CINCINNATI - There may not be a better all-around player in Division IV, Region 16 than Frank Catrine. The Fenwick (6-2, 4-1) star rose to the occasion once again as the Falcons took down Chaminade-Julienne (5-3, 3-2) in a contest that had huge playoff ramifications. Fenwick knocked off Chaminade-Julienne 35-7.
Catrine ran for two touchdowns and amassed 243 all-purpose yards on 17 touches. He also had a key interception on defense. The junior has been over 200 all-purpose yards six times this fall with 1,771 total yards.
It wasn’t just Catrine doing the damage for the Fenwick offense, quarterback Ricky Davis threw for a career-high 229 yards. Classmate Leo Haenni caught six of those balls for a career-high 126 yards receiving. Sophomore Dallas Hall had a personal best 106 yards rushing. When the smoke cleared the Falcons had torched the Eagles for 523 yards of total offense.
The loss was the second in a row for Chaminade-Julienne, who came into the game ranked No.14 in latest Region 16 Harbins. With so many teams to leap in the next two weeks it will be a monumental task for CJ to make the postseason. Fenwick, who sat at No. 9, should leap into the top eight as No. 5 Brookville and No. 6 Milton-Union both lost.
Fenwick is at unbeaten Alter (7-0, 5-0) on Friday night. Chaminade-Julienne will square off against Gem City rival, Carroll (2-6, 2-3).
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