HUDSON — The St. Pete Catholic Barons (2-3) overwhelmed the Hudson High Cobras (1-4) by scoring 6 touchdowns all in the first half. The Cobras lost their home game with a final score of 14-41.

Though advancing the ball during the first half, the Cobras did not make any major plays to score. The Barons hindered the Cobras with sacks and turnovers on downs.

Ke’von Marion proved to be the Barons’ chief rusher this game. Cornelius Denmark Jr., St. Pete’s quarterback, completed a 32 yard pass to Marion for a solid touchdown. Later, Marion completed a hefty 65 yard rushing TD. By the end of the half, it was 41-0, St. Pete Catholic.

Then the tables turned—slightly.

Bryan Lindsay, Cobras’ running back, ran the ball 45 yards for Hudson’s first touchdown in the third. Lindsay ran the ball in the fourth for another TD, ending the game at 14-41, St. Pete.

Both teams will travel for next Friday’s games. The Cobras will face the Zephyrhills Christian Academy Warriors (3-2). The Barons will challenge the perfect record of the First Baptist Academy Lions (5-0).

Sep 27, 2019
By Jordan Hopkins