PCA Dominates Delta Academy with a 58-8 Victory; St. Aloysius Falls Short to ACCS in Season Opener

In an impressive display of strength, Porter’s Chapel Academy (PCA) secured a resounding victory by defeating Delta Academy with a commanding score of 58-8 during their recent match.

Under the leadership of quarterback John Wyatt Massey, PCA’s offense showcased exceptional performance. Massey completed all 10 of his passes for a total of 171 yards and contributed four touchdowns to the team’s triumph. The running game also shone brightly, with Jase Jung carrying the ball seven times for an impressive 145 rushing yards and a touchdown. Ty Mack made his mark with five carries resulting in 66 yards and a touchdown, in addition to 77 receiving yards and another touchdown. Taylor LaBarre added 37 rushing yards and a touchdown to the scoreboard, and Gavin Pugh also contributed with a touchdown. Thomas Azlin’s contribution was vital, securing 57 yards and two touchdowns.

Defensively, PCA demonstrated their prowess by holding their opponents at bay. Hunter Simms and Azlin both stood out with six tackles each, while Massey and Henry Slayton achieved sacks. Pugh and Azlin exhibited their defensive skills with fumble recoveries, and LaBarre managed a crucial interception.
With this victory, PCA’s season record stands at an impressive 2-0. The team is set to face Prentiss next Friday under the guidance of Head Coach Blake Purvis.

Meanwhile, St. Aloysius faced a challenging start to their season as they encountered a 54-13 loss against Adams County Christian School (ACCS). Despite their best efforts, the Flashes found themselves trailing 13-0 in the first quarter. However, Carson Smith’s pass to Robert Lee led to a 25-yard touchdown, providing a glimpse of their offensive capabilities.

As the game progressed, ACCS established a substantial lead that ultimately resulted in a running clock during the second half. Thompson Fortenberry showcased his running prowess with 13 carries for 54 yards, while Pierson Smith added four carries for 24 yards and a touchdown. Robert Lee made an impact with three catches for 33 yards and a touchdown, accompanied by Sadler Lambiotte’s three catches for 36 yards. Smith’s solid performance included completing 11 of 14 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown, while Fortenberry added an interception to his contributions.

Though St. Aloysius encountered a challenging start, their dedication and determination remain strong as they continue their journey through the season.