Jesuit defeats Christian Brothers in the Holy Bowl

Last weekend, Jesuit High School defeated Christian Brothers High School in a 51-9 blowout at Holy Bowl XLV.

After a few offensive miscues by Christian Brothers and Jesuit’s defense proving stout, Christian Brothers began the scoring with a 30 yard field goal.

Jesuit countered quickly unleashing running back Beau Bisharat ’16, who responded with a massive 75 yard touchdown, putting Jesuit up 7-3, and beginning Jesuit’s triumph.

Jesuit’s defense opened up huge opportunities for their offense, locking down Christian Brother’s running back Jamarri Jackson, coming up with  huge sacks, and forcing Christian Brothers to many three and outs.

Jesuit’s defense, forcing Christian Brothers off the field, allowed Beau to make his way into the end zone, rushing for another 70 yard touchdown late in the first quarter, and a 21 yard touchdown early in the second. Beau rushed for 315 yards total, 219 of them in the first half.

“Beau was just flawless as usual,” quarterback Calvin Brownholtz ‘17 said, “but he couldn’t have done it without the O[ffensive] line.”

In the second half, running back Dalvin Jamal-Milton ‘17 provided an explosive ground assault, rushing for three touchdowns, and officially putting the game out of reach.

Late in the third, and shortly after Dalvin scored his final touchdown of the night, Christian Brothers responded with an 80 yard touchdown by Jamarri, putting the score at 44-9.

“Our defense played really well,” cornerback Jayme Thomas ‘17 said, “I don’t think that CB should have scored, but that’s the way it goes.”  

In the final minutes of the game Beau forced his way into the end zone for Jesuit’s last touchdown, ending the game with an impressive 51-9 win.

Both teams now carry a 2-1 record into week four of the season.