Prep football recap: James Logan rolls, San Ramon Valley falls in showdowns
Bay Area News Group
08/25/2012 02:38:09 AM PDT
08/25/2012 10:02:58 AM PDT
Here's a look at how East Bay teams fared on the first prep football Friday of the regular season:
Buhach Colony-Atwater 28, No. 2 San Ramon Valley 24: Leon Miles rushed for a 13-yard touchdown with 2:08 remaining to give the visiting Thunder the lead, and helped finalize a dramatic victory over San Ramon Valley, the No. 2 team in the East Bay football poll.
Amador Valley 29, No. 3 Freedom 27: Amador Valley hung on for a dramatic victory by stopping a Falcons' two-point attempt with 1:44 left and an a missed Freedom field goal in the final seconds.
No. 4 James Logan 40, Reed-Nev. 24: Quarterback Jeffrey Prothro Jr. had two touchdown runs and threw for a TD and Karsten Wethington had a 93-yard kickoff return for a score and an interception in the Colts' win over Reed-Sparks (Nev.).
No. 5 Pittsburg 40, Clayton Valley 27: The Pirates' Jamal Lockett rushed for 223 yards and three touchdowns and set the tone for Pittsburg's win with a 98-yard return for a TD on the opening kickoff.
No. 6 Campolindo 48, Moreau Catholic 28: Led by quarterback Brett Stephens' 166 yards passing on a 6-for-7, two-touchdown effort, Campolindo cruised past Moreau Catholic.
No. 8 Bishop O'Dowd 47, No. 11 Las Lomas 21: Quarterback Dominic Miroglio completed 23 of 30 passes for 372 yards, including five touchdowns, and led the Dragons' powerful offense to scores on their first four possessions.
No. 8 Foothill 52, Novato 9: Quarterback Kyle Kearns threw six touchdown passes and the Falcons' defense forced nine turnovers in routing Novato.
No. 10 Monte Vista 35, Castro Valley 22: Senior running back Zack Chang rushed for 218 yards and three touchdowns to lead the visiting Mustangs past the Trojans, who had three players run for more than 100 yards each.
No. 13 California 40, Washington 7: The Grizzlies' rushing attack lived up to its preseason hype as they ran for 321 yards, including 172 on only eight carries from standout Karris Johnson, in a blowout win over Washington.
No. 13 El Cerrito 62, San Lorenzo 7: Marshon Ardoin scored on runs of 50 and 75 yards in the first quarter and Jalen Harvey also scored twice as the host Gauchos took a 46-0 lead at the half and never looked back in the opener for both teams.
Newark Memorial 40, Dougherty Valley 19: The Cougars' Marty Leggett (126 yards) and Robert Ramirez (85 yards) each ran for two touchdowns, and Fred Tidwell ran back one of his three first-half interceptions for a TD against the Wildcats.
Mt. Eden 17, Albany 7: Devante McGowan, who missed the 2011 season with a knee injury, rushed for a game-high 185 yards and a touchdown in the host Monarchs' victory over Albany.
Salesian 39, De Anza 6: The Pride scored 32 points in the first half and rolled past the host Dons in a nonleague game as Michael Page ran for 180 yards and scored four touchdowns.
Antioch 49, Franklin-Stockton 7: The Panthers scored three touchdowns in the first six minutes of the game, including two runs by Elbert Hamilton Jr., and quarterback Hunter Karnthong threw for 225 yards and three TDs in the first half.
Acalanes 34, Hercules 7: Senior DeShawn Johnson (158 yards and junior Peter Mitchell (103) combined to rack up 261 rushing yards as the visiting Dons powered past the Titans.
Dublin 28, San Leandro 22: Ondre Rudolph rushed for 189 yards and three touchdowns to lead Dublin to a come-from-behind victory over San Leandro.
Marin Catholic-Kentfield 31, Miramonte 14: Generally pass-happy Marin Catholic put its faith in bruising tailback Akili Terry and wore down the Matadors.
Hayward 42, Ygnacio Valley 22: Dana Carter carried seven times for 158 yards and scored four touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, to spark the Farmers' victory.
Alhambra 38, College Park 27: Taylor Poyadue scored three second-half touchdowns and had a game-clinching interception to stem College Park's spirited comeback attempt.
South Fork-Miranda 22, John Swett 19: South Fork High junior quarterback Joey Wittlake completed 18 of 34 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 134 more to lead the Cubs over visiting Swett.
Granada 27, Heritage 24: The Matadors staged a furious rally in the fourth quarter, erasing a 24-7 deficit with three unanswered touchdowns, the last one coming in dramatic fashion on Alex Davis' game-winning TD reception.
Livermore 20, Liberty 8:
Valley Christian-Dublin 41, Arcata 18:
Healdsburg 20, Piedmont 17:
St. Helena 31, Berean Christian 14:
Pinole Valley 38, Montgomery-Santa Rosa 28:
Willits 14, Richmond 0, (half; last update reported)
Stellar Prep at Mendota, no score reported
FRIDAY'S STANDOUT PERFORMERS
Here are your individual standouts throughout the East Bay from Friday night's games:
MARTY LEGGETT, Newark Memorial: He rushed for 126 yards and scored two TDs in a win over Dougherty Valley.
ROBERT RAMIREZ, Newark Memorial: He ran for 85 yards and a pair of scores against Dougherty Valley.
FRED TIDWELL, Newark Memorial: The cornerback had three first-half interceptions, including one he return for a 45-yard TD against Dougherty Valley.
