The last week of the regular season has come upon us. West Hills hosted senior night as well as the Grossmont Foothillers. With West Hills’ JV team getting the win prior to the main event, it was safe to say the Wolf Pack was ready to take on the Foothillers. However, Grossmont would go above and beyond to add another win to their record with a final score of 42-0.
Grossmont got on the board first with a 13-yard touchdown run by Shevell Sterling Jr. West Hills is known for running the ball and quarterback Jordin Young would be on move when able to. Young would drive his offense down the field and would end up having to settle for a field goal, which ended up being blocked.
Near the end of the first quarter, Shevell Sterling Jr. recorded his second touchdown run of the night for 58 yards extending the Foothillers lead 14-0.
Then in the third quarter, Grossmont quarterback Jamie Odom would take it in himself from about ten yards out. Odom would then find Thomas Mangum for the 61-yard touchdown pass.
Wolf Pack’s Jared Hudson, Austin Denison, and Dylan Smith all made great tackles during the game. It just wasn’t enough to contain the Grossmont offense.
Missed something on the PPR or feel the need to watch a segment again? Head over to KUSI.com, click on Sports – Prep Pigskin Report, and find everything from the show with a click of a button.
PREVIEW: 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).
Grossmont’s head coach Tom Karlo stated, “West Hills played a good defensive game against El Cap last week.” The Wolf Pack was victorious against El Capitan after their defense held the Vaqueros twice in West Hills territory. Noah Quigley recorded his first interception in the end zone for the Wolf Pack. In addition, Ryan Jewell was in on some of the action and recorded two more interceptions making his season total of five.
Though the West Hills defense had a huge night, Coach Karlo doesn’t take their offense lightly as he expressed the Wolf Pack run the ball a lot and have an effective quarterback who also likes to show off his wheels. But with some turnovers last week against El Cap, West Hills will need their offense to come together again the Foothillers defense.
West Hills head coach Casey Ash also praised the Foothillers as being very aggressive and talented. Some of the talented include Senior WR Josh Moala (389 yards 6 TD), Junior WR Thomas Magnum (476 yards 5 total TD), Senior DL Julian Sanderlin (13 sacks), DB Andrew Lira (57 total tackles 5 INT). With talented players such as those on both sides of the ball, the West Hills offense will need to come together after last week’s performance and deliver on defense once again.
Head over to West Hills to watch the Wolf Pack take on the Foothillers. During the game, keep up with all the action from other games throughout San Diego by following our Social Media accounts, @KUSIPPR and @RedJacketArmy. And of course, you can see highlights from north to south at 10:30pm on the Prep Pigskin Report.