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Hounds ride second-half surge
by Sports Department - Saturday, October 11, 2008
This article is courtesy of Telegraph-Journal
SAINT JOHN - The Saint John Greyhounds remained unbeaten in the South Western Division of the New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association's high school football league.
Friday, Saint John High moved to 5-0 with a 45-13 victory over the previously unbeaten St. Malachy's Saints.
Caleb Jones scored three touchdowns on runs of 30, 35 and 15 yards as the Greyhounds pulled away in the second half after carrying a narrow 10-7 lead the intermission.
Matt Doucett added scoring runs of 30 and 35 yards for the winners while Cassian Ferrlatte caught a 28-yard pass from Dallas Ballard for the other Greyhounds touchdown.
Dan Duplessis kicked a 21-yard field gold and booted all six conversions.
St. Malachy's opened the scoring on a Chris Reid five-yard rush. Walker Blizzard kicked the convert.
Isiah Nice added the other major for St. Malachy's, now 4-1, on an 85-yard run.
Alex Hachey also had an interception for the winners.