La Salle 44, Archbishop Curley 7

Joey McCain, Manny Readon leads La Salle’s charge in win

 

From Miami Herald Staff

La Salle (7-1) ran for 241 yards and five touchdowns in the home victory that concluded regular season play in the Southeastern Football Conference, taking a 44-7 victory over Archbishop Curley on Friday.

Joey McCain had 111 all-purpose yards and Manny Readon had 104 for the Lions.

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  • La Salle 44, Archbishop Curley 7

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