T-D HS Football

Bishop Carroll overwhelms Westmont Hilltop


LORETTO — Tyler Janosik rushed for 127 yards and two touchdowns as Bishop Carroll finished the regular season with a 46-14 romp against Westmont Hilltop in a Laurel Highlands Conference football game on Saturday night at St. Francis University's DeGol Field.
Janosik scored from 8 and 4 yards as he finished the regular season with 1,016 rushing yards.
“It feels great, but I owe it all to my (offensive) line,” said Janosik, one of 13 players honored in Senior Night activities prior to the game. “They've played their butt off for me all year. It wouldn't start without them.”
“Tyler's just been sensational, offensively and defensively,” second-year Bishop Carroll coach Greg Snyder said. “He's been one heck of a football player. Great heart, great attitude. … He's been a great asset to our football team.”
The Huskies (6-4) now await the release today of the District 6 Class A football pairings.
“We fell like we've earned the right to play in the district playoffs, and I can't be more proud of our kids,” Snyder said.
“We've really stepped it up from last year,” Janosik said, recalling last year's 2-8 finish. “(We've been) coming together as a team. We just put it together and we're looking forward to the playoffs and going on a wining streak.”
Westmont Hilltop (0-10) struggled to generate consistent offense as the Huskies contained Hilltoppers rushing leader Sam Curry. The senior managed only 41 yards.
Hilltoppers coach Pat Barron said his team will have plenty of time to think about their winless finish.
“It wasn't what we expected,” Barron said. “We'll regroup and these guys will have that taste in their mouths. So we'll get back to work in a couple of weeks and 0-and-10 will be in their minds all winter long.”
Bishop Carroll outgained Westmont, 469-213.
The Huskies amassed 422 rushing yards.
Brody Shuty (12 yards), Dan Frederick (4), Dan Lesney (35), Alex Repko (19) and Alex Keim (1) ran for the Huskies' other touchdowns.
Freshman Ian Valente led the Hilltoppers with 75 rushing yards, most of which came on Westmont's second scoring drive.
Quarterback Liam Moran scored both touchdowns (1 and 19 yards) for the Hilltoppers.