#7 St. John Bosco (California) rebounds from loss to Bishop Gorman

St. John Bosco football field

When you play in the roughed Trinity League in Southern California, there’s no time to feel sorry for yourself after a game.  Friday night, St. John Bosco (3-1), which fell from #1 to #7 in the High School Football America National Top 25 after its loss last week to now #1 Bishop Gorman (Nevada), bounced back with a solid 56-7 win over Crespi in a non-league game.

Related: Video Bishop Gorman comes back against top-ranked Bosco

Bosco jumped-out to a 35-7 halftime lead behind two touchdown runs each by Terrance Beasley and Demetrious Flowers.  Flowers ended the night with three touchdown runs. Junior quarterback Re-Al Mitchell was 13-of-16 in the passing department for 208 yards.  Offensively, the Braves were very balanced with 226 yards on the ground and 262 through the air.

Defensively, the Braves limited Crespi to 87 yards in total offense.

Next week, St. John Bosco will taken-on St. Mary’s from Stockton.  The Rams are currently ranked #9 in the High School Football America Top 25.

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