#6 St. John Bosco (CA) travels cross-country to beat New Jersey-power St. Peter’s Prep

St. John Bosco football field

When you average over 60 points per game, your offense could take a hit by a cross-country trip.  That wasn’t the case Saturday night for #6 St. John Bosco that took-down two-time New Jersey Group 4 Non-Public champ St. Peter’s Prep very easily 56-14 in a game played at Don Bosco Prep.

Running back Sean McGrew had a huge game for the Braves with 186 yards rushing on 24 carries and two touchdowns.  The Washington-recruit also caught two passes for 75 yards and a score.  Bosco QB Quentin Davis was 16-0f-31 for 325 yards and three TD’s with no picks.

Click here to watch highlights of the game from MSG Varsity.

 

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