It wasn't the blow out a lot of people were expecting on Friday, Oct. 27. Muskegon Catholic Central found themselves tied 14-14 with Decatur at halftime.
But the Crusaders found their groove in the second half. Cameron Martinez put a 30-yard run into the end zone to give MCC a 21-14 lead in the third.
Martinez would then take advantage of Jackson Riegler's run that put the ball inside the Decatur five-yard line. The QB called his own number and scored on a short run to put the Crusaders up 28-14.
Colin Warkentien would hook up with Bradley Mroczek to get Decatur back into the game. However, Reigler would intercept a Warkentien pass when the Raiders tried for a two-point conversion. It was 28-20 at that point.
MCC's Dawson Fisher-Steigman would score two running touchdowns to give the Crusaders a 42-20 win over their foes from Van Buren County.
Catholic will face the winner of Mendon and Lake Michigan Catholic next week. Those two teams play Saturday at 1 p.m.
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