Utilizing sprint-out pass plays almost exclusively, Torti spread the ball around to five receivers and had McDevitt's pass defense baffled all game long.
"He is an outstanding quarterback, and he played a great game," McDevitt coach Pat Manzi said.
"They executed well on offense, and they really hurt us with their team speed."
Despite falling behind, 20-7, at halftime, the Lancers came out energized in the second half. A fumble recovery by McDevitt defensive lineman Ed Heffernan set up a 1-yard Talley plunge that helped cut the Chaminade lead to 6, at 20-14, midway through the third quarter.
However, disaster struck on McDevitt's next possession as the Lancers were whistled for a seldom-seen illegal kick on a punt attempt from their own 14- yard line. The 10-yard penalty and loss of down gave the Flyers a first- and-goal at the Lancer 4-yard line.
On the next play, Torti hit running back Nicholas Milone with a scoring toss, and the Flyers never looked back.
McDevitt was able to slow the Chaminade offense, allowing only 95 second- half yards after the Flyers amassed 256 yards (201 passing) in the opening half.
But McDevitt lacked the comeback scoring ability it needed as its pass offense struggled all night. Senior quarterback Tim Flaherty was 5 for 12, with three interceptions.
"We stepped up in the third quarter and started to figure them out," McDevitt's Talley said.
"We didn't know what we were going to see. But I do know that we'll come out ready to play next week" against Archbishop Carroll.