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Moimoi leads by example, helps SHP to football win over SI

 

Down by a touchdown to St. Ignatius at halftime, Sacred Heart Prep needed a boost, and Tevita Moimoi gave it to them.

Moimoi, held to 37 first-half yards rushing, exhorted his teammates: “We’re a second-half team,” he yelled. “This game isn’t over. We play four quarters, not two. We need a second-half mentality!” Read the story here.

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