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No. 3 Pittsburgh 31, Wilcox 26.
Pittsburgh made a huge cushion on the road on Friday night but Wilcox had to hang up late to charge hard. Vitas is near Mesica. Details in his story.
No. 4 de la Salle 49, Catholic Catholic 21.
Returning home from last week’s shock loss on the way to St. Francis, De La Salle trailed 14-0. But this time, the Spartans roared and roamed the San Diego Power Cathedral. Read Avon V. Beck’s story here..
No. 6 California 41, Malpitas 7.
California made three touchdowns in five minutes of the second quarter and improved the season to 4-0. Melpitas (1-3) leveled the score at 7-7 on a 40-yard touchdown pass in the first minute of the second quarter. Tibers Igorrova. To Asia Delona, Grizzlies went to work. California QB Teddy Boras. Favorite recipient tossed a 48-yard TD pass. Jack Calcagno. To make it 13-7. This was his second hook-up of the game. In the first quarter, Boras and Calcagno connected at 53 yards touchdown. About four minutes later, دیوان محبت۔ The Grizzlies extended their lead to 20-7 as a 28-yard touchdown pass. A minute later, Elijah Sarnac. Running 25 yards with an interception kept the game from reaching 27-7. In the second half, Boris threw a touchdown. Macri Medroga., Then Love made another quick touchdown to complete the scoring. – Mike Lefko
No. 7 McClelland 33, Marine Catholic 22.
Marin Catholic allowed only seven points in his first three games. On Friday, while playing at his home ground in McClelland, Auckland, the Wild Cats went against the defense and suffered damage on the ground to remain unbeaten. Here is the story of Phil Jensen..
No. 9 Ballarman 28, Central Catholic-Modesto 21.
Bellarmine scored a touchdown goal in the last minute and sealed the victory over Central Catholics at the end of time at Sun Zone Joti City College, winning by the same score that Central Catholics defeated Bell in the spring. Here is a complete overview of Darren Sabedra..
Damonte Ranch-Reno 31, No. 14 Acalanes 30
Junior Joe Brown There was a night he will never forget. Running back / place kicker scored a touchdown for Demonte Ranch, was 4 for 4 on extra points and kicked the winning field goal against Visitor’s previous unbeaten Ecclesiastes (3-1). The Mustangs (1-3) never took the lead until Brown had three points left with eight minutes to go. Quarterback Luke Souza Throw two touchdown passes for the Acalanes, Dent Montgomery. There was a 40 yard touchdown run and Millsbergman. Taken a break 80 yards from home for Ecclesiastes. But the Downs (3-1) hurt themselves with mistakes, the biggest kick-off return being a penalty that erased six points from the scoreboard. With just over a minute to play, the Aucklens reached Demonte Ranch 20, but an obstacle removed the threat. Mustangs quarterback. Cooper Anderson. It was a great game, throwing for two touchdowns and running for the third. – Mike Lefko
No. 15 Monte Vista 21, No. 16 Liberty 14.
Montevista remained undefeated. Jack Andrews. Two touchdowns were caught. Dylan Dwight. To lead the way. Curtis Pashilka has the whole story..
Campolando 34, No. 20 San Leandro 27.
In the back and forth game in the cock, Ruby Horst He broke the 27-27 tie with a 2-minute goal in the last minute to give Campolando their second victory of the season. The host Cougars (2-2) lost two in a row, including a 49-0 home defeat against Optos two weeks ago. Campo fell to Liberty 13-7 last week, a sign that the coach. Of Kevin Macy. The inexperienced team was moving in the right direction. On Friday, the Cougars took a big step forward against the San Leandro team, who started the season with wins over Cardinal Newman and Freedom, before losing decisively to Belarus at home last week. Campo hit the first Friday. Dash Weaver. associated with Michael Quinn Outside 28 yards for a 6-0 lead. Of Cameron Palmer. A 6-yard run gave San Leandro a 7-6 advantage. Weaver’s 42 yard pass two. Robbie Mascheron. Campo regained the lead, eventually scoring 27-13 before attacking San Leandro’s short TD runs. Dewan Daniels. And Palmer. Next Friday, San Leandro (2-2) hosts Grenada and will return home to face Campo Hayward. – Darren Subedra.
Heritage 41, James Logan 15.
Heritage took a 34-7 lead after three quarters and a victory over James Logan (0-4). Quarterback Jacob Waso And the recipient Jeremiah Rafin. Celebrated his return home with three touchdown passes for the Patriots (2-2), and the star is running back. Devon Rivers Scored three times “We played well,” coach. Dave Fujelstrom. Said. “We made a big difference between the Close East game and this game.” Heritage lost 35-14 to Klaus East last week. – Mike Lefko
Foot Heel 49, Freedom 6.
Fothel knocked Freedom out of the game with 28 points in the first 12 minutes. Fothal (3-1) came back from their only loss of the season behind the quarterback last week. Nick Walsh, Who threw four touchdowns. The Falcons also had to reach the end zone. Cade Millard., Kenny Olson And Tony Shelassy.. “We did a lot of crime,” the coach said. Greg Hobner. Said. “We ran the ball efficiently.” The Falcons will take to the streets next week against their Pleasanton rival, Amador Valley. Azadi have dropped three in a row since beating Hayward in their opener, the schedule has been brutal – San Leandro, California, Futhel – and Azadi is a young team. – Mike Lefko
South Bay / Peninsula
Leland 28, Pioneer 0.
The Chargers (2-1) away from the Pioneer in the second half of Dean’s fight – aka Al-Madin Valley. Mark Abby He made a second touchdown in the third quarter to give Leland a 3D advantage Pierre Goldstein. Finished the score with a 38-yard run in the fourth quarter. Nathan Wright 1 yard quarterback secretly opened the scoring in the first half. Pioneer fell to 1-2. – Phil Jensen