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Trinity tops Western Reserve in HS GOTW

Posted Nov 2, 2013

The Trinity Trojans ended the regular season with a 40-7 victory over Western Reserve Academy in the Cleveland Browns High School Game of the Week, presented by PNC Bank.

Week 10 of Cleveland Browns High School Game of the Week presented PNC Bank Postgame Notes

Western Reserve Academy

(2-7)

 

 

11/2/2013

7 p.m.

Trinity

(4-6)

 

 

Final

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

Western Reserve Academy

0

0

0

7

7

Trinity

12

15

13

0

40

 

1st Quarter

 T- Haire 23-yd. run (Kick failed)

 T- Capasso 1-yd. run (Kick failed)

2nd Quarter

T- Capasso 5-yd. run (2pt. conversion good)

T- Iacobucci 3-yd. run (PAT good)

3rd Quarter

T- Iacobucci 20-yd run (PAT good)

T- Walters 20-yd reception from McSweeney (Kick failed)

4th Quarter

WRA—Cook 7-yd run (PAT good)

With the win, Trinity finished the regular season at 4-6, while the loss dropped Western Reserve Academy to 2-7.

Coach of the Week: Trinity’s Jeff McSweeney

MVP of Game: Trinity running back Antonio Capasso

Big Plays of the Night:

1. Trinity wide receiver Cory Haire had a 50-yard run

2. Trinity defensive back Pat Sobolewski had an interception to stop a key WRA drive, which then led to a Trinity touchdown.

3. Western Reserve Academy wide receiver Zak Burgan had a 24-yard reception from Colt Roe

Key Stats (by player):

Home Team Stats (Trinity)

1. Capasso - 23 carries for 83 yards and two touchdowns; One reception for 15 yards; One interception

2. Quarterback/defensive back Kyle McSweeney - Five for nine for 52 yards passing with one touchdown

3. Haire - 16 carries for 136 yards and one touchdown; Two receptions for 15 yards

Away Team Stats (Western Reserve Academy)

1. Running back Kendall Anderson - Five carries for 25 yards

2. Roe - One of four for 24 yards passing; Two receptions for 28 yards

3. Quarterback/defensive back Justin Cook - Four for 17 for 52 yards; Five carries for 35 yards and one rushing touchdown

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