Forget about this great fingertip reception
by Scott Root (28) of El Capitan.
Check out the hot chopper behind the appropriately
named Harley Hoyt (6).
(Photo by Don DeMars Photography)
Rising Eagles are having a Bis-ball
Canyon rallies past Vista
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VISTA (9-21-13) Steele Canyon High
coach SCOTT LONGERBONE might argue that
his Cougars (2-2) are challenged by the
toughest schedule in the San Diego Section
If it isnt, its close.
MARKELL LINDLEY rushed for two second-half
touchdowns and XAVIER GOODLOE returned a
blocked field goal for an 87-yard score
in the first half, as the visiting Cougars
(2-2) handed RBV (3-1) its first loss 27-23.
With just seconds left in the second quarter,
the Longhorns were attempting a 25-yard
field goal when the Cougars' WILLIE FAIR
rushed past the right side of the line and
slid easily into the backfield to dive and
block the kick. The ball bounced nearly
10 feet in the air, and Goodloe grabbed
it with one hand and raced the length of
the field for a touchdown, as the game was
tied 7-7 at intermission.
Rancho Buena Vista opened the scoring on
a punt return by Chad Woolsey for an 80-yard
In the third quarter, LAWRENCE DICKENS
ran around right end for an 87-yard score
to give the Cougars the lead. Dickens had
lined up in the left slot, took the handoff
and got blocks from the pulling left-side
linemen CHANDLER ROGERS and SPENCER SNIPES.
He juked an RBV defender to the ground and
the 20 and went untouched for the long score.
It was a perfect counter play,
said Steele Canyon coach SCOTT LONGERBONE.
Rancho Buena Vista tied the game on a touchdown
pass from Dylan Harris to Tre Baird for
a 30-yard score early in the fourth quarter.
The Longhorns had a chance to go ahead,
but missed a 25-yard field goal.
Lindley, however would have more to say.
He had a 64-yard run down to the RBV 2,
before running in for the go-ahead score
from there. However, the Cougars would miss
Rancho Buena Vista answered with a 7-play,
58-yard drive, as Woolsey gave the Longhorns
the lead with a 1-yard TD, as their conversion
put them ahead by one with 3:16 left.
Dickens made his presence felt on the ensuing
kickoff, returning the ball 79 yards inside
the RBV 20. Lindley scored from the 1 with
2:04 left, giving the Cougars a 27-21 advantage.
Rancho Buena Vista put a late comeback
effort in play when it returned the kickoff
58 yards, but senior defensive back ALEX
WILEY intercepted a deep pass in double
coverage inside the Cougar 5 to thwart the
The Longhorns got one last-chance series
after a kick following a safety, but JOSEPH
ALSHEIKH chased down the quarterback for
a fourth-down sack to finish the game.
The Cougars' defense also made a big fourth-down
stop at midfield in the first half, but
they saved their best for the last two series
as defenders PEYTON SCHIRMAN, MARVIN CALDWELL,
SEAN MCCARTHY, RILEY JONES and JEBARI GAUSE-BROWN
helped stop the Longhorns' last-ditch effort.
Lindley finished with 181 yards
168 of them in the second half on
By Bill Dickens
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EL CAJON It was a dismal season for Granite Hills
High a year ago when the Eagles staggered to a 1-9 finish.
The Eagles are off to a 3-1 start this season, including
a 51-29 victory over El Centro-Central on Friday night
(Sept. 20) in Valley Stadium.
JESSE BISBAL scored 5 touchdowns to lead the Eagles
stampede. He rushed for 125 yards on 18 carries for
three scores, and caught 2 passes for 91 yards for two
You know basically Im kind of selfish,
Bisbal said. Im asking for the ball every
time I can get it. Of course Im not foolish enough
to think my offensive line doesnt pave the way.
We have 34 seniors returning and were excited
for our coach, Bisball added. We think this
will be our time.
A week ago Bisbal rushed for 252 yards so this is definitely
I might have had 6 touchdowns tonight but we
ran a quarterback wedge, he said, and CHRIS
MEREDITH carried it across. But I cant complain
because its a lot better feeling to have the record
we have now than the record we had last year.
In addition to Bisbal running wild, Eagles quarterback
Meredith completed 8 of 11 passes for 232 yards and
Kickoff return specialist BLAKE DeHAVEN has scored
in about every way you can. He hauled in a 62-yard touchdown
pass against Central Union, but his specialty is returning
kickoffs. The Spartans realized that and did not kick
the ball his way.
