Quarterback Ebahn Feathers led Washington Union to a league win over Yosemite with 300 yards passing, and 105 yards rushing. Feathers passed for two touchdowns (37,6) and ran for two touchdowns (62,18). Feathers was the MVP of the San Francisco Scout.com Combine in the spring.
Feathers’ primary target, receiver Isiah Crunk, had six catches for 110 yards and the 37 yard touchdown. Crunk led the WU defense with 14 tackles (9 solo) and had his fourth, and fifth interceptions on the season.
Palos Verdes Peninsula Chadwick quarterback Andy Magee continued his eye-popping season with a 29-for-37 passing, 425-yards and seven touchdown pass performance in a 60-28 win over Linfield Christian.
Running back Billy Jacksn led Biggs to a 27-8 win over Mercy, rushing for 264 yards on 31 carries and two touchdowns and adding two sacks and a fumble recovery for a score.
Vacaville running back Terrance Dailey rushed for a season-best 219 yards and five touchdowns in the Bulldogs 56-14 win over Davis. Dailey set the Vacaville school career rushing record (4,202 yards) in the victory.
Rio Linda lost 26-24 to Woodland but not without a brilliant performance by running back Houston Roots, who rushed for 294 yards on 44 carries and scored two touchdowns in the defeat.
Bismark Navarro led San Francisco Lowell to a 34-6 win over Burton. Navarro rushed for 218 yards and four touchdowns on 23 carries.
San Francisco Riordan got a big performance by safety/receiver Daniel Cannon, who did it all on both sides of the ball. Cannon had 10 receptions for 240 yards and two touchdowns and added nine tackles in a 35-14 win over St. Ignatius.
Arcadia linebacker/tight end Todd Golper had a big game himself on both sides, recording 12 tackles and an interception that he took back 40 yards for a touchdown on defense and added 69 yards and a touchdown on four catches in just less than one half of play in the Apaches 35-14 romp over Glendale Hoover.
Morro Bay multi-threat Logan Budd may have had one of the best stat lines of the night in the state. Budd was 5-for-7 passing for 63 yards and a touchdown pass and rushed for 194 yards on 33 carries and three touchdowns on offense. Defensively, he had an interception and four tackles and on special teams, he kicked three PATs and finished the night with 21 points.
In Anaheim Canyon’s 28-13 win over Laguna Hills, Comanche running back Josh Hawkins rushed for a career best 304 yards on 33 carries and three touchdowns to keep Canyon unbeaten at 5-0.
After a 0-0 tie in the 1st half, Oxnard Santa Clara running back Cierre Wood helped the Saints defeat Mary Star 32-20. With only 49 yds in the first three quarters, Wood was nursing an upset stomach, but scored three touchdowns (60 yd, 70yd, 21yd) and rushed for 151 yds in the fourth quarter. He finished with 200 yards on 11carries. It was Wood's 4th straight game with over 20 points scored and over 200 all-purpose yards.
Another Saints prospect, sophomore FB/DE Svondo Bradley had a big game as well. Bradley rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown.
Chino Hills Ayala quarterback Matt Baca had a big game on Friday, throwing for 408 yards and a touchdown in a 33-21 win over West Covina. Baca is currently leading the Sierra League in passing with over 950 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions.
Santa Ana Mater Dei defeated Corona Centennial 51-37 in what was the “Game of the Century” thus far in the Golden State. And several Monarchs had big nights. Quarterback Matt Barkley threw for 365 yards and two touchdowns, his cousin Robbie Boyer being his favorite target. Boyer had nine catches for 186 yards and a touchdown. Robert Mojica ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns and Jaron Hytche ran for 126 yards and three touchdowns in the game.
The Huskies received big days from several of their stars in the loss, most notably running back Ryan Bass, who rushed for 326 yards and four touchdowns and also had 42 yards receiving. Marcel Posey had 90 yards receiving and quarterback Matt Scott had 179 yards passing, 186 yards rushing and a touchdown and added 41 yards receiving in the loss.
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