Bishop’s ends season with loss in CIF semifinals

Bishop’s was given a rematch against Santa Fe Christian last Friday night and the winner earned a berth in the Division V CIF football finals.

But like the first time the two schools played, the rematch was not any different as Santa Fe Christian cruised to a 42-6 win.

The Knight got on the scoreboard in the third quarter after trailing 28-0 when Dominique Love grabbed a 56-yard TD pass from Joey Moreno. That was all the scoring for the Knights and ended the season with a 6-6 record.

Last season the Knights went 14-0 and captured the CIF Division IV state title as well as the San

Diego Section Division V title.

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