Saturday, December 15, 2012

UConn commit wins state title in record fashion

UConn commit Kyle Schafenacker was part of a starting offensive line which enabled St. Thomas Aquinas to set a Florida state championship game record with 604 yards of total offense in Friday's 41-25 win over Tallahassee's Lincoln in the FHSAA 7A title game.

Senior quarterback John O'Korn passed for 339 yards and two touchdowns and added another 95 rushing yards and two more touchdowns while Fred Coppet ran for 155 yards and a TD as the Ft. Lauderdale school won its seventh state title including the fourth in the last six years. Four of St. Thomas Aquinas' five touchdowns went for at least 40 yards including scoring plays of 51, 80 and 71 yards in a span of 5:22 in the first quarter.

Schafenacker started at left tackle as the Saints ran for 262 yards and passed for 342 more to break the FHSAA championship record of 581 yards of total offense set by Pahokee in 2005.

Yale commit Edward Gaines had five receptions for 43 yards including a 15-yard touchdown for Lincoln.


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