Dan Carmazzi feared a flashback.
The Christian Brothers football coach this week recalled how Charlie Bisharat ran teams ragged as a fullback for Jesuit in 1977, Carmazzi’s first year on the Carmichael school’s coaching staff. Now in his first season heading CBS, Carmazzi could only wince in watching Bisharat’s son do the same. Beau Bisharat ran for touchdowns of 3 and 4 yards and scored on a 44-yard pass from Cole Brownholtz to power Bee No. 9-ranked Jesuit past No. 12 CBS 48-21 in the Holy Bowl at Hughes Stadium.
Jesuit leads the series that started in 1960, 28-14-2.
A junior, Beau Bisharat is a combination of strength and speed, having rushed for 248 yards in Week 1, including a 94-yard touchdown. Against CBS, he had 101 yards.
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“Charlie had speed and he loved to run downhill, just like his son,” Carmazzi said. Beau is “fun to watch, unless you’re coaching against him.”
Brownholtz scored on a 32-yard run and threw to Isaiah Bailey for a one-handed 9-yard TD for Jesuit (2-1). Dalvin Jamal-Milton added touchdowns on runs of 27 and 25 yards.
Chris Guillen scored on a 68-yard run for CBS (2-1) with 12 seconds left in the third.