No. 2 Valley Christian 44, Riordan 6
Valley Christian scored four touchdowns in the second quarter to build a 34-6 halftime advantage and cruised to the West Catholic Athletic League victory on its home field. Cory Taylor completed all five of his pass attempts for 159 yards and three touchdowns as the Warriors ran their record to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in league play. Jake Odjegbu (five carries, 107 yards, one TD) and Isaiah McElvane (11 carries, 104 yards, one TD) led the Valley Christian ground attack that piled up 333 yards. Kavir Bains (eight tackles, one interception) and William Cuddie (10 tackles) led the defense. Valley plays Bellarmine at San Jose City College next Friday. Riordan (2-5, 0-4) visits St. Ignatius next Saturday.
— Darren Sabedra
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Acalanes 17, No. 11 Campolindo 7
Acalanes held Campolindo scoreless until the final six minutes of the fourth quarter en route to the upset win. The Dons improved to 6-2 overall and 1-1 in the Diablo Athletic League Foothill Division. Campolindo also is 6-2, 1-1. Sophomore receiver Miles Bergman threw a 98-yard touchdown pass to Jack Muren midway through the first quarter to get the scoring started, and it stayed that way until the third period, when Hunter Ridley booted a 35-yard field to make it 10-0 Acalanes. The Dons increased their lead to 17-0 early in the fourth quarter on a 12-yard TD pass from quarterback Brady Huchingson to Muren. Acalanes then appeared to put the game away when Tommy Thrasher picked off a Campo pass, putting the ball just outside the red zone, but the Dons couldn’t take advantage. Campolindo finally broke through on a 17-yard TD toss from QB Grant Harper to Maxwell Weaver, but by then it was too little too late. Acalanes visits Miramonte next Friday while Campolindo goes on the road to Foothill Division leader Las Lomas.
— Mike Lefkow
No. 20 Los Gatos 48, Fremont-Sunnyvale 0
The visiting Wildcats took a 21-0 lead in the first quarter on their way to this Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division win. Seven Wildcats scored, including Yost Girvan, Adam Garwood and Mason Holbrook on runs in the first quarter. Girvan also thew a second-quarter TD pass to Will Schweitzer as Los Gatos led 35-0 at halftime. The Wildcats (7-1, 3-1 De Anza Division) host Palo Alto next Friday; Fremont (1-6, 0-3) travels to face Mountain View.
– Phil Jensen
No. 24 Seaside 27, Scotts Valley 0
The host Spartans scored in every quarter in this Pacific Coast Athletic League Mission Division win. Treyvon Campbell reached the end zone on runs of 5 and 16 …read more
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