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The James Logan Colts (3-0) came out early, and they dominated quickly in this game by putting up 46 points in a 46-7 victory over Moreau Catholic (0-2) on Friday. The defense gave up no points, as the only points the team gave up all night long was the kickoff returned for a touchdown by Dean-Taylor Chapman. The utter domination is why No. 23 James Logan has reentered the rankings and will surely climb.
The Colts started off the scoring with Marcus Sanders hitting DJ Johnson in stride early in the first quarter. This was just the start of the onslaught put on by Sanders and the offense. Next up for the Colts was the special teams. Jeremy Jones, who has taken back every punt he has touched back to the house, was looking to do it again. This time he bobbled it just a little bit, and looking like Desean Jackson against the Giants years ago, Jones took it back to the house for the second touchdown early in the first quarter.
The special teams unit was not done dominating yet. Shamoun Duncan-Niusulu jumped through the line and got a hand on the punt, setting up Sanders and the offense again. Two plays later, Sanders found a jumping Jeremiah Patterson in the end zone. It seemed like it was in just a blur, but in just minutes the Colts put up 21 points and started their rout of the Mariners.
Not much longer later, Colts running back Dwight Martin took a handoff and walked into the end zone, making it a 27-0 game. The Colts could do nothing wrong, so they went deep into the playbook and gave Frankie Arreguin a reverse, who ended up taking it 78 yards to the house. The big plays continued to pile up, as they had three plays over 70 yards and five plays over 20 yards.
After going up 33-0 at halftime, the Colts added on a couple more scores. Johnson had a 70-yard touchdown catch, and Patterson had himself another score as well. The final score of the game was the aforementioned kickoff returned for a touchdown by Moreau Catholic.
James Logan will look to build off its high powered performance, as it will play No. 24 Bishop O’Dowd. Moreau Catholic will look to bounce back from the early season woes in a game against Hayward.
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Passing: Magnus Tucker: 10 yards.
Rushing: Devin Arnold: 16 carries, 108 yards. Magnus Tucker: 4 carries, 17 yards. Dean-Taylor Chapman: 7 carries, 13 yards.
Receiving: Dean-Taylor Chapman: 2 catches, 10 yards.
Passing: Marcus Sanders: 158 yards, 3 TD.
Rushing: Frankie Arreguin: 1 carry, 78 yards, TD. Sammy Flores: 14 carries, 39 yards. Dwight Martin III: 1 carry, 5 yards, TD. Marcus Sanders: 1 carry, 4 yards. Kyle Tuazon: 1 carry, -1 yard. Cesar Ruelas: 1 carry, -3 yards.
Receiving: DJ Johnson: 3 catches: 128 yards, 2 TD. Jeremiah Patterson: 2 catches, 40 yards, TD. Angelo Forbes: 1 catch, 23 yards. Romero Lares: 2 catches, 13 yards.
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