Kavaliers suffer 42-0 loss to Saints
To a great extent, it has been a season of significant success for Kenston Forest School’s varsity football team, but the Kavaliers have suffered a few lopsided defeats along the way. Friday, Oct. 25, was one of the three; this one ended with a score of 42-0 to visiting St. Anne’s-Belfield School.
Kavs Head Coach Joseph Kaiser noted the Saints were very disciplined and experienced, with quite a few seniors on their team.
St. Anne’s-Belfield held Kenston Forest’s usually potent offense to only 88 yards.
Kavaliers junior quarterback Moe’Wuante “Moe Moe” Morrison led his team with 39 yards rushing on four carries. He also went 3-for-4 passing for five yards.
Kavs junior quarterback Quinton Hawkins went 1-for-3 passing for 16 yards, and he was held to two yards on three carries. Junior running back Ronique Capers finished with two carries for 13 yards, and senior running back Jah’Tavious Houston had six carries for 12 yards.
Capers also had a 16-yard reception, and Houston had three catches for five yards.
Houston had the most all-purpose yards on the night for Kenston Forest, logging 73, including 36 on an interception return, 20 on a kickoff return in addition to his offensive yardage.
Leading the way on defense was sophomore defensive back Ryan Whitehead with 10 tackles, including five solo. Hawkins, also a linebacker, had seven tackles, including three solo, and junior lineman Thomas Inge had seven tackles, including six solo and one for a loss.
With a bye this week, the Kavs (6-4) host the VISFL Division II title game Friday, Nov. 8.