DeHaven accounted for 130 all-purposeyards and scored
on a 62-yard pass play on his way to the endzone.
You know, were just coming together as
a team, DeHaven said. We have a lot more
experience than we had last year and we plan to take
advantage of it.
HELIX 42, MOUNT MIGUEL 19 No question
Helix was angry when the Highlanders were picked as
7-point underdogs to Spring Valley rival Mount Miguel
in Friday nights (Sept. 20) battle for the Claymore
The symbolic trophy between these two schools for decades
has rested in the Highlanders library for
40 of the last 56 years, including 24 of the last 25
with tonights victory.
The Highlanders snapped a 7-7 tie to take a 42-7 lead
in the fourth quarter.
Sophomore quarterback MICHAEL AUSTIN completed 11 of
13 passes for 205 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Highlanders
improved to 3-1.
Asked what he thought about being tabbed an underdog,
Austin shrugged his shoulders and said, It cut
a little deep but we knew we had the skills to overcome
whatever they had to offer.
Helix started fast when Mount Miguel fumbled at the
Helix 1-yard line. Austin picked up the miscue and punched
it into the endzone for a 7-0 lead.
Mount Miguel countered quickly on a 2-yard run by BEN
LOMIBAO. But the Highlanders never threw in the towel
as Austin threw a 20-yard scoring pass to DASHAWN KEIRSEY
to give Helix a lead they would not lose.
The Highlanders kept the pressure on in the second
quarter as AARON HARDIN reeled in a 15-yard scoring
pass from Austin. After that it was a game of chase
for Mount Miguel (2-2).
The issue was decided on the opening kickoff of the
third quarter when Mr. Touchdown
JALEN DAVIS faked a reverse to ADRIAN PETTY at
the goal line and returned a kickoff 99 yards for a
As all of the teams in East County know, if Davis gets
his hands on the ball theyre in trouble.
For good measure Davis also caught 3 passes for 55
yards and returned a punt for 13 yards.
Austin finished with 11 of 18 passes for 205 yards
and 2 touchdowns.
Im really proud of our quarterback,
said Helix coach TROY STARR. He had ligament damage
in his pinky of his throwing hand for the first three
games and thats really hurt him. This is the first
game that hes been healthy. Were still a
work in progress but I like what I see.
What Starr liked most was Jalen Davis.
Hes electrifying, the coach said.
Mount Miguel quarterback BRAD MORENO completed 20 of
33 passes for 252 yards and a touchdown. RASHAD HARPER
caught 9 balls for 135 yards and a TD.
Valhalla's John Todd (left) extends for the
touchdown grab. Meanwhile,
El Capitan's Scott Root (28) rises above Harley
Hoyt for the reception.
(Photos by Don DeMars Photography)
EL CAPITAN 49, VALHALLA 25 Neither team
got what it wanted Friday night (Sept. 20) when El Capitan
visited Valhalla. The Vaqueros had steamrolled their
first three opponents of the young season for the whopping
combined score of 165-14. And, although it has been
a few years since the Norsemen thumped the Lakesiders
70-7, that defeat still lingers in the halls of El Capitan.
Valhalla wanted to upset the talent-laden Vaqueros,
but, as it turned out, the game was close....for
a while. In the end, however, El Cap prevailed, 49-25.
Valhalla senior JOHN TODD caught the opening kickoff
on the 10-yard line and raced to the Vaqueros
31-yard line for a 59-yard kickoff return. Five plays
later, senior quarterback DANIEL RODRIGUEZ tossed a
center-screen pass to Todd, who maneuvered through traffic
to the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown pass-catch.
EAN HENDRICKSON split the uprights for a quick 7-0 lead,
with 10 minutes left to play in the first quarter.
The Vaqueros roared right back as junior quarterback
BRAD CAGLE was red-hot. After connecting with senior
wide receiver DILLON RETTIG for a 29-yard gain to the
Valhalla 35-yard line, he hit senior wide receiver SCOTT
ROOT with another 29-yard gain, this time to the Norsemen
With a first-and-goal, Valhalla sophomore CHRIS YOHE
teamed up with sophomore J.J. MEIER and senior linebacker
JACOB JENSON to stuff the runner for a 3-yard loss.
Cagle then threw a center-screen pass to Root, who sprinted
to the end zone for a quick touchdown. Junior placekicker
TAKOTA CUROs PAT was true, knotting the score
at 7-7, with 7:41 left to play in the initial period.
