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Wolf Pack off to 2-0 league start

Jack Tracy tracks the quarterback for the Wolf Pack. / Vic Marano


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West Hills 42, Valhalla 14

SANTEE — The West Hills Wolf Pack extended the season-long losing string of the Valhalla Norsemen to six straight after Friday’s (Sept. 23) easy decision at Wolf Pack Stadium.

Quarterback Collin Dill, a junior, had an 8-for-10 passing performance for West Hills.

Sophomore Malachi Warthen and junior Diego Calderon had receiving touchdowns for West Hills. Calderon had a team-high 98 yards combined rushing and receiving.

Vince Keller, a senior, and Nate Stevens, a junior, had rushing touchdowns for the Wolf Pack.

Jack Tracy had a sack for the Pack.

West Hills recorded three interceptions on defense, as Cameron Quigley, Kaiden Chambers, and Stevens all recorded picks.

Stevens had a 59-yard pick-six on his aerial theft.

Valhalla had a breakout performance from junior Dominic Silva, who rushed for a touchdown and caught a TD pass. Silva had 184 total yards, including 141 rushing, and three catches.

Since early in the 2017 season, Valhalla has posted a composite record of 7-45, including winless campaigns in 2020 (0-6) and 2018 (0-10).

One small, positive note for Valhalla: with their 14 points, the Norsemen have scored 40 points this season, thus avoiding the modern-era East County record for fewest points in a season (39).

More than a century ago, Grossmont once went completely scoreless over an entire season (0-4 record) when the school first opened its doors in 1920.


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