Week 11: Friday November 3, 2017 - KUSI News - San Diego, CA

Francis Parker Lancers 28, Maranatha Christian Eagles 13

This week 10 Pacific League matchup takes us to Maranatha Christian High school where the Eagles will host the Francis Parker Lancers

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Westview Wolverines 19, Mt. Carmel Sundevils 18

The intensity of a rivalry game coupled with heightened emotions of the regular season finale made for a nail-biter at Mt. Carmel High school. But it was the Westview Wolverines who escaped the matchup by the skin of their teeth by overcoming the Sundevils 19-18. During the third, the Sundevils led 6-18, but they would spend the rest of the game chipping away at the deficit. Beau Nelson threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to CJ Franklin to cut the led down to five. The Wolverines f... More>>

Lincoln Hornets 32, Morse Tigers 20

This Friday night I had the pleasure of reporting the Diamond District Rivalry or otherwise known as the Unity Bowl where the visiting Lincoln Hornets and the Morse High School Tigers. It was the Tigers defense that came out hot forcing a fumble that was recovered by Adam Talioa. This eventually led to the Morse touchdown scored from a 14 yard run by Martell Irby. The Hornet offense took no time shaking off their first turnover and scored from a forty-four yard run from Da’jon...

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Valley Center Jaguars 51, Monte Vista Monarchs 10

In this Friday’s matchup the (8-1) Valley Center Jaguars have an away game against the (5-4) Monte Vista Monarchs

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National City Mile of Cars South Bay Game of the Week: Eastlake Titans 27, Olympian Eagles 20

 The Week 11 South Bay Game of the Week features the Eastlake Titans (7-2) hosting the Olympian Eagles (5-4). In the end the Titans improve their record to 8-2.

      Eastlake has made a dramatic turnaround compared to last year under Head Coach Dean Tropp. In 2016 the Titans finished with a 2-9 record...a far cry from the success the team has enjoyed this year.

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Helix Highlanders 49, Valhalla Norsemen 0

As we begin to get closer to the start of the post season, this week the Valhalla Norsemen travel to the Helix Scotties den in hopes of revealing themselves of a near winless season

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Southwest SD Raiders 34, Castle Park Trojans 0

The Southwest Raiders (4-6, 1-1) get their first shutout of the season and beat Castle Park, 34-0, for the first time since 1991. Their fourth win of the season marks their best regular season record since 2010. It was also a memorable night for Alice Cerda who was crowned Homecoming Queen. 

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Granite Hills Eagles 45, El Cajon Valley Braves 0

Last week, the Granite Hills Eagles became Grossmont Valley league champion for the third time in a row. They showed off why they have been champions for three straight seasons Friday night, flexing their muscles in a 45-0 shutout against the El Cajon Valley Braves (2-8). Granite Hills took off offensively in the first quarter, as senior quarterback Jacob Siegfried kept the ball and, after breaking through some tackles, fought his way into the end zone for a 33 yard touchdow...

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Bishop's Knights 66, La Jolla Country Day 6

Friday Night’s rivalry game between Bishop’s and La Jolla Country Day was a one-sided affair from start to finish. The two teams took the field ready to play in this year’s “Bish Bowl” and for both sides it was a night of very different results. After all was said and done it was the Knights who emerged victorious and successfully avoided the losing column for a ninth straight week. From the opening kickoff, the Torreys came out ready to play and even tr...

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Serra Conquistadors 52, Clairemont Chieftians 14

The Serra Conquistadors wrapped up the regular season with a dominating 52-14 victory over the Clairemont Chieftans. Serra Head Coach Dru Smith felt this was his team's best performance of the season. "We've been waiting for this all season to put those four quarters together," Smith said. "Now that we've put those four quarters together we're kind of firing on all cylinders right now and it's at the right time going into the playoffs." Sophomore quarterba...

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Chula Vista Spartans 17, Sweetwater Red Devils 14

Its rivalry week in high school football and we are in for a treat this week! The biggest sports rivalry in the South Bay has the Sweetwater Red Devils (2-7) traveling to face the Chula Vista Spartans (5-4)

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Jersey Mike's City Game of the Week: University City Centurions 55, La Jolla Vikings 31

Tonight’s Jersey Mike’s City Game of the Week did not disappoint when University City rushed their way into victory against La Jolla winning 55-31. The La Jolla Vikings came out with spark. In the first score of the game, QB Trevor Scully scored a 6-yard touchdown running down the middle. Before the University City Centurions knew it, it was 10-0. Feeling like their energy was flat, the Centurions fought back when RB Marcel Patterson scored a 75-yard touchdown making 1s...

