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Cathedral High's football team came out with a severe case of pink eye, but Resurrection Catholic High was the one needing medication after a 49-12 drumming at D'Evereux Stadium Friday.
Cathedral players and coaches came out wearing pink uniforms as part of a Relay for Life benefit. Even the officials wore pink.
"It was a real good deal and we expect it to be even bigger next year," said Cathedral coach Ron Rushing.
Resurrection players and coaches may have needed some Pepto Bismol early as the Green Wave jumped out to a 41-0 halftime lead.
Cathedral had an open date two weeks ago and had its game with Loyd Star cancelled last week by Hurricane Isaac.
"I don't want to do that again," Rushing said. "We certainly have our game plan down. But my concern now is that my starters have not played four full quarters and are not in the type of game shape they need to be."
Khalil Brice scored on runs of 60, 49 and 65 yards, finishing with 239 yards in the first half.
Thomas Garrity thew touchdown passes to Kyle Bradley (21 yards) and Jardarius Anderson (31 yards), whie Christian Jenkins scored on a 52-yard run.
Pate Shirley scored one for the defense, grabbing a fumble out of the air and racing 48 yards to the end zone.
Cathedral visits Stringer Friday.
"They are a real physical football team, but not as big as they were last year," Rushing said. "They run about four plays, but they are real good at running thise plays. Of course, they are going to be wanting revenge after last year."
Cathedral defeated Stringer 36-33 last year, scoring two touchdowns in under two minutes.
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