Game 6 – vs St. Mary’s Ryken (2016)

Gonzaga 38 Ryken 6, final.

The 2nd conference win featured a stellar performance by Sam Brown who completed 15 of 22 passes for 263 yards and 1 touchdown. Tyree Randolph had another big day on the ground as he scampered for 157 yards and 4 touchdowns.  The defense put together its most complete performance of the season with strong contributions from defensive linemen, #55 Malik Bridgeman (’18), #41 Sean Johns (’19) and #22 William Lyke (’18), LB’s #30 Aaron Davis (’19), #51 Jake Galli (’18), #25 LJ Koi-Larbi (’17), Hybrids #26 Nick DeChristopher, #24 Jason Labbe (’18), #13 Hunter Stewart (’19), and #14 Cliff Wallace (’17), and DB’s #6 Dean Engram (’19), #19 Brian Townsend, and #21 Micaiah Paige.

This was Game 6 overall and Game 2 in the WCAC for both schools. The Eagles entered the contest at 4-1 (1-0) after defeating Georgetown Prep 21-20 on 9/17 and McNamara 31-23 on 9/24.  The Knights were 0-5 (0-1) after falling to Archbishop Spaulding and DeMatha in their previous two contests.

St. Mary’s Ryken sits on 87-acres on Breton Bay in Leonardtown, Maryland, is similar to a small college, with four academic buildings, a cafeteria, several athletic fields, tennis courts and a stadium with a six-lane track.Ryken is private, coeducational, Catholic, college preparatory high school sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers. This is Ryken’s second year competing in football in the WCAC.

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