The St. Xavier Bombers made the track down I-71 for a showdown with Kentucky 6A perennial power, the Trinity Shamrocks, and came back home with a hard-earned 17-10 victory.

Junior running back Conor Hundley continued his stellar junior campaign by rushing for 210 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries to help lead the St. Xavier (3-1) to the win.

Trinity (3-1) got on the board first when Derek Bishop ran in a score from a yard out. However, Hundley would answer with as a 91-yard scoring run of his own to knot the game at 7-7 after 12 minutes of play. Hundley's second score would come in the third quarter to give the Bombers the lead for good.

The teams would trade field goals in the fourth quarter, but in the end St. Xavier's defense would seal the deal. Unlike their GCL South foes Elder, who fell last week at Trinity, the Bombers would leave Louisville with a win.

Next up for St. Xavier is a clash with Moeller in a game that will have huge implications on the GCL South and playoff races.