East County Sports

Matadors, Knights win; Red Hawks fall

2017 EAST COUNTY PREP FOOTBALL

MOUNT MIGUEL 58, EL CAJON VALLEY 9

 

EastCountySports.com staff report

 

EL CAJON – Mount Miguel shook off a rough shutout last week by roughing up El Cajon Valley, 58-9, in a Grossmont Valley League game Friday night.

Mount Miguel senior SHEMAR GREENE scored on a touchdown run early in the first quarter en route to a five TD night against the Braves.

Minutes later, Greene scored again as quarterback ERIC GRAHAM shook off an El Cajon Valley rusher and flipped a shovel pass to his back.

DAMIONTE WAFER scored his first-ever touchdown at any level on a scoop and score fumble return on a punt late in the first quarter to make it 25-0 at the end of one.

Greene had a 62-yard TD on a pass by Graham.

Graham, playing in place of starter MUGABE MILLER, who was injured last week against Monte Vista, had a touchdown run.

Mount Miguel recorded two interceptions.

El Cajon Valley has a field goal near the end of the half and it was a thing of beauty considering the Braves haven’t been too active in their place-kicking game over the last few years.

El Cajon Valley held the Matadors to only one touchdown in the second half.

PATRICK CHIMA, a sophomore scored on a 58-yard lateral on a punt return down the right sideline.

El Cajon Valley scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter on rush by RONALD HULLUM.

Mount Miguel (3-5, 1-1) will host Granite Hills in a Valley contest next Friday, while El Cajon Valley (1-6, 0-1) faces Monte Vista.


2017 EAST COUNTY PREP FOOTBALL

HOLTVILLE 14, MOUNTAIN EMPIRE 10

 

EastCountySports.com staff report

 

HOLTVILLE – The Mountain Empire Red Hawks dropped a 14-10 contest here Friday night to the host Vikings.

Mountain Empire scored on a scoop-n-score by COLTON ALLEN after the Red Hawks blocked a Holtville punt.

GABRIEL HYDORN was 13-of-27 for 187 yards and one interception for the Red Hawks.

WYATT MANN caught five passes for 118 yards for the Red Hawks.

CAMERON WILL charged the Empire defense with 19 tackles, while Allen finished with 10 tackles, a 1/2 a sack.

BLAKE JARRELL looked sharp with 10 tackles, while JONATHAN PENUELAS had 15 tackles for Mountain Empire (2-4)

CHARLIE SALLEE had a sack and six tackles, as the Vikings were active on the ground with 38 carries in the contest.

DALLAS PRINCE and senior ISAIAH COLEMAN both had interceptions in the first half for Mountain Empire.

WYATT AGUILAR kicked a 23-yard field goal for the Red Hawks.

 


2017 EAST COUNTY PREP FOOTBALL

FOOTHILLS CHRISTIAN 66, WARNER 24

 

Special to ECS.com

 

LA MESA – Foothills Christian won an 8-man football game Friday night against visiting Warner at Seau Field.

The Knights won their sixth-straight, including a forfeit, and sent Warner to a 1-6 mark.

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