In what was a highly-entertaining showdown between these two old rivals, the second half belonged to the Crusaders.
Check out some of the game highlights above …
Sisemore threw for three touchdowns, also connecting with Wyatt Simoni and Brayden Luna.
Brian Gulley had a big game for Hoopa, coming up with two first-half interceptions, while St. Bernard’s Seth Brunton had a key second-half fumble recovery to set up what would be the winning score.
“I was very happy with my team,” St. Bernard’s head coach Matt Tomlin said. “Because we had so many JVs called up and everybody stepped up and made plays, and we found a way to win the game, maybe nobody more than Tyler Dimmick.”
Several players stepped up for both teams.
he also combined with teammate Darvin Davis IV on a 10-yard scoring pass to give the visitors a 19-7 advantage late in the second quarter.
Gerard Marshall also scored on a short TD run.