Team Duncan takes SFU Spring Game

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Bear Fenimore (Austin, Texas/Westwood) hit Cyrus Holder (Uniondale, N.Y./Milford Academy) for a 75 yard touchdown and the Red Flash defenses combined for six sacks and a safety as Team Duncan defeated Team Drayer 9-0 in a rain-shortened spring game on Friday night. 

Fenimore ended the night 4-7 for 89 yards and hit Holder off a double move late in the second quarter for the game’s lone touchdown. Team Duncan started the scoring as Da’Jon Lee (Fairfax, Va./Robinson) got loose off the end and ran quarterback Jason Brown (Fredericksburg, Va./Chancellor) out of the end zone for a safety late in the first quarter. 

Defense dominated the game on both sides as the teams combined for six sacks. On team Duncan, Lee’s safety was joined by Calvin Beaty (Holmdel, N.J./St. John-Vianney) and Sam Cummings (Verona, N.J./Verona) with sacks on the evening. On Drayer’s side, Ben Bruni (Pittsburgh, Pa./Mt. Lebanon) was in the backfield all game long as the linebacker recorded three tackles including a pair of sacks. Marcus Galie (Upper St. Clair, Pa./Upper St. Clair) also recorded a sack on Friday night. 

Cyrus Holder (Uniondale, N.Y./Milford Academy) was the leading receiver on the night with his 75 yard touchdown reception being his lone grab of the night. Fenimore hit four different receivers on Friday with Ra’Shaun Henry (Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove) ( 5 yards), Syaire Madden (Wyndmoor, Pa./LaSalle College Prep) (4 yards), and Brandan Lisenby (Alexandria, Va./West Potomac) (4 yards) also recording catches for team Duncan. For Drayer’s squad, Kamron Lewis (Fresno, Calif./Edison) had three grabs for 20 yards, Tim Davis (Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria) had two catches for 19 and Joel Denley (Beaumont, Texas/West Brook) had two for 15. Jahsim Floyd (Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville War Memorial) was the leading receiver for team Drayer, with his lone grab going for 30 yards. 

The annual spring game closes out spring ball for the Red Flash. SFU will start 2018 season on the road against in-state foe Lehigh on September 1st. Saint Francis opens at home a week later against Delaware State, game time has not yet been determined. 

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