John Paul II had home field advantage when it faced off against Parish Episcopal two games ago, but the team wasn't able to capitalize. No surprise then that heading on the road didn't bring a better result. There's no need to mince words: John Paul II lost to Prestonwood Christian last week, and it lost bad. The score wound up at 65 - 7. The outcome was no doubt a tough blow for John Paul II, but it wasn't out of the blue given its edge of many spots in the nation rankings.
Prestonwood Christian got off to a good start with a 38-point offensive effort in the first half. That put it at a 38 - 7 advantage. Its success only continued in the second half, where it racked up an additional 27 points.
John Paul II's record fell to 2-7 after the loss. It is on an unfortunate six-game losing streak. The win lifted Prestonwood Christian to 7-2.
The two teams have their sights set on raising those records in their upcoming games. Prestonwood Christian will battle it out against Trinity Christian on Friday at 7:30 PM. As for John Paul II, it will look to defend its home turf against Bishop Dunne this Friday at 7:00 PM.
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