Mater Academy 35, Mourning 14

Jamal Adjamah, Joseph Barrocas lead Mater Academy in win

 

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The Lions won a 45-14 slugfest over division-rival Sharks with their running duo of Jamal Adjamah and Joseph Barrocas on Saturday.

The speed back Adjamah, led the team with 148 yards and four touchdowns.

Adjamah’s key run was a 70-yard toss to the right for the first score of the game.

Power back Barrocas, had 123 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.

The Lions were able to take advantage of the Sharks mental errors, which accounted for 60 yards on nine penalties.

MATER 35,

MOURNING 14

MOUMAT
First downs1721
Rushes-yards36-186 34-261
Passing yards56 107
Passes7-13-1 5-9-0
Punts
Fumbles-lost2-2 0-0
Penalties-yards10-60 7-40
Field goals-att0-0 0-0

MOU 7 0 0 7--14
MAT 7 6 8 14--35

MA- Adjamah 70 rush (Hayes kick)

AM- Johnson 1 rush ( Reese kick)

MA- Rodriguez 60 pass from Guerra (kick fail)

MA- Adjamah 1 rush ( Brown pass from Guerra)

MA- Adjamah 3 rush (Hayes kick)

MA- Adjamah 15 rush (Hayes kick)

AM- Michel 4 rush (Reese kick)

SCORING SUMMARY

Individual Statistics

Rushing (att-yds) -- MOU: Alfred 2-(-2), Michel 2-18, Joseph 12-57, Johnson 20-113. MAT: Guerra 4-(-21), Rodriguez 1-2, Doriscar 3-9, Barrocas 11-123, Adjamah 15-148.

Passing (comp-att-int, yds)-- MOU: Brill 3-3-0, 19, Joseph 4-10-1, 37. MAT: Guerra 5-9-0, 107.

Receiving (rec-yds-TD) – MOU: Jean-Baptiste 3-13, Midy 4-43. MAT: Adjamah 1-9, Barrocas 1-9, Rodriguez 3-81.

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