About two minutes later, Cagle hooked up with swift
ISAIAH CAPOOCIA with a 48-yard TD pass. Once again,
Curo (7-7 PAT) was accurate, giving the visitors their
first lead, 14-7 in the first quarter. They never looked
back, scoring twice more in the second quarter (Cagle
5-yard run and an 81-yard pass play between Cagle and
Root), cruising to a 28-7 halftime lead).
The second half started out promising for the Norsemen
when senior strong safety FABIAN YAKOU blocked an El
Cap punt, driving the ball back through the end zone
for a safety, inching the Norsemen closer, 29-9 only
one and one-half minutes into the third quarter.
Valhalla made it interesting mid-way through the third
period when Rodriguez threw a 7-yard fade pass to Todd
deep in the end zone for a TD. The Norsemen added 2
more points after Todd successfully swept to the right
side, making it 28-17 in the third quarter. Cagle and
the El Cap offense quickly took over the game, however,
by adding two more TDs a 32-yard pass to Capoocia
and a 70-yard strike to Root, hitting the trifecta (14
points scored in each of the first three quarters),
to put the game away 42-17 after three periods.
Powerful runner D.J. SMITH added another Vaqueros touchdown
early in the last stanza with a nifty 11-yard burst
up the middle.
For Valhalla, Rodriguez scored on a 1-yard run and
also scored a two point conversion with 7:58 left in
the game, ending the scoring at 49-25.
Cagle had an extraordinary evening, completing 19 of
33 passes for 416 yards and 5 TDs. The Vaqueros also
rushed for 101 yards on 31 attempts, amassing 512 yards
of total offense. Root finished with 7 receptions for
233 yards and 3 touchdowns. Capoocia caught 5 passes
for 213 yards and 2 touchdowns. Rettig also caught 5
passes for 45 yards.
For Valhalla, Rodriguez was 19-35-3 passing for 228
yards and 2 TDs.
WEST HILLS 23, SERRA 0 Head coaches TAY
SNEDDON of West Hills and Brian Basteyns of Serra are
close friends. They get together whenever their busy
schedules allow, and they talk on the phone at least
once or twice a week when hectic schedules dont
One has wonder how odd their next conversation will
Both are cordial folks, so Sneddon probably wont
rub in the fact that his defense completely dominated
Basteyns offense on Friday night (Sept. 20), limiting
the Conquistadors to zero points, 55 total yards and
five first downs. Both are classy types, too, so Basteyns
probably wont make excuses for fielding a lineup
devoid of nine projected starters.
But the fact remains: West Hills delivered a 23-0 whupping
on the Conquistadors to move to 4-0 for the second time
in as many years. The score may not indicate such, but
this was a spanking on the Smurf Turf.
After a sloppy and lackluster start, the Wolf Pack
scored on four of their next five possessions to seal
their fifth win against the Qs in their last six
Defense was awesome, as usual said Sneddon,
in his third year at the helm at West Hills. And
were finally starting to get some life from our
E.J. GARCIA led a host of defensive stalwarts for the
Pack, posting three sacks for minus-32 yards as well
as numerous other big hits on the depleted Qs.
D.J. LEWIS intercepted his fourth pass of the season,
and RYDEN KERR added a sack as defending City League-champion
Serra (2-2) netted only 11 yards rushing and 44 passing.
Right now, at this time, were not a very
good football team, Basteyns said. With
the personnel we have, we should never get shut out.
But give West Hills credit. They did a helluva
job. They knew what they were doing, and we didnt
have an answer for it.
West Hills finished with a respectable 153 yards rushing
and 133 passing, despite committing numerous penalties.
NOAH YLAGAN rushed 17 times for 99 and a pair of 1-yard
O-line did a great job, Ylagan said. They
made holes where I wasnt getting touched for seven
yards. That was nice.
JACOB SHAW added 46 yards on 11 carries. STEPHEN SCHINDLER
was 8-of-16 passing for 74 yards with no interceptions.
DANIEL McMANUS caught five of those passes for 49 yards.
This is a good offense, Sneddon said, when
we dont make mistakes.
Because of those miscues, West Hills had only three
first-half possessions, but the third one was a beauty.
The Wolf Pack marched 67 yards in 14 plays, covering
5:32 and ending in Ylagans first 1-yard TD to
make it 7-0 with 0:45 left in the first half.
