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J.R. Zazzara is continuing he very impressive season so far for the Christian Brothers academy.

CBA football blanks Proctor, moves to 2-0 - Eagle Bulletin
Little was seen of Zazzara (six-for-12 for 158 yards through the air) or Salter in the second half, and other CBA starters rested, too. But the Brothers' reserves still tacked on two more touchdowns.

Zach Abey was very strong running the ball against Cape Henlopen. He ran for 204 yards but more importantly, for his development, he went 10/17 passing. Not a whole lot of yards but a completion percentage of almost 60%.

Athletes of the Week: Vince Rood and Allie Orr - High School Sports
Abey took whatever Cape Henlopen’s defense gave him on Friday and turned it into a 295-yard performance to lift the Cavaliers to a 44-20 victory. Abey, who was 10 for 17 with 91 passing yards, put Spalding in front with his legs. Abey ran for 204 yards and three touchdowns — two in the first and one in the second — as the Cavaliers had a 37-7 lead at the half. Abey ran for a 65-yard score for the lead and closed their next drive with a push from the 1. He added a 5-yard score to start the second.

Jake Khoury is working as a Full back for the Gladiators.

Lake Michigan Football Report
A mighty high ranking for a team that didn’t even make the playoffs, but the good money is that 2012 was an anomaly for one of the Lake Area’s most dominant programs. How dominant? When their run of playoff appearances ended it was the state’s longest. Veteran, healthy and big, the Gladiators could be adding another date to their super-sweet gloves. How big? 6-3, 285 senior Jake Khoury at fullback and 6-2, 195 senior Byron Bullough at halfback will put shadows on most of the