Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 | 9:43 p.m.
Lindsey not only caught the pair of passes, but also took them both to the end zone in his return from a shoulder injury suffered last month to lead the Gaels to a 42-0 victory.
“He adds to our already talented group of offensive weapons we’ve shown the first few weeks,” Bishop Gorman coach Kenny Sanchez said. “Any time you can get that much talent back on the field, it’s a great thing.”
Lindsey’s return wasn’t the only major development for Bishop Gorman. The victory was also the Gaels’ first shutout in nearly two years, since they beat Liberty 50-0 in the 2014 state championship game.
Gorman, which improved to 5-0 in its first local game, plays one last national opponent next week when it hosts St. Thomas Aquinas.
“We’ve got a great plan for those games that we’ll put in tomorrow at practice and be ready to roll,” Sanchez said.