Bishop Fenwick senior Frank Catrine did what he does best in Wednesday night’s 35-6 opening win over Edgewood and that is a little bit of everything.
The reigning Division IV Southwest District Player of the Year filled the stat sheet like we have become so accustomed to seeing from. The senior amassed 239 all-purpose yards with three touchdowns on a rush, kickoff return and punt return and he had an interception on defense.
Catrine wasn’t the only story for the Falcons as their defense held 116 yards of total offense and no touchdowns in the first three quarters.
On offense Bishop Fenwick (1-0) got outstanding line play allowing Brandon Moor to run for a game-high 74 yards and Thomas Sheridan chipped in with 50 more with a touchdown run. Quarterback Billy Robinson went 4-of-5 for 50 yards, including a scoring strike to Luke Sennett in his varsity debut.
Drake Campbell accounted for Edgewood’s (0-1) only score on a 3-yard run during the fourth quarter. Christian Palmer led the Cougars with 39 yards on eight rushing attempts.
The Falcons will travel to Mount Healthy (1-0) for another test against a Division II team next week. Edgewood will look to right the ship at Milford.
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