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Holy Cross Shuts Out Albany 37-0

Sunday, October 04, 2015

 

The Holy Cross Crusaders (2-2) defeated the (2-3) Albany Great Danes 37-0 on Saturday afternoon at Fitton Field. The win snaps Holy Cross's two game losing streak. 

The Crusaders got things started early and never let up. The Crusaders Hunter Hudgins picked up a fumble in the end zone to give Holy Cross a 7-0 lead after the extra point with 9:51 to go. 

Holy Cross struck again in the first quarter when Peter Pujals found Jake Wieczorek for a 42 yard pass to give the Crusaders a 14-0 lead after the Connor Fitzgerald extra point. 

The highlight of the game came in the second quarter when Kalif Raymond returned a punt 67 yards  to the end zone. After another extra point, Holy Cross had  a commanding 21-0 lead and would hold Albany off the board for the rest of the game. 

Holy Cross returns to action on Saturday, October 10th when they host Brown University. Kick off is set for 1 p.m. 

 

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