The Chaminade Eagles took on the St. Paul Swordsman on Friday; October 12thand took the game with a 63-13 final score. The Eagles made their presence in the Mission League with 2-0 record and a total record of 6-1.
St. Paul had gotten off with a slow start this season with a 1-5 record and missing key Swordsman player during the Chaminade game, Kurt Scoby who is a junior at 5’10 weighing at 200 pounds. Scoby has offers from two universities, Oregon State and Miami University.
Chaminade, led by Terrell Newby, who has over 1,000 rushing yards and is in the Top 25 Running Backs. Newby has gotten offers from California, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon St., Arizona St., Colorado, Minnesota, Utah, Washington, and Washington St.
Newby, who is a senior, has to commit this year to his wide range of offers to play NCAA football.
The Eagles put on a good fight and showed they really had talent to shut down a team like St. Paul. The Eagles are a contender in SoCal and have been have had stellar performances from Brad Kaaya, Donovan Lee, Terrell Newby, Elijah Dunston, Isaiah Bernard, Joseph “JoJo” McIntosh, kicker Ben Kreitenberg and many more talented players.
Up next for Chaminade is at Harvard-Westlake, entering with a 6-1 record and 2-0 in league. Harvard-Westlake also has a 6-1 record with 2-0 in league but is ranked 76th in the state. Chaminade is ranked 14th in the state. The game will be played on Friday, October 19.
Arman Malhotra ’15