BLUE HILL — Blue Hill used a strong defense and a balanced offense to knock off St. Cecilia 30-14 for the second straight season Friday night.
The Bobcats rolled up 235 rushing yards behind their spread offense. The Bobcats had two rushers eclipse the 100-yard mark in the game, led by sophomore quarterback Jason Poe's game-high 118 yards on 29 carries with two touchdowns. Junior teammate Keithen Drury, who returned after getting injured in last week's loss to Doniphan-Trumbull, added 110 rushing yards on 19 carries.
"Offensively, we executed everything tonight that we worked on all week," Blue Hill coach Scott Porter said. "It was nice to see that in the results."