Belen 30, Braddock 6

Belen’s Giancarlo Pinto rushes for 131 yards, two TDs in win over Braddock


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Belen’s sophomore running back Giancarlo Pinto ran over Braddock’s defense for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

Senior quarterback Jorge Pola didn’t throw much, but when he did, he threw to junior tight end Joseph Cirera, who scored two touchdowns.

Braddock couldn’t do much except hand the ball to the 5-5 senior running back Alex Victor and have him scurry around the Belen defense.

Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, Victor’s 125 yards didn’t amount to a single score.

The team only managed to score when the Wolverines brought out their JV guys late in the second half.

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