Liberty Quarterback Dallas Holmes totaled four touchdowns in the Hurricanes 52-27 victory over Whitehall. The game was filled with mistakes and big plays, though, from the start it was apparent whose night this was at BASD Stadium.
“Dallas has been great as a senior leader this year,” said head coach John Truby. “Our season has not gone the way that we were hoping, and thanks to guys like Dallas and other seniors they have kept us working hard.”
On Saturday, Sept. 28, the Whitehall football team took on Bethlehem Catholic at BASD Stadium.
Whitehall (0-6) quickly fell behind after a couple big plays by Bethlehem Catholic’s myriad of skill players. Whitehall’s senior running back Ali Barkley carried the ball several times for the Zephyrs, but could not find running room all day.
The Whitehall boys soccer team is currently fourth in District XI standings at a record of 10-4-1.
The Zephyrs had won five-straight games since their very competitive 4-1 loss to a good Parkland squad and before a 2-0 loss to Northampton on Monday night. On Sept. 28, the boys team took on a struggling Nazareth squad and came home with a 4-2 victory.
Coach Chris Bastidas commented on his teams play.
“Kresstoph Whittick is playing like the MVP of the league,” Bastidas said. “He can stretch the field for us and can change a game any time he touches the ball.”