The Saint Andrew’s Scots (0-1) traveled to Fort Lauderdale to take on the Lions of Westminster Academy (2-5) Friday night with a chance to even up their record at 1-1.
Behind the excellent play and leadership of Senior Quarterback Jeremiah Young, the Scots got off to a hot start, and led at the half, 27-0, only to have the Lions come storming back to cut the lead nearly in half by the end of the third quarter, 27-13.
In the end, the Scots proved too much for the Lions offensively, with Young throwing for 292 yards, 3 touchdowns and 1 more that he ran in himself. Once again, Young connected for over 100 yards and a TD to his favorite target, Mathew James and Sophomore Jack Di Donna chipped in with 6 receptions and a touchdown of his own.
Young’s brother Bill added to the family touchdown total with a rushing TD to round out the scoring for the Scots on the day.
Defensively, Saint Andrew’s was led by Senior Harvard lacrosse commit, Sean Jordan who had 12 tackles, including 4 tackles for loss, while Senior Arnold Djanie dominated play with 9 tackles, including 3 for loss, and a pass deflection.
The Scots look forward to their next outing tonight at home against Somerset Academy.
A non-profit, independent, co-educational school for grades Pre-K - 12, Saint Andrew's School is a private day and boarding school located in Boca Raton, educating the best students from across Palm Beach County, Florida, the United States, and throughout the world in the Episcopal tradition.