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    Saint Xavier 38 DeSales 7

    Final per the update thread.
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    I thought this game would be closer. St.X QB Doug Bodhaine was on tonight with 292 yards passing with 3 touchdowns. RB Logan Davis ran for two touchdowns down on goaline. DeSales looked good on first drive but couldn’t get it going after that due to penalties and turnovers. DeSales QB can run and I see him improving since it was his first start. I think DeSales will be fine rest of season and good luck to them.

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    DeSales will be fine. To beat a team like StX you have to play as close to a perfect game as you can. Turnovers, dropped passes, penalties, and StX clicking killed the Colts tonight. StX looked really good and they could be scary good by the end of the season! Good luck to both teams the rest of the year.

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    This score reminds me of the Coach Wallace BG teams from 2011-2013. Playing a good team but taking care of business and putting points on the board. I’m just saying, this team and program has chip on their shoulder and those top two teams in 6A were put on notice and will continue be put on notice until their time comes.

    Good win Tigers!

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    Recap: St. Xavier vs. DeSales 219 - St. Xavier High highlights - Hudl

    Here is video recap of some St.X highlights. Mekhi Smith makes a great catch streaking down sideline.

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    A lot of young talent on display for the Tigers. Bodhaine looked very good as well. If they can get healthy in the secondary, X could be dangerous.

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    Mekhi Smith can play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigers2015 View Post
    Mekhi Smith can play.
    Can’t remember the last time they had a playmaker this dynamic.

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    Also, @Tigerpride94 any names of players that stood out last night other than those mentioned in news article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongTimeReader View Post
    Can’t remember the last time they had a playmaker this dynamic.
    Yeah, no kidding. When is the last time a Sophomore started at a skill position for X? Wallace is going to get make an effort to get the ball to Mekhi, too.

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    [QUOTE=LongTimeReader;6717235]Can’t remember the last time they had a playmaker this dynamic.[/QUOTE

    Victor Anderson?

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    [QUOTE=tcjkbt;6717242]
    Quote Originally Posted by LongTimeReader View Post
    Can’t remember the last time they had a playmaker this dynamic.[/QUOTE

    Victor Anderson?
    Yeah, probably right.

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    2018...Grant Goodman started for much of the season as a WR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear3 View Post
    2018...Grant Goodman started for much of the season as a WR.
    Good catch. Either way, a Sophomore playing every snap at a skill position at X has been rare.

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    His system has always been to just get an athlete in space. So I expect Wallace to treat him like DeAngelo Wilson from BG in 2016, tons of screens, a few long balls, and a lot of short routes to just get him the ball and let him work.

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