Week 1: August 25, 2017 - KUSI News - San Diego, CA

Game of the Week: El Camino 34, Point Loma 12

The El Camino Wildcats shut down the lights at Point Loma after a 34-12 victory over the Pointers. It may have taken 93 years for Point Loma to get stadium lights, but it only took the Wildcats 48 minutes to send the Pointers looking for the light at the end of the tunnel.  The Wildcats started their prowl with a 74-yard touchdown by Wayne Steward putting them up 7-0 in the first quarter.  It wasn’t long before Malachi Russell caught a 22- yard pass from Jaden Casey t...

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Tri-City Medical North County Game of the Week: San Marcos Knights 38, Vista Panthers 22

"Smash Mouth vs. Up-Tempo" best describes the Tri-City Medical Center North County Game of the Week.  

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National City Mile of Cars South Bay Game of the Week: Olympian Eagles 41, Santa Fe Christian Eagles 38 (2OT)

 In the week one South Bay Game of the Week the Santa Fe Christian Eagles travel to Chula Vista to take on another flock of Eagles...the Olympian Eagles. The former Eagles are looking to avenge a close loss from last year's match-up...in the end they almost succeed with Olympian pulling off a win in double overtime.

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El Cajon Ford East County Game of the Week: Morse Tigers 26, Mount Miguel Matadors 19

The Morse Tigers ran out to an early lead and withstood a late flurry from Mount Miguel, as they held on for a 26-19 win in the Week 1 edition of the El Cajon Ford East County Game of the Week. After running for more than 4,000 yards in 2016, the Tigers picked up right about where they left off. On the second play from scrimmage, A.J. Vilaysane galloped 72 yards for a touchdown. Just four minutes later, Tim Patrick scored on a 41-yard burst of his own, moving the score to 12-0. The ...

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Jersey Mikes City Game Of The Week: Mira Mesa Marauders 47, Patrick Henry Patriots 14

It looked to be a competitive debut for both the Mira Mesa Marauders and the Patrick Henry Patriots in the first Jersey Mikes City Game Of The Week of the 2017 season, but the final score would show a different story. After the Patriot’s responded to the Marauder’s opening touchdown, it’s as if a sleeping giant had awoken as Mira Mesa took off on both sides of the ball. Final score, 47-14 Marauders. The game opened up with Mira Mesa dominating possession of the ball...

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Alarm Clock Pep Rally Game: Valhalla Norsemen 33, Scripps Ranch Falcons 20

Valhalla holds on to win against 33-20 against Scripps Ranch in the Corvette Diner Alarm Clock pep rally game. Both offenses started the game off slow. It was the play of Ty Schimke in the 3rd quarter that shifted the momentum.He scored twice within a minute including a punt return. In the first quarter it was all about defense. The Falcon's  Dylon Hessenflow with the 3rd down stop. The Norsemen answered with a sack of their own by Josh McNish-Heider. That sack forced Scripps R...

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Small School Game of the Week: Kearny Komets 40, Francis Parker Lancers 3

High school football returns this Friday, and so does the Prep Pigskin Report. The Small School Game of the Week features two teams who have spent a lot of time working towards building their team up for the 2017 season. The Kearny Komets will travel to Franics Parker this Friday night for Week 1 of the KUSI Prep Pigskin Report. Matt Morrison returns to his Alma Mater for his first year as Francis Parker head coach. Coach Morrison worked at Francis Parker for 7 years as the the assis...

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Nelson Photo Pigskin Idol Game of the Week: Serra Conquistadors 40, El Cajon Valley Braves 16

The Serra High Conquistadors looked to conquer the El Cajon Valley Braves and they did just that with a 40-16 win in front of their home crowd.  

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Bishops Knights 22, Grossmont Foothillers 13

The Bishop's Knights, who are the defending San Diego Section CIF Division 3  Champions, will start the 2017 season by traveling to Grossmont High School this Friday night.

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San Pasqual Golden Eagles 52, Granite Hills Eagles 7

This week’s season opener against Granite Hills and San Pasqual could be featured on an episode of “Game of Thrones.”

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Madison Warhawks 47, El Capitan Vaqueros 18

The Madison Warhawks, fresh off of a championship run in 2016, looked to defend their title in 2017. Their season got off to a fast start, as they defeated the El Capitan Vaqueros 47-18 behind big offensive plays and a solid defensive showing. Madison got off to a rapid pace, as Ke’ontae Springs would return a punt 57 yards all the way to the end zone. Springs would later on have rushing touchdowns of 26 and 81 yards, while fellow running back Kenan Christon would add two tou...

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Ramona Bulldogs 41, Mater Dei Crusaders 7

What an exciting week of high school football! Week one of the Prep Pigskin Report featured more than 20 games from San Diego County. One game, in particular, was the Mater Dei Crusaders vs. the Ramona Bulldogs. The first points of the game were scored in an unorthodox way when Mater Dei was aligned to punt, but the snap was muffed and Ramona recorded a safety. After that, the Bulldogs offense was led by their running back, Tristan Stacy. He ended the game with 3 touchdowns, 2 of whi...

