Good Defensive Effort Not Enough for St. Bernard’s
Turnovers were a problem for St. Bernard’s for the second straight week, as the Crusaders fell 23-21 at Tri-Cities Prep in Washington on Saturday night.
A performance that head coach Matt Tomlin described as “sloppy,” wasted a good defensive effort that saw the visitors shut out the home team’s offense in the second half.
The game was tied at halftime 21-21, with the winning score coming in the third quarter on a safety, after a high snap sailed over the quarterback’s head and out of the back of the end zone.
“We had six or seven dumb penalties and three turnovers,” Tomlin said.
For more analysis on this game by Ray Hamill go to HumboldtSports.com.