The Hunter Games
MONMOUTH – On first down, on the first series of the second half, the St. Bede Bruins appeared to have stopped Monmouth-Roseville’s Martel Hunter for a three-yard loss. Instead, Hunter slipped through the Bruin defenders’ arms and turned the broken play into a 38-yard gain.
This play typified the second half of this first-round playoff game Saturday evening – the Bruins would come close, but never be able to take control of the Monmouth-Roseville Titans, falling 40-27 to end their season 7-3.
“You can see it on tape, but you don’t known how good he really is,” St. Bede coach John Bellino said of Hunter. “He’s hard to get a hold of and hard to bring down. His line does a nice job for him, but he picks and weaves his way through.”
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