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|Cathedral falls to St. Fred|
Cathedral High's offensive struggles continued as the Green Wave fell to St. Frederick 14-6 Friday in Monroe.
"Our defense played well in the first half, but we're still struggling to get points on the board," said Cathedral coach Craig Beesley. "But the kids are still working hard. We have a tough early-season schedule, but when we get that close we need to win those games."
Cathedral managed only 34 yards on the ground and 97 through the air against the stingy Warrior defense.
After a scorless first half, St. Fred got on the board with 30 seconds remaining in the third quarter on a 2-yard run by Christian Sager.
Cathedral got on the board on their ensuing possession as Tler Fleming scored on a 2-yard run. The conversion failed, leaving the Green Wave a point behind.
St. Fred fumbled on its own 22-yard line on its next series, but Cathedral was unable to capitalize with any points.
"We had the momentum, but couldn't get it in the end zone," Beesley said.
St. Fred sealed the win on an 18-yard touchdown pass from Nicholas Leehy to Aaron Thibodeaux.
Dylan White was 8-of-16 passing for 97 yards, while Daniel Huffines had four catches for 51 yards for the Green Wave. Fleming had 11 carries for 35 yards. D
Linebacker JaDarius Ealey had 10 solo tackles and nine assists. Cornerback Charles Lee had seven solo tackles, five assists and one fumble recovery.
Cathedral kicks off district at Sebastapol Friday.
"We're 0-0 in district, so this is a new season," Beesley said. "They have a physical runing back and they like to run the ball. We haven't played them since the 1990s, so it should be an interesting matchup."
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