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November 26, 2013 > James Logan misses, Milpitas advances in post season play

James Logan misses, Milpitas advances in post season play

Submitted By Mike Heightchew

James Logan 44, Deer Valley 67
The James Logan Colts lost their postseason bid to advance in postseason play 67-44 on Friday, November 22 when they met the Deer Valley Wolverines. Although the game started on the right note for the Colts and they kept the score close as each team matched touchdowns. However, the result the Colts were looking for began to slip away when Wolverines defensive endÊJeff Robinson put a unbelievable hit on LoganÕs Ahki Muhammad during a kickoff return, forcing a fumble. Nzuzi Webster of the Wolverines found himself in just the right spot, grabbed the ball and run it for 25 yards into the end zone for a score.

Although the Colts fought back to make the game close in the fourth quarter, they just didnÕt have the firepower to close the gap and with just one minute left the in game, Nsimba Webster of the Wolverines found both Mike Hamilton and Robert Taylor for touchdowns to put the game out of reach.

Milpitas 62, Homestead 28
In an impressive display, the Milpitas Trojans routed HomesteadÕs Mustangs (Cupertino) 62-28 on November 22 to advance to Central Coast Section, Division I. In an awesome display of rushing, Squally Canada showed the Homestead defense how itÕs done by devouring 276 yards and five touchdowns in the first half of play. The Trojans lead 48-7 at halftime; the outcome was never in doubt. The effort was complimented by outstanding receptions by Tre Hartley and Trevion Greene. Milpitas now faces the Piedmont Hills Pirates (San Jose) in semi-final action on November 29th.

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