Daniel Carter creates a many of it as Aquinas routs L’s
October 14, 2017 - Finding Carter
Daniel Carter overwhelmed a round 7 times in Friday’s initial half opposite Fort Lauderdale High.
The gifted youth using behind scored on 4 of a touches en track to top-ranked St. Thomas Aquinas’ 49-7 feat over a Flying L’s in a District 14-7A competition during Piccolo Stadium.
The 5-foot-11, 205-pound Carter scored on a 23-yard touchdown run on St. Thomas Aquinas’ initial play from scrimmage. He combined TD runs of 37 and 9 yards and hold a 5-yard TD pass from youth Curt Casteel to put a Raiders adult 35-0 with underneath a notation left in a second quarter.
The second half was played with a using clock.
“It felt good entrance out here, putting on a show,” pronounced Carter, who already has 27 grant offers from a likes of Miami, Ohio State, Michigan, Georgia and Oregon. “… Coming out scoring a initial play is like a big, extensive blessing. For a past integrate of weeks we’ve been struggling on offense, so it’s good to get it going a initial play.”
With a victory, St. Thomas Aquinas improves to 6-1 altogether and 1-0 in a district. Fort Lauderdale falls to 1-4, 0-2.
The three-time fortifying state champion Raiders’ usually detriment is a 12-0 outcome to Centennial of Arizona. With a difference of a Centennial loss, Friday was a initial time this deteriorate a Raiders’ invulnerability has authorised a touchdown. Fort Lauderdale scored on a 1-yard run in a final minute.
“We did a good pursuit of determining a round and a invulnerability set a tinge along with a special teams,” St. Thomas Aquinas manager Roger Harriott said. “… Daniel Carter had a prohibited feet tonight and did a good pursuit following behind a line. The invulnerability as common hold them down. We’re starting to come around. We’re anticipating a rhythm.”
Carter scored from 23 yards out on St. Thomas’ initial play from struggle and tacked on his second TD from 37 yards on a Raiders’ fourth descent play of a night.
Under Armour All-American Nik Bonitto put STA adult 21-0 in a initial quarter, using in a blocked punt. Carter’s 9-yard TD run gave a Raiders a 28-0 advantage before he scored for a initial time on a pass for a 35-point lead during a half.
St. Thomas hold Fort Lauderdale to minus-10 yards rushing on 22 carries in building a 35-0 margin.
“We started out slow,” Fort Lauderdale manager Richard Dunbar said. “Obviously, St. Thomas is a good football program. We came in, we did what we wanted to do. We wanted to see a guys contest for 48 mins and we consider we did that. The finish outcome was not what we wanted, though we give credit to my guys for not laying down, not giving up.”
Georgia dedicate Elijah Moore hold a 23-yard TD pass in a third quarter, and sophomore QB Derek Wingo had a 2-yard TD run in a fourth duration for STA.