Despite three touchdown passes from quarterback Jack Perry, the St. John’s Prep football team fell to St. John’s (Shrewsbury) Saturday. (Item Photo: Spenser Hasak)

Late mistakes hurt St. John’s Prep football in upset loss to St. John’s

DANVERS — Late mistakes will hurt any team, and the St. John's Prep football team learned that the hard way Saturday afternoon after giving up two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to fall, 35-28, in an upset loss to St. John's (Shrewsbury) at Cronin Memorial Stadium. 

Prep quarterback Jack Perry had a solid game in the loss, completing 13-of-23 passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Jesse Ofurie caught two touchdowns for the Eagles, while wide receiver Stephon Patrick had one touchdown reception and running back Carson Browne had one rushing touchdown.

And while the Eagles were able to force a turnover on defense and block a punt on special teams, it wasn't enough to counteract the massive performance from Pioneers running back Sebastien Romain — who carried the…

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