SLUH Jr. Bills over De Smet

SchulteThe Saint Louis University Jr. Bills  (3-1) dominated all three phases of the game on Thursday night as they defeated the DeSmet Spartans (0-5) by the score of 49-7. The Jr Bills defense got the scoring started very early in the game. Linebacker Bryan Edwards intercepted a pass at midfield and took it all the way for a 49 yd interception return for a touchdown with 10:20 left in the 1st quarter. SLUH’S offense took over from there, as Sophmore QB Mitchell Batschelett had his best throwing game of his young career. Batschelett connected with Daniel Isom from 3 yds out with 3:26 left in the first quarter. Just a few minutes later Batschelett found David Jackson from 44 yds to give the Jr Bills a 21-0 lead with 11:05 left in the first half. Matt Bruns of the Spartans gave DeSmet life with an interception that set up great field position. Spartan QB Alik Shelton then found Jack Ilewski from 25 yards out to cut the lead to 21-7 with 8:43 left in the half. SLUH bounced back quickly as Batschelett threw his 3rd TD to David Jackson followed by a highlight reel 79 yd Td run by SR. Andre Colvin and the Jr Bills were in control with a 35-7 lead with 4:33 left in the first half. SLUH was not done yet as Senior Bryan Edwards picked  up two more TD’s, a 20 yd interception return  and a 23 yd reception from Freshman QB Christian Perez to give the JR. Bills a 49-7 lead and eventuallly that would be the final score.
Mitchell Batschelett finished the game 12-15 with 194 yards and 3 passing touchdowns. Senior Andre Colvin also had a big day as he rushed for 112 yards and a TD. Senior linebacker/fullback Bryan Edwards had a great overall game with 2 interception returns for TD’s and a receiving TD. SLUH will be back in action on Friday at Parkway South, while DeSmet will host CBC.

8 teams meet in the 7 on 7 Gold Division Playoff Games

slmfca 7 on 7#1 Lutheran North met #8 Ft. Zumwalt East, #5 St. Charles West met #4 Eureka, #3 De Smet met #6 Ft. Zumwalt West and #7 Civic Memorial met #2 Ft. Zumwalt North.  Click here for the replay of both the quarter final and semi final games …

Archive! – May 11 – 2014 USA Ultimate – SLUH vs De Smet – Missouri State High School Championship

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Archive! – Apr. 15 – HS Boys Baseball – De Smet @ Vianney [Vianney Sports Network]

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Archive! – Apr. 12 – HS Boys Lacrosse – De Smet @ SLUH – Fr Marco Cup Game 2014

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HS Boys Basketball – @ Vianney 51 – De Smet 45 [VSN]

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Postponed – HS Boys Basketball – DeSmet @ Vianney [Vianney Sports Network]

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HS Hockey – CBC 5 vs De Smet 0

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Rob Kodner Blog – Class 6 FB – De Smet / Hazelwood Central

hazelwood central logo DesmetKodner2011Click here for the game … This Class 6, District 2 Sectional would be a rematch of the exciting week two match up between the 6-4 De Smet Spartans and the 10-0, number one ranked, Hazelwood Central Hawks.  In the first meeting, the Hawks won the game with a touchdown pass with 14.7 seconds on the clock to escape with a 42-38 victory.  This contest, with a great deal more riding on the result, was expected to be another close and high scoring affair.  The Hawks scored on their very first possession on a 1 yard touchdown run from quarterback Mike Glass, however the 77 yard drive was highlighted by a sensational 50 yard pass completion to wide out Matt Quarells who stretched out to make an eye popping finger tip catch.  The Spartans fumbled on their first play from scrimmage on their own 16 yards line where Hazelwood Central promptly scored one play later on a pass from Glass to Xavier Sneed and before everyone got settled into their seats, the Hawks were up 14-0.  The Spartans then got on the scoreboard with a 7 play, 80 yard drive that featured a 44 yard run by tailback Marcus Jester and a 15 yard touchdown pass from QB Scott Sinovich to Thayer Weaver and the first quarter ended with the Hawks leading 14-7.  Although Central fumbled the ensuing kick off, the Spartans were not able to move the ball and missed a 23 yard field goal.  The Hawks then drove the ball 80 yards on 14 plays, that was capped off with a 4 yard touchdown run from tailback Kevin Batt, to take a commanding 21-7 lead.  The teams traded punts and with just under 5 minutes to go in the half, Batt scored again on a 5 yard TD run, making the score 28-7 and looking as though the Hawks would run away with this game.  De Smet, however, was able to mount an 80 yard drive in six plays and scored on a 23 yard pass from Sinovich to Griffen Palmer and the teams went into half time at 28-14.  The Spartans had won the coin toss and deferred to the second half, but were not able to move the ball on their opening possession.  The Hawks, trying to put the game away, threw an ill advised pass on their second play and Spartan defensive back Dedrick Cromartie intercepted the Glass pass and ran it pack for a pick six and all of the sudden, De Smet was back in the game 28-21.  Hazelwood Central then turned to their star tailback Kevin Batt who carried the ball six times for 75 yards and it was back to a two score lead at 35-21.  The Spartans then turned to their star tailback Marcus Jester who carried the ball 4 times for 56 yards to get into scoring position where Sinovich hit Weaver for a 28 yards touchdown and the score stood at 35-28 heading into the 4th quarter.  Neither team was able to score in the final period and the game ended with the Hawks winning the second shootout of the season between these two teams and send them into the quarterfinals against CBC next weekend.

The Lions Choice 212 Athlete of the game went to Hazelwood Central running back Kevin Batt, who rushed 25 times for 175 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The Custom shirts Graphics Standout Player of the game went to De Smet running back Marcus Jester, who carried the ball 15 times for 194 yards. Click here for the game

HS Football – Class 6 – De Smet 28 @ Hazelwood Central 35

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