VIDEO: Saint Louis’ wild 56-50 win over Narbonne

Saint Louis wide receiver Koali Nishigaya hauled in a pass against Narbonne (Calif.) this season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/jaquino@staradvertiser.com

Highlights of No. 1 Saint Louis (Hawaii) vs. No. 19 Narbonne (Calif.) at Aloha Stadium, Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. Score: Crusaders 56, Gauchos 50.

>> Saint Louis QB Chevan Cordeiro passed for 393 yards, six TDs
>> Saint Louis WR Mitchell Quinn caught seven passes for 232 yards, four TDs
>> Narbonne QB Jalen Chatman passed for 517 yards, five TDs and ran for one more TD
>> Narbonne RB Jermar Jefferson totaled 244 yards, three receiving TDs from scrimmage

Both teams combined for 1,115 yards of total offense.


COMMENTS

  1. Robocop September 24, 2017 3:59 pm

    Please check the spin move by Chevan


  2. ilh September 24, 2017 7:49 pm

    What a game, Saint Louis with the ball last and ran out the clock to seal the victory, does not matter if it is 56-50 or even 51-50, a win is a win, St. Louis will never see a team here in Hawaii Similar to Narbonne.


  3. Cali Uso September 24, 2017 8:44 pm

    This is not an elite so cal team this season. That was their 3rd loss this season, with a 50 point loss the previous week to an elite team Corona Centennial.


  4. 88 September 24, 2017 9:18 pm

    If that’s what you need to tell yourself so you feel better than by all means…. But we both know you guys are gonna get killed in the State tournament.


  5. BigSEPU September 24, 2017 11:20 pm

    The O.G (Cal Lee) got out coached last night plain and simple. Very stubborn old man. No 2nd half adjustments. The play calling for Narbonne was perfect and the coaches (OC) did his homework on STL D. Cal Lee put the boys (Secondary/LBs) in very bad situations that Narbonne’s OC took advantage of all game. The old man should relax and let coach Wes do the play calling on D. Hats off to the Men of Kalaepohaku for playing hard til the end to pull out the victory. If the Saints lost last night I would’ve blame their coaches. UNPREPARED! SMH!!


  6. Hyn September 25, 2017 12:37 am

    If you was at the game you would know that the talent on that team doesn’t show on there record. Like I said before the game just by watching there previous games they were a talented team with lots of speed. No team on the island has speed like that . Remember they lost to centennial and Long Beach poly which is very good schools. If you think these guys weren’t a good team you don’t know nothing about football.

    Cali uso- weren’t they a top team last year? Yeah they might of lost some players so there not the same team but still very talented.

    88- yeah we see you in the playoffs! Remember our weaknesses on defense isn’t your strength on offense if you know anything about football.


  7. ilh September 25, 2017 10:33 pm

    you can’t hurdle in high school, but the refs never called Narbonne twice for hurdling into the end zone for touch downs, should have been 15 yard penalties from out side the 2 yard line, but hey, if it was St. Louis, refs calls penalties


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