On the third play of the second half, Gonzaga defensive end Joseph Wete had a wide open lane to Georgetown Prep quarterback Peter Davin. Davin pump-faked in an attempt to escape the pressure, but Wete didn't bite, sacking Davin for a 15-yard loss. On the next play, Georgetown Prep surrendered a safety on a botched punt snap that went out of the end zone.
It was that type of day for host Georgetown Prep; nothing went right, and it was consistently stuffed by the Eagles' defense. Second-ranked Gonzaga forced another turnover on the following defensive series, recovering a fumble that put away its eventual 30-0 victory against the Little Hoyas.
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