Oddly, and mainly because this was a defensive dogfight
in the first half, a pair of back-to-back 1-yard runs
were the offensive highlights of the first half. On
the play before Ylagans TD and following
three consecutive timeouts Schindler made a nice
second-effort to convert a fourth-and-inches QB sneak
to give West Hills a first down at the 1-yard line.
As weird as it was to witness three straight timeouts
before an obvious, short-range call, the first two touches
of the second half were even stranger.
After intermission, Lewis accepted the kickoff and
raced 70 yards along the West Hills sideline before
being tackled at the 20-yard line.
Wait for it
Apparently a West Hills player on the sideline got
too excited and wanted a better view of the glorious
return. In doing so, he stepped into the path of the
side judge and was whistled for an illegal participation
penalty. That brought the ball back to the West Hills
41-yard line, costing the Pack 39 yards of real estate.
Enter RAPHY CARR, a junior wide receiver who touched
the ball only once in this tilt. In motion from the
left, Carr took a handoff from behind Schindler, faked
a run to his right and then pulled up to hoist a perfect
pass to Lewis about 30 yards downfield. Lewis then glided,
juked, and dove into the end zone for a 59-yard TD to
make it 14-0.
Serra got its only first down of the second half on
its next play, but then went three-and-out. West Hills
then carded 13 plays, covering 73 yards and culminating
in Ylagans second 1-yard TD scamper to make it
20-0 (McManus PAT attempt was blocked).
McManus, San Diego Countys leader in field goals,
booted his fifth of the season to finish the scoring
with 6:35 left to play. His 18-yarder was a far-cry
from the pair of 52-yarders he blasted in last weeks
27-13 win over El Centro Central.
To better illustrate West Hills day on defense, consider
Serras drives in number of plays: 3, 9, 7, 1,
4, 3, 2, 3, and 2.
Defense was phenomenal, Ylagan said. They
really stepped up tonight as they have all season.
West Hills will try to match last years 5-0 start
next Friday at El Capitan (4-0), but to do so the Pack
must eliminate the yellow hankies flying their way.
A season-long epidemic, West Hills was whistled for
11 penalties resulting in 101 yards. Further damaging,
it lost an additional 66 yards stemming from those penalties.
If we play that way against El Cap, its
going to be a long bus ride home, Sneddon told
his troops after the game. Still a long way to
go, but were very happy to be 4-0.
Though this was West Hills first shutout, it has allowed
only 26 points in a 4-0 start.
Its a great feeling, but we expect it,
Ylagan said. The next game against El Cap is going
to be huge."
CHRISTIAN 35, ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 13 The
Patriots improved to 4-0 with the road win over the
Knights in San Bernardino County.
MICHAEL CARRILLO hit KAI ARVAN with an 80-yard touchdown
pass in the first half. Carrillo connected with the
wideout in stride at the 30, and he outraced his defender
for the score.
Later in the first half, Carrillo hit receiver NICK
SEXTON on a third-and-4 at the Ontario Christian 23
with a screen pass. Sexton took a step back to receive
the quick aerial at the 25. Arvin, the outside receiver,
blocked his defender and Sexton ran past his man before
breaking an attempted tackle at the 8-yard line to go
in for the score.
ZANE COFFMAN had an 8-yard touchdown run and a 33-yard
touchdown run before halftime for the Patriots, as the
offensive front CHAD HUMPHRIES, LAITHE ISENMANN,
DAVID SUDA, PAUL LIEMGRUBER, SEBASTIAN SWIFT and OWEN
ADAIR had a big night opening holes for Coffman.
Im not afraid to say this is one of my
best teams, Christian coach MATT OLIVER said.
Now we have to prove it.
EL CAJON VALLEY 51, SAN YSIDRO 34 The Braves
got their first win of the season Friday night (Sept.
20) as they crushed the San Ysidro Cougars for the second
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The Braves' Mr. Everything MATHEW SHEARIN had a 15-yard
touchdown run in the first quarter on a rush to the
left side for a 7-0 lead, as linemen MINAHS SHAMOON
and CUAUHTEMAC GUTIERREZ had their way with the San
Ysidro defensive front for most of the evening.
The Braves were up 14-0 before San Ysidro would get
on the board when Cougars quarterback Alan Godoy scored
on a keeper. A two-point conversion made it 14-8.
Shearin had a 50-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter
behind exceptional blocking by CIRWAN SALIH. Shearin
ran between the remaining defenders in the secondary
to make it 43-26.
