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Football: Jesuit 42, Lennard 7

TAMPA — Patton Chillura finished what Miles Bennett started. Jesuit used Bennett and its power running game early then let Chillura pick apart Lennard 42-7.

"That's how we want to play Jesuit football," coach James Harrell said. "Power football, get the running game going and open up the play action. I was very proud of how the starters played."

Bennett led the Tigers (6-0, 3-0) in rushing with 147 yards on 16 carries while Chillura was 15-for-17 for 193 yards with four touchdowns, three passing, one rushing.

"Getting that power run game going really takes the pressure off of me," Chillura said. "That was big."

Jesuit's defense didn't allow a first down until a penalty midway through the third quarter and held the Longhorns (4-2, 1-2) to 180 total yards.

Todd Foley, Times correspondent


Football: Jesuit 42, Lennard 7 10/08/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 9, 2010 12:31am]
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