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Bay Area high school football: Friday’s scores, Saturday’s schedule


Editor’s note: If you see your score missing from this list or incorrect on this list, please email the final score and key scoring plays (and a few stats, if you have them) to highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. Include the school names in the subject line.

It was one of the best nights of high school football in the Bay Area in recent memory, and the games sure lived up to the hype.

Friday’s matchups were filled with potential drama as top teams such as Serra, De La Salle, Wilcox, Menlo-Atherton, Los Gatos, Sacred Heart Prep and others all have big games.

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SCOREBOARD/SCHEDULE
Friday, Sept. 23
EAST BAY
Non-league

Amador Valley 14, Foothill 7 (OT)

Campolindo 42, Monte Vista 21

Concord 28, Arroyo 6

James Logan 17, Heritage 7

Las Lomas 34, De Anza 27

Marin Catholic 34, Antioch 11

Mt. Diablo 27, San Lorenzo 6

Northgate 28, College Park 14

Salesian 35, Vallejo 0

San Ramon Valley 42, Liberty 14

SOUTH BAY/PENINSULA/SF
PAL/SCVAL Lake

Woodside 47, Monta Vista 14

BVAL West Valley

Mt. Pleasant 41, Lick 0

Willow Glen 48, San Jose 22

West Catholic

Bellarmine 34, St. Ignatius 14

Mitty 32. Sacred Heart Cathedral 21

Riordan 16, Valley Christian 10

Serra 29, St. Francis 7

Non-league

Sacred Heart Prep 10, Los Gatos 7

Wilcox 21, Menlo-Atherton 20

INTERSECTIONAL

Bradshaw Christian 48, Ygnacio Valley 0

Folsom 24, De La Salle 20

Moreau Catholic 34, Skyline 28

Richmond 2, Galileo 0 (Galileo forfeited, read our story here)

Thursday, Sept. 22
SOUTH BAY/PENINSULA/SF
Non-league

Santa Teresa 23, Overfelt 6

Westmont 28, Leland 25

Saturday, Sept. 24
EAST BAY
Non-league

Hercules at Berean Christian, 1:30 p.m.

Newark Memorial at Washington-Fremont, 7 p.m.

Tennyson at Oakland Tech, 7 p.m.

SOUTH BAY/PENINSULA/SF
PAL/SCVAL Lake

South San Francisco at Fremont-Sunnyvale, 2 p.m.

Non-league

Christopher at Leigh, 7 p.m.

Palo Alto at Menlo School, 2 p.m.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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