Kolton McGhee hits 49 yd field goal, Bishop Guilfoyle Hands Bishop Carroll a 58-0 Loss
Written by: Ben McCloskey on Sunday, October 8th, 2017
Bishop Guilfoyle came into this game with their eyes set on a win and they did just that, beating the Huskies handily, 58-0. Over the last few years Bishop Guilfoyle has badly beaten Carroll on the few occasions they played. Tonight was no different as the Guilfoyle defense shut out the Huskies and kicked their offense into gear, scoring 8 touchdowns.
Guilfoyle opened the game strong, taking the ball 80 yards for the first score. The drive was capped off by a 17 yard connection from Josh Yasulitis to Mark Conrad. The Marauder defense then forced the Huskies to punt the ball away. The following play after the return, the huskies recovered a Luke Wills fumble inside their own 20. The play would then be negated for the Huskies by a 25 yard pick six by Mark Conrad.
Carroll was again unable to move the ball and turned it over to the Marauders. Josh Yasulitis would then find the end zone on the drive from 21 yards out, which put the Marauders up 19-0 with 5:23 left in the 1st. Max Sankey would then add another touchdown for the Marauders after another Carroll turnover.
Carroll would continue the pattern by turning the ball over and not finding the endzone for the rest of the night. Instead the game would be filled with more offense from the Marauders.
To start the second quarter, Michael Berish would find the endzone from the 21 yard line, which extended the lead to 34-0. The following drive for the Marauders would be a pass from Mark Conrad to Daniel Potopa for yet another score. The Marauders would close out the half with a 4 yard Tyler Berkheimer run for a touchdown.
The Marauders started the second half up big, 48-0, and looked to build on that lead. Kicker Kolton McGhee was able to knock a 49 yard kick in to push the score past 50.
— Kolton McGhee (@14Koltonmcghee) October 8, 2017
The last score of the game would come when freshman Dylan Conrad would score from 5 yards out with 5:22 left in the game. 14 different Marauders would get carries in the blowout win.
Bishop Carroll was only able to convert 1 first down all night and the Guilfoyle defense didn’t allow any positive yards for the Huskies as they finished the game with negative 29 total yards.
Guilfoyle looks to add another win to their resume against Central Cambria next week while Carroll looks to get win number 2 for this season against Cambria Heights.
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