, Salem, MA


December 10, 2013

Unbeaten Crusaders earned their spot in program history



Two things that will always stand out from Fenwick’s win over Northbridge have to be the way the offensive line handled the Rams’ beef up front, and how the Crusader defense just shut down a team that was supposed to be dangerous running and passing. Northbridge had very little luck doing either.

Offensive linemen Charlie St. Pierre, Justice Andrade, Tyler Kaufman, David Hurley and Brandon DeBerardinis played arguably their best game of the season.

Defensively, the Crusaders took the challenge of defending sophomore quarterback Koby Schofer personally. Fenwick’s defensive backs — Razney, Maistrellis, Parsons and Matt Renzulli — wanted to make their mark on the game.

“They challenged our secondary in the paper,” Maistrellis said. “They all said it would come down to us and I think we proved a lot of people wrong. They were saying it was going to come down to the Fenwick secondary and how their quarterback makes things happen. All game I think we shut him down perfectly.”

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