Ray Jackson and Trevor Sprung each ran for two touchdowns, and the College Park High football team rolled up 403 yards on the ground to beat Concord 35-26 in a Diablo Valley Athletic League game at Diablo Valley College.

College Park (5-2-1, 2-1) shut out Concord (6-2, 2-1). in the second half, after the Minutemen scored on all four of their possessions in the first half. Malik Blackburn ran for 154 of his 172 yards and scored all four of his team's touchdowns in the game's first 24 minutes.

Blackburn scored on three of his first five carries, and the Minutemen led 20-14 before the first 10 minutes expired. But College Park's three-headed rushing monster of Jackson, Sprung and quarterback Dimitri Salido proved too much for Concord.

Jackson finished with 194 yards on 21 carries and scampered 80 yards for a score on the Falcons' first offensive play. Salido, running a wing-t like attack perfectly, ran for 102 yards, including 9 on a key fourth-and-8 on College Park's final scoring drive. Sprung's 1-yard plunge capped the drive and his 69-yard rushing effort.

Mitch Daniels threw for 169 yards to six receivers for Concord but was sacked three times. Daniels was brought down on the final two plays, and Concord lost 30 yards after reaching the Falcons' 14 on its final drive.

Northgate 44, Ygnacio Valley 0: The Broncos (7-1, 2-1 DVAL) took a 30-0 lead at halftime and never looked back in a win over the host Warriors (1-7, 0-3).

Running back Eric Haynes scored two touchdowns in the first half for Northgate, the first on an 18-yard run in the first quarter and the other on a 3-yard run early in the second quarter. Haynes had 49 yards on six carries in the first half.

Northgate quarterback Kyle Austin completed 7 of 8 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown, a 43-yard completion to Jake Smith to round out the scoring in the first half. Smith had four receptions for 90 yards in the first half.

Ygnacio Valley started the second half by driving into Northgate territory, but the drive stalled and the Warriors turned it over on the Broncos' 22-yard line.

The Broncos took advantage, as Haynes scored his third rushing touchdown of the game on a 22-yard run.

"It was a great game, we responded well from last week," Haynes said of Northgate's 30-28 loss to Concord on Oct. 18. "The offensive line did a great job executing blocks perfect tonight."

The Warriors have had a long season trying to find their offensive rhythm, but sophomore running back Zack Farris gained 54 yards on 13 carries. Quarterback Blake Ohadi gained 38 yards on six attempts with the Warriors finishing the game with 131 yards on the ground.

The last score of the game came with 1:03 remaining in the third quarter when Broncos running back Dimitri Boukis ran a right sweep for a 13-yard touchdown run, his second of the game.

"We got College Park and Clayton Valley remaining," Northgate coach Justin Lowell said of his team's last two regular season games. "Both teams are well coached and both playoff eligible teams, next week College Park, who we never beat on our home field, both will be strong opponents for us."

-- Nick Norvell, correspondent