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Tri-City Medical North County Game of the Week: Mission Hills Grizzlies 49, San Marcos Knights 27

Discovery Bowl 2017, has more implications than just neighborhood bragging rights, it will be for a share of the Avocado League title and Open Division playoff seeds, and it is your Tri-City Medical North County Game of the Week. After nine games, Mission Hills (9-0, 5-0) sits at #1, while San Marcos (8-1, 4-1) is 3rd in the Open Division Rankings.

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La Costa Canyon Mavericks 27, Torrey Pines Falcons 21

The 2017 version of the Beach Bowl lived up to its billing as the La Costa Canyon Mavericks overcame a 15-point deficit at halftime to beat the Torrey Pines Falcons 27-21 on the Falcon's home field. The Mavs got off to shaky start turning the ball over on each of their first two possessions. After Jack Nelson recovered the LCC fumble, Torrey Pines drove the length of the field and Sully O'Brien scored from 8 yards out to take a 7-0 lead. The Falcons extended the lead midway through t...

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Corvette Diner Alarm Clock Pep Rally Game: Ramona Bulldogs 49, Del Norte Nighthawks 0

The Del Norte Nighthawks (1-8) head out to the home of the Ramona Bulldogs (9-0) on Friday night for the last game of the regular season

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San Diego Cavers 36, Coronado Islanders 0

Alright football fans, the final week of regular season play is already here. Homecomings have come and gone, new fields have been christened, seniors have been celebrated, blowout games have been a trend and upsets continue to shock the county

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Otay Ranch Mustangs 47, Mater Dei Crusaders 9

The Otay Ranch Mustangs came into Mater Dei and spoiled Senior Night for the Crusaders by a final score of 47-9.  It only took the Mustangs two plays to come up with their first touchdown.  Running back Sammy Paranada scored his first of three touchdowns with a 24 yard run.  Later in the first, it was Gus Espiritu's turn when he popped off a 36 yard TD run to make the score 14-0.  The Crusaders took the ensuing kickoff all the way back to the Mustang 26 yard line...

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Mount Miguel Matadors 26, Santana Sultans 24

The Week 11 matchup between the Mount Miguel Matadors and the Santana Sultans is a battle for third place in the Grossmont Valley League

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El Cajon Ford East County Game of the Week: Christian Patriots 44, Point Loma Pointers 37

Western League meets Eastern League, as the #10 Point Loma Pointers (6-3, 3-1) travel to El Cajon Valley to take on the Christian Patriots (7-2, 3-1) in the regular season finale of the El Cajon Ford East County Game of the Week

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Oceanside Pirates 27, El Camino Wildcats 24

For those of you who were unable to attend last nights “Battle of Oceanside” game at Oceanside High School, you missed one heck of a game. A battle this game was indeed. The Oceanside Pirates (3-6) took on their county rivals, the El Camino Wildcats (5-4). After battling a rough season, the Pirates walked away from their last home game with a hard-earned 27-24 victory. In the beginning, the Wildcats took this game and made it their own…or so we thought. With a 68...

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Carlsbad Lancers 42, Vista Panthers 14

As the regular season comes to a close we has two teams moving in opposite directions tonight as the Carlsbad Lancers steam rolled the Vista Panthers 42-14. Carlsbad moves to (5-5) with hopes of a payoff berth meanwhile the Panthers finish their season at (3-7). The Lancers defense started off fast with a 37 yard pick six by Noah Vella to give Carlsbad an early 7-0 lead. Vista would take advantage of Carlsbad’s penalties and would cap off a nice drive with a 5 yard run but Dav...

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Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns 27, Fallbrook Warriors 7

While others who didn't make the cut look to end the season on a high note. The hosting 1-8 Fallbrook Warriors are most likely the latter, while the 4-5 Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns hope to sneak into the playoffs and possibly make some noise. Quarterback Christian Cruz and running back Jalen Webb have both been solid leaders for the Fallbrook Warriors; a big night from either one gives this team a chance at victory. The Fallbrook defense has struggled the last two games after lookin...

