Sophomore Jake Kasuba is coming of age as the latest in a line of top-flight quarterbacks at Foran High.Head coach Jeff Bevino had nothing but encouraging words for his sophomore quarterback even in light of a five-interception game as the Lions dropped a 47-13 Southern Connecticut Conference Division II interdivisional decision to a surging Guilford High team at Kavanaugh Field in Guilford on Wednesday.The Indians ran their triple option to near perfection against a Lions defense, rolling for 411 yards of offense including 361 on the ground.Junior running back David Knapp, filling in for the injured K.C. Horton, rushed for 224 yards, caught two passes for 34 yards, and returned an interception 80 yards for a score as Guilford won its fourth straight game and improved to 5-4.Kasuba completed 28-of-47 passes for 226 yards and a touchdown.\u201cHe\u2019s a young kid and he\u2019s been outstanding for us,\u201d Bevino said. \u201cNothing bothers him. That\u2019s what I really like about him.\u201cMy hat is off to Guilford tonight.\u201cThey\u2019re a very physical team and they played well in this game. We just made too many mistakes.\u201dBehind the play of Foran of Anthony DiTullio, John Carchia, Eddie Drapp, Zach Hubler and James Monk on the offensive line, Foran scored first when Nick Weissauer ran it in from a yard out.Zach White\u2019s conversion kick gave the Lions a 7-0 lead at 6:51 of the second quarter.Foran chose to go with an onsides kick here, but Guilford recovered. Knapp got the call and ran to the outside, breaking three tackles and rumbling 58 yards for the score.\u201cWe have three kids in our backfield [along with Knapp there\u2019s quarterback Joe Nault and fullback Eric Zergiebel] who can run the ball for us,\u201d Guilford coach Tom Unger said.\u201cWe got the ball to their perimeter tonight and the pitch worked well.\u201dGuilford scored two more times in the second quarter, on a three-yard pass from Nault to Nick Setaro and on a 10-yard run by Zergiebel, to take a 20-7 lead into halftime.The Indians steadily pulled away in the second half and led 40-7 before Kasuba connected with White on an 11-yard play with 10 seconds left in the third quarter.\u201cWe need to start finishing drives,\u201d said Bevino, whose team, at 5-4, will finish its season at home on Thanksgiving Day morning with cross-city rival Jonathan Law (4-5).\u201cStill, I\u2019m proud of these kids; very proud of them.\u201cWe might\u2019ve gotten beat tonight, but we got beaten by a very good team.\u201dThe Lions were forced to play without one of their starting backs \u2014 senior Nico DeRosa out with a concussion.Foran was led in rushing by junior Connor Cadrin, who had 36 yards on 10 tries.Weissauer was the leading receiver, as he hauled in 14 passes for 124 yards.