The Oxford High School football team kicked off its 2012 campaign with an impressive 35-0 win over Immaculate of Danbury Saturday on the road.
Oxford was lead by senior quarterback Brennen Diaz, who was directly responsible for 23 Wolverine points on Saturday. He completed seven of 10 passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. Diaz also tacked on a six-yard rushing TD.
The quarterback ran the ball six times for 43 yards and put two points on the board with a rushing conversion after the first TD. Diaz, who is also the PAT and field goal kicker, made three extra point kicks.
His two touchdown passes came on a 12-yarder in the first quarter to Kevin Loschiavo and a 39-yard pass to Chris VanKamerik.
Jeff Haney scored on a seven-yard run in the first quarter; he had four carries for 47 yards.
Steve Persson had Oxford’s fifth and final touchdown when he caught a 15-yard pass in the second quarter from Diaz, who kicked the extra point to close out Oxford’s scoring at 35. The Wolverines did not score in the second half.
VanKamerik also had an interception for Oxford, 1-0. The Wolverines play next on Saturday at 1 p.m. vs. Weston in Oxford.
Other stats in Immaculate game:
Kyle Chudoba - one carry; 28 yards
Dan Trombetta - five carries; 10 yards
Anthony Nichio: one carry, two yards
Brendan Carothers: one carry, six yards
Cody Dargenio: one carry, one yard
Owen Diaz: one carry, zero yards
VanKamerik; one carry, negative eight yards
VanKamerik: three catches; 64 yards
Loschiavo: one catch, 12 yards