Napa Valley Prep Football: Mistakes cost Saint Helena 14-13 loss to Saint Vincent | Sports
The Saints’ lone score in the final 36 minutes of the game came at 1:26 of the third quarter on a 3-yard touchdown taken by senior running back Harrison Ronayne. The extra point attempt was missed due to a bad snap. This specific error ultimately provided the Mustangs, who held a 14-7 lead at halftime, their margin of victory.
The first half mistakes and other mistakes at key points in the second half left Saint Helena players and coaches looking for answers.
“Obviously, games like this (against) a playoff opponent are a game of thumbs up,” Saints head coach Ian MacMillan said, “and unfortunately we made too many mistakes for us. recover from a game like this and these are things we need to work on. “
MacMillan dismissed the idea that his team was feeling the ill effects of three games in 11 days. He added that he and his coaches will use the team’s recess next week to determine what adjustments need to be made to put individual players and the team as a whole in a better position to succeed with the rest of the season now. at hand.
With the preseason over and the North Central League I’m playing on the immediate horizon, the main focus needs to be focused.
“Obviously this is our first step in hopefully trying to fight for a league title,” said MacMillan.
After Robledo’s touchdown, Antonini tied the score 7-7 at 7:23 of the first quarter and kicker Kieran Pederson added the first of his two extra points on the evening. St. Vincent definitely took the lead with 4:17 left in the second quarter, when junior quarterback Jaret Bosarge joined DeCarli on a 20-yard strike.