Seton Catholic started out strong against Toledo, building a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but ultimately came out on the short end.
Seton head coach Dan Chase said he was proud of his team’s enthusiasm and the fire with which they took the field in the first half.
“We just need to learn how to sustain that through four quarters,” he said.
Seton quarterback Will Noce-Sheldon did his best to carry the team to victory, throwing for 125 yards and rushing for 76, and scoring twice. A reception by Dylan Cole and a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter accounted for the final margin.
TOLEDO 39, SETON CATHOLIC 22
Toledo 0 21 12 6–39
Seton Catholic 14 0 0 8–22
SC — Will Noce-Sheldon 2 run (kick failed)
SC — Noce-Sheldon 1 run (Dylan Cole run)
T — Mason Gaul 23 run (kick good)
T — Talor Hicks 16 pass from Gage Madill (kick good)
T — Hicks 25 pass from Madill (kick good)
T — Kreed Askin 1 run (kick failed)
T — Hicks 29 run (kick failed)
SC — Dylan Cole 1 pass from Noce-Sheldon (Ryan James run)
T — Dakota Robins 75 kickoff return (kick failed)
RUSHING — Seton: Will Noce-Sheldon 21-76, James Henkels 9-39, Dylan Cole 1-4, Allan Waendelin 3-9. Toledo: Taylor Hicks 10-144, Mason Gaul 2-35, Gage Madill 3-(minus-2), Kreed Askin 16-84, Conner Vermilyea 2-5, Dylan Holseck 1-(minus-6), Kolton Korpi 1-5, Dakota Robins 1-1.
PASSING — Seton: Noce-Sheldon 8-15-2-125. Toledo: Gage Madill 5-9-0-83.
RECEIVING — Seton: Justin James 6-119, Cole 2-6. Toledo: Hicks 3-52, Vermilyea 1-6, Gaul 1-25.