St. Joseph’s was already without its top offensive threat in injured quarterback Brendan Robinson — and it didn’t get any easier Friday night.
The Wolves’ backup signal-caller was injured in the start of the second quarter, as the local team with the limited depth fell 41-6 to Fairfield. Third-string freshman quarterback Isaac Mass took over the rest of the game.
“We played hard,” Wolves first-year head coach Murray Fetzer said in an email. “However, Fairfield controlled both sides of the line. One positive: We scored and never gave up.”
Fairfield went into halftime with a big lead, as St. Joseph’s allowed just one score in the second half.
The Knights are now 1-1 this season, while the Wolves fall to 0-2.
St. Joseph’s will next take on Perkiomen on Friday.