SAN JOSE — Shamir Bey’s 1-yard landing run with 14 seconds left lifted Archbishop Mitty to a 14-7 victory over Bellarmine School Prep in a West Catholic Athletic League opener Friday night time at San Jose Metropolis School.
Bellarmine scored on its first possession and maintained the 7-zero edge into the third quarter.
However Mitty utterly shut down the Bells within the second half, tied the rating on a brief run by Bey after which gained it on one other brief run by the sophomore quarterback.
“The environment tonight couldn’t have been higher for our finish,” Mitty coach Keith Burns stated. “We have been lucky to return out. I give each groups nice credit score with how they struggle.”
The victory was Mitty’s third in a row since a season-opening loss to Sacramento. Bellarmine has misplaced two straight since beginning the season with wins over Menlo-Atherton and Clovis North.
“Shamir Bey did a fantastic job,” Burns stated. “Had two or three good passes to Joseph Vaughn to get us down there shut, after which he ran it in.”
Burns additionally was pleased with his protection, which shortly shook off the early rating by Bellarmine.
“We sort of caught to our plan,” Burns stated. “Within the second half, they solely had one first down. The blokes simply actually believed and confirmed quite a lot of guts. We play seven sophomores, each offensive guards, the quarterback, operating again. You’re continuously teaching. However the guys fought arduous on each side.”