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Rancho Bernardo Broncos 30, Poway Titans 21

 The excitement is just beginning as we approach the playoffs. This week, we head to Rancho Bernardo for a conference game with playoff implications

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Montgomery Aztecs 28, San Ysidro Cougars 7

Congratulations to the Montgomery Aztecs on their first Metro Pacific League Title! Montgomery took the win and the title after defeating the San Ysidro Cougars 28-7 on their homecoming night. The Aztecs finished with a 7-3 season record and 3-0 league record staying undefeated in league play. The Cougars finish the season with a 3-7 overall record and 1-2 in league play.  First quarter the only points on the scoreboard came from a sneak play by Montgomery’s quarter...

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Nelson Photo Pigskin Idol Game of the Week: Grossmont Foothillers 42, West Hills Wolf Pack 0

The Week 11 Nelson Photo Pigskin Idol Game of the Week features the West Hills Wolf Pack (6-3, 2-2) hosting the Grossmont Foothillers (6-3, 3-1)

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Small School Game of the Week: Kearny Komets 40, Crawford Colts 7

The Small School Game of the Week in Week 11 of the Prep Pigskin Report takes us to Crawford where the Colts will take on the Kearny Komets for a Central League match up.

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Scripps Ranch Falcons 62, Mission Bay Buccaneers 21

Week 11 of the Prep Pigskin Report takes us to Scripps Ranch High School, where the Falcons will take on the Mission Bay Buccaneers in their final home game of the regular season

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Steele Canyon Cougars 28, El Capitan Vaqueros 7

It is now week 11 and most schools are entering their final week of the regular season which means the playoffs are approaching, but before they begin, this week the Red Jackets will be watching the El Capitan Vaqueros play against the Steele Canyon Cougars

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San Pasqual Golden Eagles 30, Escondido Cougars 13

It's the most anticipated week of the season  – Rivalry Week. The Prep Pigskin Report will be covering 36 games this week, including a North County rivalry that has been going on for decades

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Santa Fe Christian Eagles 34, Tri-City Christian Eagles 13

That is a wrap on our 2017 regular season! The Eagles of Santa Fe Christian traveled to Tri-City Christian and defeated the home team by a score of 34-13.

The win tonight for Santa Fe Christian put their overall record at 6-4. The Eagles finish their season with a winning record and confidence going into the playoffs.

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Calvin Christian Crusaders 75, Foothills Christian Knights 24

Rivalry week is finally here, but this week’s match-up has a lot more on the line than some friendly competition – it will decide who wins the Ocean (8-man) League and will be also be a game of redemption

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Classical Academy Caimans 35, Orange Glen Patriots 14

The 2017 regular season is gone with the wind! Classical Academy traveled into Orange Glen and defeated the Patriots 35-14.

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St. Augustine Saints 45, Cathedral Catholic Dons 6

The holy bowl! This year's St. Augustine and Cathedral Catholic rivalry game definitely was exciting and a huge win for the Saints. Team standout Deandre Daniels started things off with a 63-yard touchdown in the first quarter putting the Saints at 7-0. Cathedral came back in the second quarter with a pass from quarterback Thomas Kane-Berman to Colin Myers who ran it three yards into the end zone. Saints quarterback Angelo Peraza kept the Saints on top with a 40-yard touchdown pass...

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Madison Warhawks 48, Mira Mesa Marauders 14

The Mira Mesa Marauders (5-4) will look to stop a 3 game losing streak as they host and close out the regular season against the Madison Warhawks (7-2)

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Hilltop Lancers 10, Mar Vista Mariners 0

Week 11 is all Hilltop, as the Lancers spoil senior night for the Mar Vista Mariners, shutting them out by the score of 10-0.  With the win, Hilltop improves their record too (6-4) and clinches their first outright league title since 1979.  Mar Vista with the loss falls too (5-5) to close out the regular season. Hilltop got things started first as junior kicker David Delgado nailed a 20-yard field goal to give the Lancers a 3-0 lead going into halftime. The tough Hilltop...

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Patrick Henry Patriots 49, Hoover Cardinals 6

This Friday nights match up took us out to Hoover High School where the Cardinals faced the visiting Patrick Henry Patriots. The Patriots offense started a little sluggish out of the gate but finally broke through with eight minutes left in the first quarter courtesy of Colin Frye who punches it in from one yard out. After their first score the Patriots offense failed to score until around the same time in the second quarter, which lead to the Patriots scoring three total touchdowns...

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