University School 50, Boyd Anderson 0

White leads University School rout with 6 touchdowns


Miami Herald Staff Report

Auburn quarterback commitment Sean White threw for 437 yards and six touchdowns on 21-of-29 passing to lead the Suns (5-0) past the Cobras 50-0. Sophomore Sam Bruce caught six passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns, and Duke wide receiver commitment Chris Taylor caught five passes for 190 yards and two touchdowns. LaJuan Hunt also had two receiving touchdowns.



First downs516
Rushes-yards21-2 16-(-2)
Passing yards53 437
Passes6-16-1 21-30-1
Punts6-36 2-38
Fumbles-lost3-1 1-0
Penalties-yards4-30 8-72
Field goals-att0-0 0-0

BA 0 0 0 0--0
US 7 21 20 2--50


US-Taylor 16 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-Bruce 10 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-Bruce 5 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-Scarlett 1 run (DiRocco kick)

US-Hunt 54 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-Taylor 56 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-Hunt 16 pass from White (Berry kick)

US-Safety. Watson tackled in end zone.

Individual Statistics

Rushing (att-yds) -- BA: Watson 9-(-19), Jones 1-0, Aiken 1-0, Gregory 7-8, Joseph 3-13. US: White 4-(-17), Moore 2-(-4), Bruce 1-1, Hunt 3-3, Scarlett 6-15.

Passing (comp-att-int, yds)-- BA: White 0-3-0, 0, Watson 6-13-1, 53. US: Colombi 0-1-0, 0, White 21-29-1, 437.

Receiving (rec-yds-TD) -- BA: Jones 1-(-4), Gregory 1-5, White 2-10, Valmeus 1-20, Holloway 1-22. US: Bruce 8-64, Hunt 5-91, Brown 3-92, Taylor 5-190.

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