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UTR High School Football Featuring: South Carolina vs New Jersey - Don Bosco Prep (NJ) vs Byrnes (SC) - UTR Highlight Mix 2018

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No. 7 Don Bosco Prep comes back to exact revenge on So. Carolina foe, 22-17
By Chris Nalwasky | NJ Advance Media for
on August 31, 2018 9:20 PM, updated August 31, 2018 10:11 PM
  • 08/31 - 6:00 PM FootballFinal
    Don Bosco Prep
    James F. Byrnes (SC)
Complete Box Score »
Quarterback Jahquil Batts connected with running back Jalen Berger for a 28-yard touchdown with 4:24 remaining to give Don Bosco Prep, No. 7 in the Top 20, a 22-17 comeback win over James F. Byrnes (SC) in Ramsey.
Don Bosco Prep trailed 17-3 after three quarters, but outscored Byrnes, 19-0, in the fourth. The game ended when the Byrnes signal caller BJ Peake was tackled inside the 10-yard line as time ran out. With 2.6 seconds left, Peake faced a second-and-10 from the Bosco 18-yard line and had five wide receivers spread out. Instead of throwing toward the end zone, he tried to scramble.
After Bosco placekicker Guy Fava drilled a 24-yard field goal to cut its deficit to 17-15 with 5:10 to go, Jason Haber intercepted his second pass of the game on the first play of the ensuing possession. Then, on the Ironmen's first play after that, Batts hit Berger for the go-ahead score.
Byrnes beat Bosco in Duncan, SC, 24-21, in 2017 after the Ironmen led 21-7 after three quarters.
Fava also kicked a 40-yard field goal as time expired in the second quarter to give Bosco a 3-0 lead heading into the break. Bynes however reeled-off 17 straight points on a Kobe Moss pick-six, a 65-yard passing touchdown from Peake to Nana Burriss, and a 41-yard field goal.
Kyle Monangai punched in a 3-yard rushing score to give Bosco some life less than a minute into the fourth. Bosco then earned two points on a safety as a bad snap on an punt went out of the endzone to make it 17-12.
The win snapped Bosco's six-game losing streak against out of state teams. The Ironmen are now 28-10 against teams not from the Garden State in the last 15 years

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