By Joe Kasper
The St. Mary’s High football team is making the trip to Brockton Friday (6:30
p.m.) for a Catholic Central League (CCL) game against Cardinal Spellman.
St. Mary’s (3-0) has dominated on the offensive side in its first three games.
The Spartans have outscored their opponents,152-37, with 86 of those points
coming in the first quarter. Led by quarterback Calvin Johnson, the Spartans
have become very familiar with the end zone.
The Spartans have many weapons. They have a quarterback who can both run
and throw the ball, running backs, and receivers who can catch the ball. James
Brumsfield and Marlon Scott have been leading the running game with Patrick
Henry and Lee Pacheco catching the passes from Johnson.
The Spartans hope to stay red hot on the road against a tough Cardinal
Spellman team in their first league game. Cardinal Spellman is also 3-0 and
without a doubt will be the Spartans’ biggest challenge so far this season.