November 19, 2013 > Huskies out of post-season play; James Logan and Milpitas face stiff competition
Huskies out of post-season play; James Logan and Milpitas face stiff competition
Submitted By Mike Heightchew
The season came an end for the Washington Huskies when Las Lomas Knight Zack Fulks made two good moves and took the ball 10 yards into the end zone to win in overtime, 29-23. Husky resolve was put to the test as they found themselves down by 14 points in the first quarter. They fought back when Huskies Quarterback Tylan Vinson, at his own 14 yard line, found daylight in the KnightÕs defensive line and marched the ball to Knights 48 yard line. With just 3:39 left in the quarter, Vinson threw a great pass to Nate Woudstra in the End Zone to keep the Huskies just one touchdown back.
In the second quarter, Vinson went to work, moving the Huskies in the right direction. He found Woudstra for a 7-yard pass to score to keep the Huskies close. Vinson moved out of the pocket and followed one his blockers though the line for a 28-yard score to tie the game, 23-23.
The end came when Las LomasÕ Henry Brunner blocked a 20-yard field goal attempt, recovered by Jake Reist that set up the touchdown run by Zack Fulks. This was a game that could have either way; the Huskies were never out of it
Post Season play continues as James LoganÕs Colts defeated the Brentwood Liberty Lions 14-7 and advanced to meet the Deer Valley Wolverines in a quarterfinal match. MilpitasÕ Trojans face the Homestead Mustangs in Central Coast Section play.
Concord 50, Newark 25
Pittsburgh 47, Irvington 13
Montgomery 27, American 0
Piedmont 54, Moreau Catholic 50