The Foran High football team upended Notre Dame West Haven, 50-34 in a Southern Connecticut Conference game at the Vito DeVito Sports Complex on Saturday night.\u201cOur game plan was to hold on to the ball and keep it away from them,\u201d Foran High football coach Jeff Bevino said after his Lions won for the fourth straight week.\u201cOur o-line hit on all cylinders and our young quarterback put us in good position.\u201dBehind that offensive line of senior co-captain James Monk, Zach Hubler, Ed Drapp, John Carchia and Anthony DeTullio, the Division II Lions churned out 26 first downs against the Division I Green Knights.\u201cForan played a great game,\u201d Notre Dame coach Tom Marcucci said. \u201cWe dug a big hole and they outplayed us.\u201cJeff did a great job getting them prepared. They were tougher than us and they deserved to beat us.\u201cWe never could stop them.\u201dThe biggest of Foran\u2019s first downs came after Notre Dame (1-5) scored a pair of second-half touchdowns to turn a 43-14 Foran lead into a more worrisome 43-28 margin on the first play of the fourth quarter. On the Lions\u2019 next possession, Jake Kasuba, the young quarterback Bevino had referred to, connected with Nick Weissauer for an eight-yard gain to move the chains.Foran\u2019s 22nd first down stole back the momentum, and six plays later Weissauer turned a 10-yard curl pass into a 15-yard touchdown.Samuel Olsson\u2019s extra point made it 50-28 and helped quell the echoes of past game\u2019s between the rivals.\u201cI\u2019m pretty good with history, and I believe this is the first time we\u2019ve beaten them,\u201d Bevino said after his 4-2 Lions turned the trick.\u201cThey are a good football team and that Cameron Tucker can break a play at any time.\u201dTucker, a 5-10, 210-pound junior, ran for 203 yards on 16 carries in the first half, including touchdown runs of 51 and 92 yards.Foran took a 7-0 lead on Connor Cadrin\u2019s two-yard run and an Olsson conversion at 2:15 of the first period.Tucker brought ND back on the next play from scrimmage from 51 yards out, but Foran used Zach White\u2019s 53-yard touchdown pass off a reverse to Sean Deegan to make it 13-7 two minutes into the second period.Kasuba, off play-action, found Deegan for a 35-yard touchdown and a 21-7 lead following Weissauer\u2019s conversion pass to Cadrin.\u201cJake does a fantastic job,\u201d said Weissauer, who ran for two scores. \u201cWe have a lot of playmakers and he distributes the ball well.\u201dNotre Dame closed within 21-14 on Tucker\u2019s 92-yard scamper with 5:51 left in the half.On its next possession, Foran went 63 yards in 12 plays with Weissauer bucking over from two yards out.\u201cWe practice hard every day,\u201d Monk said of the o-line. \u201cWe work hard and try to limit our mistakes.\u201dCarchia said: \u201cZach Hubler was the only lineman back, so we had to learn by going over all the techniques to become one unit.\u201dBevino said, \u201cOur o-line never played better. Whether it was the step down, the trap, or zone blocking, they did it.\u201dCadrin scored another two-pointer and Foran took a 29-14 lead into the locker room.Niko DeRosa, who ran for all the tough yards between the tackles, also contributed on special teams.Notre Dame\u2019s Chris Perry broke off a long run on the second-half kickoff, before DeRosa brought him down from behind, forcing and recovering a fumble on the Lions\u2019 35-yard line.DeRosa then scored from a yard out to complete the 65-yard, nine-play drive that featured receptions of 20 yards by Deegan and 17 yards by Weissauer.Miceal Callahan dropped back into coverage from his position on the defensive edge, and intercepted a Blake Rice pass on the 49.Six plays later, Weissauer scored on a seven-yard run and Olsson\u2019s left-footed conversion brought the score to 43-14 with 6:12 remaining in the third period.