Centurions Open Bishop Carmody Field with a win

Yesterday's matchup between St. John Paul II High School and Skidmore-Tynan was loaded with "firsts" at Bishop Carmody Field.

Yesterday's game was the first game ever played at Bishop Carmody Field. The Centurions opened their new stadium with its first victory as Sam Works wasted no time, scoring the first touchdown on a 66-yard touchdown run, 23 seconds into the contest.

First year Head Coach Andrew Leon also had his first career win, saying "the offense played with a lot of heart and the defense was lights out."

Branden Colunga and Ryan Mota each had Touchdowns.

Touchdown Branden Colunga from Centurion Pride on Vimeo.

Touchdown Ryan Mota from Centurion Pride on Vimeo.

At QB, Justin De Los Santos had 10 carries, rushing for 100 yards.

Justin DeLos Santos 35 yard run from Centurion Pride on Vimeo.

Another 35 yard run by Justin De Los Santos from Centurion Pride on Vimeo.

Trey Mendoza forced 3 fumbles on defense

Fumble recovery JP2 from Centurion Pride on Vimeo.

Sam Works ended the night with 16 carries, 119 yards, 2 TDs

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