El Cajon Valley quarterback ALAN MICHAEL HARRIS added
a touchdown run on an 17-yard keeper, as he faked a
handoff and took off for the left side, picking up the
key block from RAYMOND ORTIZ to cruise into the end
We played a great game, said El Cajon Valley
coach NORMAN WHITEHEAD. We ran ball well.
The Braves have scored 83 points against San Ysidro
in the last two meetings with the Cougars.The 51 markers
is the third=highest by El Cajon Valley, which set the
school record of 63 against El Centro Southwest in 2008.
MONTE VISTA 35, SWEETWATER 3 The visiting
Monarchs were fired up from the start Friday night (Sept.
20) at Hilltop High.
"We need to play tough on defense and create turnovers
to win this contest," stated Monte Vista coach
RON HAMAMOTO. "This will definitely be a quick
Coach Hamamoto definitely hit the nail on the head
as this Division 4 contest was completed in under two
The Monte Vista defense established itself on the first
Sweetwater drive, creating their first three-and-out
On the first offensive play from scrimmage just two
minutes into the game,
Monarchs running back LEE WADE slipped through the cracks,starting in the right slot, got the inside handoff
and rushed 58 yards off left tackle, getting a series
of clearing blocks from ANTONIO BUSTOS, ERIC COLLINS
and No. 11 (name not available) to make an easy thoroughfare
down the left side of the field to the end zone. A bonus
2-point conversion added by running back JEMEIL JACKSON
left the early score at 8-0.
The Monarch defensive unit looked like the Steel Curtain,
led by linebacker JONATHAN ARCHIBALD and defensive back
BRANDON PHATSENHANN, plus two of three fumbles recovered
by linebacker ISAIAH FARR.
The Monarchs would score two more times before intermission
with a commanding 20-3 lead. Their next score came on
a direct snap, as fullback Collins took the ball behind
blockers JONATHAN TARIPE and No. 89 (name not available),
and rumbled 21 yards for the score.
Wade added another long touchdown run, this time from
74 yards away. Wade came out of his usual slot position,
this time on the left side. The snap was poor, but Monarchs
quarterback THOMAS WALKER made a nice recovery in time
to give it to Wade perfectly, as ALEJANDRO CHAVEZ cleared
the way this time, as the Red Devils had trouble stopping
the winged ground attack.
Because of deferring the coin toss, would get the ball
yet again to start the second half.
The second half was no different as the Monarchs would
continue to roll with the ground attack, posting 14
more points on the board before the end of the third
quarter, leaving the lopsided score 34-3 in favor of
the visitors with Wade scoring again on a 4-yard run
and Jackson running for 55 yards to paydirt.
The score would stand as the 4th quarter became 12
minutes of a running clock behind a stingy defense,
and resulting in a major pummeling of the Sweetwater
"This one is definitely a confidence builder,
exclaimed Hammamoto. "Our defense really stepped
it up, and it was nice to beat a Division 4 team."
Other notables were the Monarch offense, which finished
with an impressive 34 carries for 417 yards. Leading
the way was Wade with 8 carries for 177 yards and three
touchdowns, and his cohort, the elusive Jackson who
finished with 14 carries for 118 yards and a touchdown.
Santana ball-carrier Tanner
(Photo by Ramon Scott)
FRANCIS PARKER 52, SANTANA 13 In the
new San Diego section playoff format both teams are
in Division 3 despite a huge difference in the two schools'
You would think the much bigger school would be entering
Friday night's (Sept. 20) game undefeated while
the small school was winless. But it was the exact opposite
and even a full moon in the background couldn't produce
a weird or unexpected outcome.
It didn't take long for those in attendance to realize
exactly how this game would end. After 12 offensive
plays, the Lancers had already scored four touchdowns
and left Santana defenders running in circles all night.
It seems like we can always put together two
or three good quarters, said Sultans head coach
TIM ESTES. We are just really struggling to play
a complete game.
The Sultans picked the wrong part of the game to hit
the snooze button, as they fell behind 28-0 early in
the second quarter, after Parker had only run 12 offensive
Quarterback FRANKIE GUTIERREZ (13-18, 153 yards) and
running back ZACH LEWIS (23165, 1 TD) each posted
great stats, but the Parker offense was so dynamic that
the Sultans longest scoring drive lasted all of
WILL PETTY hauled in Gutierrez's lone touchdown of
the night, late in the fourth quarter with a 32-yard
smooth scoring strike over the middle.
