Maryville runs away from LeBlond
By Thomas Huitt-Johnson St. Joseph News-Press
Bishop LeBlond coach Tony Dudik identified one of the reasons he came to LeBlond is because of the challenge the difficult schedule provides.
Friday night against Maryville presented the coach with his toughest test, and the Golden Eagles had trouble responding.
The two-time defending Class 3 state champion Spoofhounds defeated the Eagles 58-19 to improve to 4-0 this season and extend its now-34-game winning streak. The Spoofhounds did so by using three rushers to move the offense downfield, led by senior Brody McMahon, who amassed a game-high 145 yards on six carries.
"That team was a buzzsaw," Dudik said. "I thought we had a chance. I did not think the domination that (Maryville) showed in the first half would be that devastating, so it was incredible. I felt like we were ready to play.
"We had some very inopportune penalties, not that that would have won the game, but it certainly could have changed some things that you do. But I'm proud of our kids."
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