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This game was complete domination from the very first play for the Serra Padres.
“We made it our mission this week to have a good week of practice, keep our hats on right and start fast,” said Serra senior tight end and Louisville signee Christian Pedersen.
Start fast they did, as the No. 2 Serra Padres (3-0) scored on their first play of the game and cruised to a 49-7 win over the No. 11 St. Francis Lancers (1-1).
The very first play of the game they decided to go with a double pass, which resulted in a touchdown. A wild first play had the sidelines and stands buzzing, and the first quarter onslaught had begun.
Serra had three touchdowns in the first quarter alone, and the second came from junior quarterback Dominique Lampkin. Lampkin scampered his way into the endzone for the 5-yard touchdown run. The first quarter still wasn’t over yet. Now enter the highly athletic Hassan Mahassin also known as “The Missile,” who connected on a 20-yard score to make it 21-0 in the first quarter.
The Saint Franics Lancers would have their lone score on the day in response to the 21 unanswered, as Josh Perry led the offensive unit down the field before handing the ball off to Adonis Hernandez for a 4-yard touchdown run.
The rest of the game was all Serra, scoring four more times the last three quarters. Mahassin scored three of the last four touchdowns as well, as he dominated all day with his explosive playmaking abilities. The other touchdown went to the aforementioned Pedersen for his final touchdown at his home stadium.
Mahasin finished with 85 yards and four touchdowns on the day.
Lampkin also had a huge day with 185 yards and four touchdowns. The Serra Padres dominated this game in every facet of this game, and it was a great way to send off their seniors who battled so hard to get to this point. Head coach Patrick Walsh gave credit to every portion of the Serra school including coaching, administration and the players.
Serra will look to continue its dominance for the rest of their season while the Lancers will look to bounce back after a crushing loss.
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