LUTHERAN 33, FOOTHILLS CHRISTIAN 6 Small-division
schools, which rarely field rosters of more than 30
players really feel the pain when key performers are
missing. But when the opponent also makes a key addition,
it can make for a long night.
For the Knights, both occurred during Friday's (Sept.
20) Citrus League opener at Seau Field.
Lutheran saw the season debut of running back Nick
Taylor, who rushed 19 times for 110 yards and a pair
of first-half touchdowns, helping the visitors race
to a 26-6 halftime lead.
Without any videotape of Taylor, Foothills Christian
needed a half to finally find a way to slow down the
sophomore, who posted 95 of his yards before the intermission.
"I was out due to an (undisclosed) injury,"
said Taylor, a sophomore. "We ran the ball well
thanks to our blockers, so we just want to keep doing
the same thing and play hard every day."
Meanwhile, the hosts were without a pair of upperclassmen
on defense who were out of the state, forcing a series
of inexperienced freshmen to fill in. Their growing
pains allowed Lutheran to keep control of the football.
However, two quick Foothills Christian turnovers made
it an uphill battle early on.
After Lutheran recovered a fumble, they needed just
two plays to cover 53 yards, the final 49 on a TD pass
to James Watts.
The fumble occurred immediately after Foothills saw
a 52-yard TD pass from CALEB HOFFMAN to ALEX CLAYTON
get erased due to offensive pass interference
FCHS argued that both players pushed off so no foul
should've been flagged.
On Foothills' very next play from scrimmage, Lutheran's
Maurice McFalls registered an interception. The 55-yard
runback set-up a 5-yard TD sweep by Taylor on the ensuing
play, giving Lutheran two touchdowns over a 36-second
Taylor added his second score on the opening play of
the second quarter a 3-yard gallop for
a 20-0 cushion.
"With Nick pounding the ball and our combo passing
package, the offense just worked tonight," noted
Lutheran junior quarterback Noah Henkell. "We also
got some great plays on defense from (lineman) Toby
Linehan and (lineman) Nathan Smith."
The Knights then warmed up. Hoffman scrambled to the
right, threading his way around five defenders on a
60-yard scoring romp. A key downfield block by CONNER
GEORGE sprang his quarterback to cover the final 45
Hoffman finished with 169 rushing yards on 18 carries,
despite being sacked three times.
"Their quarterback (Hoffman) was amazing,"
added Taylor. "We will need to really contain
him if we play again in the playoffs."
Hoffman completed 6-of-19 passes for 39 yards, including
a long of 16 to George. The other five receptions went
to senior DAN ZASTOUPIL.
For Foothills (1-3 overall, 0-1 league), DANIEL HOFFMAN
registered three solo tackles and a fumble recovery
(forced by RILEY HART), while WYATT BASSON posted four
tackles and an interception.
The contest marked the return of former Knights coach
STEVE PERDUE, who is now an assistant for Lutheran (1-3,
0-1), which won its first game since returning to 11-man
Lutheran also saw Cheyenne Batteau (a girl) play extensively
at right guard. However, freshman linebacker Mugan Blue
has been declared temporarily ineligible by the CIF,
as state rules prohibit 13-year olds from participating
in varsity football, even though Lutheran coaches noted
Blue is one of the ballclub's top performers. He is
expected back in 2-3 weeks following his birthday.
West Hills 41, Serra 20
El Capitan 36, Valhalla 16
Christian 50, Ontario Christian 15
Helix 54, Mount Miguel 6
Graniye Hills 21, El Centro-Central 10
Santana 17, Francis Parker 0
Steele Canyon 38, Rancho BV 14
Only scores reported
Valhalla 23, El Capitan 6
Vista 20, Steele Canyon 7
Santana 13, Grossmont 6
Helix 51, Mount Miguel 16
Monte Vista 26, Sweetwater 16
El Centro-Central 14, Granite Hills 12
Serra 20, West Hills 8
El Capitan 4-0
ECVHS 0-1 (3 missing)
Monte Vista 0-2 (2 missing)
Mount Miguel unkown
West Hills 4-0
Steele Canyon 2-2
Granite Hills 0-2
Monte Vista 3-1
El Capitan 2-2
ECVHS 0-0 (plays league only)
Mount Miguel unkown
Steele Canyon 2-2
Granite Hills 1-2
West Hills 0-3
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