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SHADY HILLS - Bishop McLaughlin, coming off only its second victory in nine games of varsity football, lost 27-7 to Admiral Farragut on Friday.
The Hurricanes couldn't overcome a 90-yard kickoff return by senior running back Kreg Brown and an interception by quarterback/safety Richard Vetter on Bishop McLaughlin's first passing play. Vetter also threw for 78 yards, including a 44-yard touchdown pass to tight end Billy Teirney.
Brown also returned a 41-yard punt, but it was negated due to a block in the back.
"Special teams was a big (letdown) for us, and there were just too many big mistakes on our part," Bishop McLaughlin assistant coach Mike Zelenka said. "Penalties and turnovers aren't going to win us football games."
The Hurricanes' lone score came in the second quarter on a 15-yard scramble by quarterback Coleman Hengesbach. Bishop McLaughlin had chances throughout the second half, but Admiral Farragut forced four punts and a fumble to keep the Hurricanes out of the end zone.
Hengesbach, one of the team's first seniors, found rhythm late in the fourth, going 9-of-15 for 162 yards. Hengesbach's main target was wide receiver James McCarragher, who had 114 receiving yards. McCarragher, Hengesbach and running back Ron Gallagher were involved in a hook-and-ladder play that gained 50 yards and ended the first half.
"We tried the passing game early, and it didn't work," Zelenka said. "Maybe going to it a little sooner in the second half - perhaps. We had a few earlier that were too lofty, but hindsight is always the foresight, you know?"