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A new season unearthed a new hero for the Bishop Lynch Friars during their 2015 opener, as junior running back Jermaine Mask stole the show at Roffino Stadium, scoring four touchdowns in the Friars' 54-18 rout of the Carter Cowboys.

Bishop Lynch (1-0) amassed 300 yards on the ground, led by Mask's 192 on just 21 carries. The Friars moved the ball at will against the Cowboys (0-1), piling up 468 total yards while the BL defense limited Carter to just 235 yards while forcing five turnovers (3 interceptions, 2 fumbles).

The Friars used a short field to set up their first score, as junior Malex Fuget pounced on a Carter fumble just one minute into the contest. A few plays later, Mask was in from four yards out.

Sergey Blansit added the first of six PATs on the night for an early 7-0 lead. Mask added another short touchdown run to give the Friars a 13-0 lead after one period.

In the second quarter, Blansit connected on field goals of 30 and 38 yards while Mask scored his third touchdown — this time from 17 yards out, putting BL in front with a 26-6 halftime lead.

Mask scored for a fourth time in the third frame, as did senior Tristan Smith with an 8-yard TD run. Smith finished the night with 68 rushing yards to go with 151 through the air.

In the final frame, Smith found Sam Beasley on a 35-yard touchdown pass before backup QB Raymond Bacerra connected with Michael Brown for a late score.

The Friar defense was led by senior Zach Russell, who finished with 12 tackles (3 tackles for loss) and forced two fumbles.


By Cliff Gibson, Sports Information Director

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