DEFENSE - DEFENSE - Game Ball
Posted Wednesday, September 17, 2014 by LOHUD
4. Stepinac defense: It didn’t take turnovers or any one standout effort. Instead, Stepinac’s D was solid throughout a 28-10 victory of Class AA state runner-up Monroe-Woodbury. With linebackersDaniel Negron, Brian Malone (pictured above) and Damarcus Miller leading the way, the Crusaders allowed just three yards rushing for the game and held Monroe to minus-five yards of offense in the first half.