South Jersey Football: Holy Spirit Dominates Camden Catholic 55-13, Improves to 2-1
It was a banner night for the Holy Spirit Spartans.
After dropping their season opener, Holy Spirit has combined to win their last two games by a score of 107-25. That's pretty impressive.
After leading 14-7 after the first quarter, the Camden Catholic Irish were driving into Holy Spirit territory but DB Devin Lee intercepted QB Derek Dunn's pass and took it back 70 yards to the house.
The Spartans would never keep it close after that play. RB Patrick Smith led the way with three touchdowns on the ground. Smith and Lee were named Co-Players of the Game courtesy of Mad Dog Morgan.
The Spartans (2-1) will travel to face Hammonton next week at 7pm.