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Bellarmine Tops Serra 36-28 in Game of the Week

Posted October 5, 2015 by in

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by: Kaleigh Krish

Bellarmine Tops Serra 36-28 in Game of the Week

In the WCAL opener between the Bellarmine Bells and the Serra Padres, it was the speed of the Bells and their QB Troy Martig in particular, that gave them the advantage.
Right out the gate, Martig with a 14-yard QB keeper to put the Bells inside the 20 yard line. But the Padre Mafia would have an answer on defense and shut Bellarmine down before they could make it into the end zone.
It would be the Padres who would score first. Kelepi Lataimua would set up his scoring drive with a 19-yard run followed by a three yard touchdown run. Lataimua would end the night with 191-yards and two touchdowns. However, their star running back wouldn’t be enough to beat the Bells.
Bellarmine QB Troy Martig would run for 159-yards on 22 carries with two touchdowns of his own and would throw for another. Martig’s biggest play of the game was a 51-yard run for a touchdown in the third quarter to make the score 17-14 Bellarmine. Those skills at quarterback easily make Troy the MVP of the game.
The Playmaker takes the crown by playing hard on both sides of the ball. Vincent Fernandez made key first down plays on offense but he really changed the game with a big interception on defense in the third quarter.
The Serra Padres find themselves at 2-2 and look to turn things around when they face Archbishop Riordan next Saturday. Bellarmine is now 4-0 on the season and will take on Archbishop Mitty next week.

About the Author

Kaleigh Krish

With her passion for sports and love for the camera, Kaleigh Krish has quickly become a rising star in the sports broadcast industry. Kaleigh grew up in Northern California while pursuing an acting career in Los Angeles, appearing in films such as Beethoven’s 4th and television shows like Touched by an Angel. From a young age, Kaleigh knew she was meant to be in front of the camera. While attending California State University Fullerton, she found her true passion in sports reporting. As a leading member of Titan Sports Recap, a weekly broadcast of CSUF sports highlights, Kaleigh excelled in shooting, writing, reporting, and cutting highlight packages for the show and YouTube channel. In May 2014, Kaleigh received her Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Radio, Television, and Film. Currently, Kaleigh is an Entertainment host, shooter and writer for GetSportsFocus, a leading sports media outlet in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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