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Beale sets team record in lopsided win (updated)

Michael Beale is in the record book seven games into his tenure as quarterback of the St. Clair Fratmen. Beale hit Jared Hayes-Williams with a 9-yard highlight catch at 1:51 of the second quarter to give the Fratmen a 48-0 lead over the GTA Grizzlies Sunday afternoon at Acumen Stadium. "It's an awesome feeling especially being at home to be able to put my name right up there with some of the great athletes that have played for this organization over the many years", said Beale.

It was his 22nd passing touchdown of the season breaking the old mark held by Rick Lachance (1991) and Danny Mailloux (2019) who had 21. "The credit is also due to my offensive line for giving me the time to make these throws and our outstanding receiving core that has been making plays for me all season".

The Fratmen improved to 7-0 on the season in a 71-0 game that didn't offer much of an opportunity for St. Clair to stay sharp with the season winding down. "Our offence had five drives in the first half and most were cut short", said head coach Mike Lachance.

Beale gave GTA full marks for playing the game with a very thin bench, "the final score doesn't really show how hard they played throughout the game so I definitelly felt I was able to accomplish the goals we had set out as a team.

How a game like this helps remains to be seen with one game left in the regular season, "we tried to work on no huddle and quick passes but it's difficult to gauge anything worth while in a game like this" said Lachance who is looking forward to tougher test from Hamilton in their regular season finale Saturday night at home.

Check out Beale's record breaking pass and a nasty stiff arm TD run by Jacob Savoni in this video brought to you by the St. Clair Alumni Association.


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