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St. Pius dominates archrival Marist
August 29th, 2009

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By Todd Callahan
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Having dominated the annual Fish Bowl with its rival Catholic high school, Marist, No. 4 in Class AAAA, will be without the title for another year.

Unranked St. Pius upset Marist 28-3 on Friday, winning the Fish Bowl in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1974-75, when the War Eagles began their dominance in the annual grudge match.

It also marked the first time in 35 years the Golden Lions had won at Marist.

Sparking the Golden Lions, who spotted Marist a field goal off a muffed punt in the first quarter, was sophomore Trey White, who led the option offense with both his arm and his legs. White finished with 121 yards on 13 carries and made it matter when he had to throw the ball.

Read the full article on the AJC website.

Photo credit: Collin C. Chappelle

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