Bryce Young’s Record Breaking Performance Against Centennial

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Bryce Young leads Mater Dei into Peoria, Arizona to face the Centennial Coyotes. Photo courtesy of Steve Paynter.

There’s a new sheriff in town and his name is Bryce Young. Young and the Monarch’s of Mater Dei rode into Peoria, Arizona on a hot September night and hung 71 points against the Centennial Coyotes – one of Arizona’s premier football programs. The final score was a lopsided 71-21.

The Monarch’s offense, led by Young, could not be stopped all night. The USC Commit showed again and again why he’s one of, if not the best dual-threat quarterback in the nation.

Young threw for a whopping 528 yards, breaking the previous school passing record of 469 yards by current USC quarterback JT Daniels. He added a record-tying 7 touchdowns and 31-37 in passing attempts.

Here’s a highlight snapshot of Bryce Young’s record-setting performance:

Bryce Young sets up the first score with a zinger to WR Kody Epps

Long TD pass to WR Cristian Dixon
Young shows off his scrambling ability for a nice gain



Quick-out for TD to WR Kyron Ware-Hudson

Ware-Hudson takes the short pass in for his second TD of the night
Young scrambles from defenders and connects with Cody Epps for TD 



40-yard pass completion

Young to Cody Epps for TD #5

After the big win at Centennial, Mater Dei’s remaining schedule is brutal.  Next up for the Monarchs will be another tough game on the road against #2 ranked St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, MD). The following week they stay on the road against another top 20 team – St. John’s (Washington, DC).

That doesn’t even include the huge intrastate rivalry game in late October against #3 ranked St. John Bosco.

One thing is for sure, with Bryce Young at the helm, the Mater Dei Monarchs will be a very difficult team to beat.

Watch a replay of the Mater Dei vs. Centennial game.