral's touchdowns in the opening quarter, going in from 1 and 3 yards out.
"It sounds like a wide open game, but our defense actually held them down," Beesley said. "They had a blocked punt to set up a short score and a kickoff return inside our 10-yard line. Our defense was really impressive."
The first touchdowns came on a 1-yard run from Jeb White with 5:15 left in the first quarter. White also scored on a 3-yard run.
Cathedral took a 21-20 halftime lead on a faked field goal as Dylan White passed 10 yards to Kole Junkin and Harrison Burns added the kick.
"It's great when it works," Beesley said. "Kole was wide open and Dylan got it to him. That was big before the half."
Cathedral's other score in the final quarter came on a 9-yard TD run by Daniel Jenkins.
Cathedral hosts St. Aloysius Friday for Homecoming.
"That's a big game, not only because it's our big rival but because of the district standings," Beesley said. "They are 2-1 and we would like to stay a step ahead of them."
Cathedral fell to St. Al 32-27 last year.
"We had a chance to go ahead near the end of the game but the returned an interception 101 yards," Beesley said. "It was a tough loss, but hopefully we can play much better this year."
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