Posted On: 09/15/19 8:58 PM

From the opening possession, the St. Agnes Aggies controlled their game against the St. Paul Humboldt Hawks. Touchdowns on their first two possessions and their last three possessions – that the starters played – bookended a 35-6 victory. It was a total team effort, but who stood out – for both teams – Friday night?
Andrew Brownell RB/DB St. Agnes
Brownell was the Aggies' most productive offensive player. He was effective getting to the edge on sweeps and traps, but he was most productive between the tackles. He has speed and good feet, but his biggest asset was his toughness and physical play. The physicalness did not surprise me when head coach Tom Flood told me after the game that this was the senior's first game – ever – playing running back. He spent last year and the first part of this year at tight end and fullback. His thirty-yard touchdown run put a bow on the 35-6 victory. He played well in run support on defense as well, forcing runners inside, toward his help. Although he fumbled the ball back on the same play, he intercepted a pass late in the first half.
Javon Jones FB/ILB

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