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Carlsbad Lancers 49, Del Norte Nighthawks 0

The red jackets are back for another exciting and thrilling football season as we kick off our week one action in Carlsbad California. The Lancers will host a non conference game verse the Del Norte Nighthawks. 

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San Clemente Tritons 28, Oceanside Pirates 18

We came, we saw, we conquered. That’s right, we survived our first week back to high school football and this week’s matchup did not disappoint. Underneath the Pirate night lights, the Oceanside vs. San Clemente game was filled with fumbles, turnovers and touchdowns oh my! In the first quarter we saw a fumble recovery and turnover by Oceanside’s Moses Tauiliili (OL/DL). Just minutes after the turnover San Clemente’s Max Leiss asserts his dominance and sacks O...

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Lincoln Hornets 54, Chula Vista Spartans 20

Football fans the wait is almost over.  The 2017 season is almost upon us and my first game of the year will take me to Lincoln High School where the Hornets will play host to the Chula Vista Spartans in a non-conference game.

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University City Centurions 47, Sweetwater Red Devils 12

After a long fought Division 4 football game, the University City Centurions came out on top over the Sweetwater Red Devils with a final score of 47-12. The action came early and often with the games first points coming early in the first quarter when the Centurions came up with a pick six! After a penalty on the Red Devils, the Centurions capitalized and punched in a two-point conversion and were up early 8-0. 

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Southwest El Centro Eagles 36, West Hills Wolf pack 17

This Friday take a short trip to Santee and head for the West Hills blue football field as the Southwestern Eagles (0-0) face off against the West Hills Wolf Pack (0-0).

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Hilltop Lancers 24, La Jolla Vikings 14

It’s that time of year again high school football fans. Get ready to set your DVRs or watch live this Friday as the Prep Pigskin Report kicks off its 19th season, with one of the 26 games that will be covered featuring the La Jolla Vikings heading down to the South Bay to battle against the Hilltop Lancers for a week 1 win.

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St. Augustine Saints 51, Canyon Springs Pioneers 12

Week 1 of the opening 2017 football season has sprung with many enticing games that brought many to the edge of their seats. The St. Augustine Saints and The Canyon Springs Pioneers battled it out for the season opener game and made for some note-worthy plays. The Saints however, took home the first slice of cake this Friday night with a dominating score of 51-6. 

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Helix Highlanders 35, Herriman Mustangs 0

When you have the faster corner-back in the nation (Isaac Taylor-Stuart) who transfer from St. Augustine, the other corner – also consider one of the best – you may bet, he may have a good day. Plus, throw a pitch of a Q.B. UC Davis bound (Carson Baker) and you may have an outstanding day! Do the Helix Highlanders had the curse of the first game of the season to be taken by a Utah invader like last year on their own turf? NOT AT ALL! Rashad Scott started it with a 30 yar...

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San Ysidro Cougars 41, Coronado Islanders 14

It’s week 1 of the high school football season that mean PPR is back in session! This week’s assignment takes me to the South Bay where San Ysidro High School will be hosting Coronado High School.

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Escondido Cougars 27, Mission Bay Buccaneers 0

Week one may officially be over, but coverage from The Prep Pigskin Report is just getting started.  Escondido High School came out victorious against Mission Bay in their 2017 season debut Friday night, shutting out the Buccaneers 27-0.  The Cougars started off the game with a huge interception from senior defensive back Rinor Koxha, off of Jaiden Correia’s intended pass to one of his wide receivers. Both teams had a hard time scoring in the first quarter, but thin...

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Eastlake Titans 21, Rancho Bernardo Broncos 3

As we tackle the opening game, there will be many highly anticipated match-ups. Some expect to continue their momentum following last season, as others hope for a turn-around.

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Otay Ranch Mustangs 33, Mt. Carmel Sundevils 0

The first week of the 2017 high school football season is in the books, and the Mustangs have signed their name on Page 1 with a “W.” In Friday night’s season-opening matchup between the Mt. Carmel Sundevils and the Otay Ranch Mustangs, the Mustangs got a taste of sweet redemption. Otay Ranch reversed last year’s 34-0 loss to Mt. Carmel in the season opener, this time coming up with a 33-0 victory on home turf. Mustangs quarterback Alfredo Garcia came ready to...

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Monte Vista Monarchs 28, Mar Vista 21

The Monte Vista and Mar Vista matchup lived up to the hype after the Monarchs squeezed out a 28-21 victory. The night belonged to Monte Vista’s Jahmon McClendon who scored all 4 of the Monarch’s touchdowns. Both teams fought for all fourth quarters and the Mar Vista receiving core lived up to the hype that Head Coach Tyler Arciaga talked about. The night started how it ended with McClendon finding the end zone from 3 yards out. Mar Vista responded with a touchdown of th... More>>

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