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November 16, 2010 > Prep football rundown

Prep football rundown

By Biff Jones

Santa Clara Valley Athletic League
Milpitas High School football ended the season on a three-game winning streak with a 20-0 defeat of visiting, and previously unbeaten, Los Altos High School on Friday, Nov. 12.

Milpitas starting quarterback Tony Sauceda left the game with an injurt in the first quarter. After backup Brian Nguyen was ineffective throwing the football, the Trojans turned to Jordan Lockett, a wide receiver, to lead the team in a wildcat formation with five minutes left in the first half. Defensively, the Trojans shut down Los Altos, forcing punts on each of their first-half possessions.

Lockett got the Milpitas offense going once put in the quarterback position. After a 39-yard Lockett run got the Trojans in the red zone, Sammy Fanua capped off the drive with a six-yard TD run to give the hosts a 7-0 lead.

In the third, Lockett continued to move the ball and, on the Trojans second possession, he threw a 26-yard TD pass to give the Trojans a 14-0 lead. And in the fourth, Milpitas got its last score when Lemaki Musika intercepted a Los Altos pass and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown. Milpitas finished its season at 6-3-1 and 3-3 in SCVAL De Anza play. Los Altos finished 8-1-1 and SCVAL El Camino champions.

Milpitas, as the CCS, DI No. 4 seed, will host No. 5 seed Salinas High School Friday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. According to coach Kelly King, Sauceda will play in the game.

Bay Shore Athletic League
Moreau Catholic High School Mariners hosted BSAL leaders Encinal High School on Thursday, Nov. 11, in its final regular season match, and were handed a demoralizing defeat, falling 62-28.

Mariners jumped out to a 14-0 lead after one quarter on a pair of touchdown passes from Adam Robinson -- five yards to Brendan Nugent; 23 yards to Shahin Marzband. Encinal controlled the second putting up 27 unanswered points for a 27-14 half time lead. Encinal put up 28, third-quarter points to go up 55-21. Both teams then stiffened as they were only able to score seven, fourth-quarter points each.

Despite finishing the season 6-3-1, 4-3, MC was not selected for the NCS postseason tournament. Encinal will be the No. 4 seed in the NCS DIII tournament and host No. 13 seed Novato High School Friday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m.

Bay Football League
California School for the Deaf traveled to Burrell Field in San Leandro Thursday, Nov. 11, to take on winless St. Elizabeth High School of Oakland in its final regular season game and came away with a 48-12 win.

CSD took 14-6 lead in the first on two Carlos Lopez touchdowns, a pass and run. In the second, the Eagles outscored St. Elizabeth, 21-6. Lopez had another rushing and passing TD, and Jacy Dike-Pedersen had a three-yard run for CSD's other score. CSD controlled the second half, outscoring the hosts 13-0 on passes of 16 and 12 yards from Lopez to Steve La.

Eagles finished the season 6-4, 1-4 and will play as the No. 5 seed in the NCS DV tournament at No. 4 seed St. Bernard Catholic High School of Eureka on Saturday, Nov. 20, at 1 p.m.

Hayward Area Athletic League
Hayward High School Farmers hosted Mt. Eden High School Monarchs Friday, Nov. 12, at Sunset Field in HAAL action and capped off its season with a 50-21 romp.

Monarchs got on the board first on a 33-yard pass from Issac Robinson to Fabian Arrizon. However, the Farmers answered with 16, first-quarter points on two John Hughes rushing scores of 48 and two yards. Mayon Ellison added to Hayward's lead with a one-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

Mt. Eden cut into the lead with a 12-yard pass from Robinson to Arrizon. After the Monarchs converted a two-point conversion, Hayward's lead, which they took to halftime, was 28-15. Second half was mostly all Farmers as they outscored their cross-town rivals 22-6 for the 50-21 victory. Hayward finished at 5-5, 4-3 and will play in the NCS DII tournament as the No. 12 seed Friday, Nov. 19, 7 p.m. against No. 5 seed Northgate High School at Diablo Valley College.

Tennyson High School traveled to Burrell Field Friday, Nov. 12, to take on San Leandro High School. After a scoreless first quarter San Leandro exploded for 35 second-quarter points. The Pirates went on cruise control in the second half, outscoring Tennyson 12-0 for a 47-0 victory. Lancers finished the season, 4-6, 2-5 and will be the No. 16 seed in the NCS DII tournament. They will travel to No. 1 seed Concord High School Friday, Nov. 19, for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

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