The Stallions scored 21 points in the first quarter, as part of a 38 point first half, en route to a 38-7 win over St. Charles to clinch the 2016 Central Catholic League Silver Division Championship. Alonzo Booth had 168 total yards (102 rushing, 66 receiving), scored three touchdowns and moved into second place all-time with 1,623 yards for most rushing yards in a single season.
Cole Silvestri connected with Booth (66) and Joe Arnold (50) for passing touchdowns as the Purple and White totaled 271 first half yards.
The Stallion defense held the Cardinals to 31 yards of offense in the first half and Joey Velazquez had an interception return for a touchdown.
It was the third straight CCL Silver Division Championship for Head Coach Ryan Wiggins and 7th overall (in 10 seasons) for the 1997 SFD alumnus.
With the win the Stallions also clinched a home first round OHSAA Regional Quarterfinal game, which will play be played on Saturday, November 5. DeSales is 9th all-time in Ohio history with 25 playoff appearances.