Around the Trinity League – Bosco continues to roll with 19th straight league win

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Three down and two to go for St. John Bosco in its quest for a fourth straight Trinity League championship.  Friday night, the Braves hit the 60 point mark for the fifth time this year in a 60-7 defeat of JSerra.

Related: High School Football America/SoCal Top 25 scoreboard

Once again, quarterback Quentin Davis was at the center of the victory with 311 yards passing and four touchdowns, according to the Press-TelegramWashington-bound running back Sean McGrew scored three touchdowns.

The win was St. John Bosco’s 19th straight in the Trinity League, which breaks the all-time record for consecutive wins that was formerly held by Servite.

Before the game, former heavyweight boxing champ George Foreman spoke with the team.

Currently Bosco is ranked #3 in our national rankings and #1 in the High School Football America/SoCal and California Top 25’s.  JSerra (5-3, 0-3 Trinity) entered the game ranked #25 in the SoCal Top 25.

Related: High School Football America National Top 25

Related: High School Football America California Top 25

OLu, 5-3 overall and ranked #8 in the latest High School Football America/SoCal Top 25, is now 2-1 in league play after a 28-14 win over #20 Santa Margarita (5-3, 2-1 Trinity).  The Lancers were led by Harvard-bound QB LJ Northington, who threw for three touchdowns and ran for another.

Stanford-bound quarterback KJ Costello was back this week after missing last week’s game against JSerra.  Costello, according to OCsidelines, was 21-of-30 for 208 yards.

#3 Mater Dei (7-1, 2-1 Trinity) rebounded from last week’s loss to St. John Bosco with a 42-10 win over Servite (3-5, 1-2 Trinity).  Mater Dei freshman QB JT Daniels threw three TD passes, giving him 24 on the season.

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