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|Turnovers sink St. Frederick|
St. Frederick felt good about its game plan heading into the Warriors' contest with Loyola Prep Friday.
A five-turnover performance by the Warrior offense dashed any hopes of good fortune, though, handing Loyola a 35-14 win at Warrior Stadium.
St. Frederick (2-1) was playing lights out going into intermission. The Warriors held Loyola (2-1) to 50 yards in total offense in the first half while piling up 210 yards of their own offensive production.
Loyola signal-caller Anthony McMaster was the catalyst of a high-power passing game out of Loyola. The senior passed for 203 yards and four touchdowns that sunk the Warriors chances to win the game.
McMaster completed an 18-yard score to Colter McMahan to give the Flyers a quick 7-0 advantage. The Warriors would go on a sustained drive to answer right back, however.
Chris Buttitta continued to run well as he scored the game's first points for St. Fred on a 1-yard plunge into the endzone in the first period of play. The run capped a 91-yard drive that looked to hand the Warriors the momentum they needed on the night.
The Warriors rode that momentum to a halftime lead following a 2-yard touchdown run by quarterback Landon Williams.
A pair of second half fumbles set up Loyola touchdown passes by McMaster. Turnage caught the first score following a Warriors fumble inside the 30 yard line.
Buttitta finished with 114 yards rushing on 25 carries. Williams ran for 66 yards and threw for 76 yards more for St. Frederick.
The Warriors host the Wossman Wildcats (3-0) in a big non-district tilt Friday beginning at 7 p.m.