2010 Season - vs. St. Paul Swordsmen

6th game of the 2010 Season

Phantoms 14 - Swordsmen 21
Record: 4-2, 0-1

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Game Summary vs. St. Paul Swordsmen
Impact Players of the Game
Kristaan Ivory - Cathedral High School Phantoms Edgar Barberi - Cathedral High School Phantoms Jeffrey Farrar - Cathedral High School Phantoms Da'Mari Scott - Cathedral High School Phantoms Cathedral High School Phantoms Football - Impact Players of the Game
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Senior Kristaan Ivory, Sophomore Hayden Rettig, Senior Joel Porchia, Senior Edgar Barberi
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FOOTBALL: St. Paul beats Cathedral late, 21-14 By Mario Obando, Correspondent San Gabriel Valley Tribune
 

 LOS ANGELES - Michael Ortega's 24-yard run with 3:03 left in the fourth quarter proved to be the game- winner in St. Paul's Mission League-opening victory over rival Cathedral on Friday night.

St. Paul began the game-winning drive on their own 20 and quickly found itself in a third and long. On the next play, coach Marijon Ancich called a bootleg pass, and quarterback Paul Telles, seeing no open receivers, planted, lost his shoe, then ran 24 yards for a first down.

The Swordsmen (5-1) followed that with three runs and a pass that took them to the Phantoms 24. That was when Ortega took over, breaking three defenders on his way into the end zone.

On the Phantoms' next possession, the Swordsmen defense stepped up: Jorge Reyes' sack on third down and interception on fourth down preserved the win for St. Paul.

St. Paul got its first points on an 8-yard pass from Telles to tight end Tyler Carillo with 1:26 left in the second quarter, and the teams were tied 7-7 at halftime.

St. Paul running back David Cabral had 101 yards on 23 carries.

Swordsmen defensive back Anthony Gonzalez knocked down five passes and had an interception, and defensive back Alex Sanchez knocked down three passes.