No. 5 St. John Bosco hits “60” again in rout of Santa Margarita

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With UCLA freshman quarterback Josh Rosen, the guy that started St. John Bosco‘s Trinity League win streak, looking on, the Braves won their 16 straight league game Friday night.  Rosen’s replacement Quentin Davis threw for four touchdown passes and ran for another as Bosco, ranked #5 in the latest High School Football America National Top 25 and #2 in our SoCal and California Top 25’s, beat Santa Margarita 62-14 in the league opener for both teams.

Davis completed 14 of 17 passes for 386 yards and four touchdowns as the Braves’ first team offense scored on eight of its nine possessions. Wide receiver Devin Fleming caught two of Davis’ TD passes.  For the game, Fleming caught four balls for 196 yards.

The game marked the fourth time in six games that SJB has scored over 60 points.  Bosco is averaging 63.6 points per game.

On defense, the Braves held Santa Margarita to just one yard on 23 carries.  Stanford-bound K.J. Costello injured his ankle late in the first half after throwing two touchdown passes.  Costello’s second TD game Santa Margarita a 14-7 lead in the first quarter.

Next week, St. John Bosco will face #13 Mater Dei in a Trinity League showdown between nationally-ranked teams.

We’ll have highlights of the St. John Bosco/Santa Margarita game shortly.

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