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Led by a smothering defense, with the usual running attack, and a much improved passing game, the Cats beat a fairly good Mountain View team 40-2.
Garret Zeiter has over 200 yards for the fourth week in a row, but got lots of help on offense this week from QB Bryan Rose, and his receiving corps of Teddy Enfantino, Jake Bevans and Max Friday. Three TD passes in the first half -two to Teddy Enfantino, and one to Friday gave the Cats a 21-2 lead. The defense meanwhile was holding Mountain View’s usually high scoring offense to minus 2 yards on the ground and very few yards in the air.
The defense was led by Shane Smith, Chuck Sullivan, Tyler Perkins, Sean Niemann, Arman Alam, Max Herman, Kyle Kevorkian, Teddy Enfantino, Brent McCoy, Jake Bevans, Jimmy Eisner and Jack Tittle. On offense Max Herman had a good night running the ball as did Smith, Matt Etterman and Kyle Kevorkian. Greg Schwager completed a pass to Logan Chapman as well.
The team really showed what it can do, after a very focused week of practice. This week, we expect to maintain that focus, and continue to hone our skills on all facets of the game.
This will be a very important week for us, as the only two teams in the De Anza Division without a loss in league play, go head to head Friday night at Helm Field. It will be Palo Alto vs. Los Gatos for first place in the league. Palo Alto beat Wilcox last week 42-13, so it will take a great game on the part of the Cats to compete at their level. Hope you can make the game Friday night..
Thanks for the support, Coach Cattolico