VIDEO: No. 6 St. John Bosco’s (CA) Jason Negro talks No. 17 St. John’s (DC) and 2017 so far

St. John BoscoTwitter photo from @Uniforward

For the second time this year, No. 6 St. John Bosco (Bellflower, California) is going to play a high school football game on the other side of the country.  Saturday afternoon, the Braves will take-on St. John’s College High School, ranked No. 17 in the High School Football America Top 100, in Washington, D.C.

Related: Top 100

About a month ago, SJB opened the season ranked No. 1 in our Preseason Top 100 on national television against St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  In a hard fought defensive battle, the Braves dropped a 9-3 overtime decision.  Since then, Bosco (3-1) has won three straight.

Related: More than X’s and O’s in DC for Bosco

After last Saturday’s win over Dorsey (Los Angeles, California) in the Under Armour Brothers in Arms Classic, I spoke to Bosco head coach Jason Negro about where his team is at this point in the season and if he was going to change anything about this east coast trip.  You can listen to Coach Negro’s answers below.

Related: Top 100 Scoreboard September 21-23, 2017

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