continued Johnathan Stackhouse got CBA’s sixth and final touchdown of the night in the fourth quarter on a 16-yard run. Overall, the Brothers had 232 yards on the ground, with J.R. Zazzara and a modest passing attack accounting for 152 yards through the air.
Now the challenge grows for the Brothers as it finally has its first true home game this Friday at 6:30 against West Genesee at Alibrandi Stadium.
Led by senior tailback Naes Howard (who is going to Syracuse University next year), the Wildcats are 2-1 and coming off a 62-21 romp over Central Square, done with sophomore Dashon Turner throwing four touchdown passes in place of an injured Bailey Gauthier. It’s still unknown who will start for WG under center against the Brothers.