RECAP: St. John Bosco 56, Paramount 12
by Ethan Piechota
Another week, another dominating performance for the number one team in the nation the St. John Bosco Braves.
At this rate, Bosco should only have their games played for one half, because every game is over by then. The Braves defeated the Division 4 Paramount Pirates by a score of 56-12 last night at Panish Family Stadium, pushing their record to 4-0 on the season.
The Braves led this one 49-0 at halftime, as backup quarterback Isaiah Saldana had already come in to relieve DJ Uiagalelei midway through the second quarter. Uiagalelei finished the game going 6-8 with 74 yards, 4 of his completions going for touchdowns.
USC commit tight end Jude Wolfe had 2 catches for 49 yards and 2 touchdowns as well for the Braves, and junior wide receiver Tyus Poyer reeled in 8 catches for 51 yards and a score.
Starting running back George Holani dominated again, rushing the ball just 4 times for a whopping 89 yards. Keith Savage scored a touchdown on the ground for the Braves.
This one got ugly quick and was over early, as the Braves once again handled business for the fourth straight week. It was also a much more disciplined performance from the Braves, who cleaned up on the 21 penalties they had last week against Mililani.
Bosco is now 4-0 on the season and still the clear number one team in the nation. They will travel to West Hills next week to take on Chaminade High School as they look to continue their national championship run.