DESHAWN JOHNSON, Acalanes: He ran for a game-high 158 yards on 21 carries and scored two second-half TDs in a win over Hercules.
PETER MITCHELL, Acalanes: The Dons' junior back ran for 103 yards on 11 carries and scored a pair of TDs against Hercules.
JOHN LAUTH, Acalanes: The Dons' defensive back had two of his team's four interceptions against Hercules.
ZACK CHANG, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' senior back carried 27 times for 218 yards and three TDs against Castro Valley.
NIKITA ZAMORA, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' quarterback went 12-for-18 for 175 yards and two TDs in a win over Castro Valley.
MASON MELIN, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' receiver caught four passes for 56 yards, including a pair of scoring grabs in the first half against Castro Valley.
ROBERT TAYLOR, Castro Valley: He ran for 124 yards on eight carries, including a 52-yard TD run that gave the Trojans a brief lead over Monte Vista.
PATRICK CHEEK, Castro Valley: The Trojans' back carried 20 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns against Monte Vista.
NICK LIMA, Castro Valley: He carried 14 times for 102 yards in a loss to Monte Vista.
ELBERT HAMILTON JR., Antioch: He ran for a game-high 128 yards on 13 carries and scored two first-quarter TDs against Franklin-Stockton.
HUNTER KARNTHONG, Antioch: The Panthers' quarterback went 15-for-17 for 233 yards and three TDs, and also ran for 73 yards and two scores against Franklin-Stockton.
CAMERON BIRSE, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' quarterback went 23-for-36 for 179 yards and a pair of TDs against Buhach Colony.
MATT TURNER, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' receiver caught eight passes for 75 yards, including a 10-yard score the gave SRV a lead with less than seven minutes left against Buhach Colony.
MARCUS DE LA PENA, San Ramon Valley: He scored on a 97-yard touchdown run against Buhach Colony, finishing 167 rushing yards on 14 carries.
ALEX LAZARIDIS, John Swett: He ran for 158 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in a loss to South Fork-Miranda.
VERNON BUSSEY, John Swett: He carried 14 times for 144 yards and a touchdown against South Fork-Miranda.
TAYLOR POYADUE, Alhambra: He ran for 105 yards on 22 carries and scored a pair of second-half TDs against College Park. He also had a 68-yard kickoff return and a game-clinching interception.
TIMMY JACKSON, College Park: He rushed 15 times for 78 yards and a touchdown and also returned a kickoff 99 yards for a score against Alhambra.
ALEX DAVIS, Granada: He caught the game-winning TD pass from Tyler Offill with 24 seconds left against Heritage.
NICK CAMPIOTTI, Granada: He had eight catches for 102 yards and a TD against Heritage.
GARRETT GRANADOS, Granada: He rushed 18 times for 101 yards, including a key 2-yard TD run in the fourth-quarter against Heritage.
TYLER OFFILL, Granada: The Matadors' quarterback went 19-for-36 for 246 yards and a pair of TDs against Heritage.
ANTHONY CARTER, Heritage: The Patriots' quarterback went 21-for-32 for 205 yards and three TDs against Granada.
MICHAEL PAGE, Salesian: The Pride's running back ran for 180 yards rushing and scored four touchdowns against De Anza.
MARSHON ARDOIN, El Cerrito: The Gauchos' back scored on TD runs of 50 and 75 in the first quarter of a win over Washington.
JALEN HARVEY, El Cerrito: He scored three touchdowns against Washington, including a 61-yard punt return, a 19-yard scoring reception and an 82-yard TD run.
DANA CARTER, Hayward: The Farmers' back ran for 158 yards on seven carries and scored four touchdowns, including a pair in the fourth quarter against Ygnacio Valley.
JAMARI POPE, Ygnacio Valley: The Warriors' quarterback passed for 123 yards and ran for 78 yards and two touchdowns in the first half against Hayward.
ONDRE RUDOLPH, Dublin: He rushed for 189 yards on 24 attempts and scored three touchdowns, including the game-winning score on a 24-yard run with 2:34 left against San Leandro.
RANDY BELL, San Leandro: The Pirates' back ran for 130 yards on 11 carries against Dublin.
KARRIS JOHNSON, California: The Grizzlies' back carried the ball eight times for 172 yards and scored three TDs against Washington. He scored on an 86-yard TD run on Cal's first play.
BLAKE BIERWITH, California: He scored on a pair of second-half touchdown runs against Washington.
JAMAL LOCKETT, Pittsburg: The Pirates' back rushed for 223 yards and three touchdowns and also scored on a 98-yard kickoff return to begin the game against Clayton Valley.
JOE PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: The Eagles' back ran for 201 yards on 20 carries against Pittsburg, despite having to briefly leave the game with an injured right leg.
SAM PETERS, Amador Valley: He scored on a 25-yard run in the fourth quarter to help the Dons top Freedom.
KYLE MORENO, Amador Valley: The Dons' quarterback threw for 181 yards and two touchdowns against Freedom.
DANTE MAYES, Freedom: The Falcons' quarterback passed for 253 yards and two touchdowns against Amador Valley.
DARRELL DANIELS, Freedom: He scored a pair of touchdowns against Amador Valley, including a 91-yard kickoff return for a TD to begin the game.
JEFFREY PROTHRO JR., James Logan: The Colts' quarterback ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns (38 and 60 yards) and threw for another in a win over Reed-Sparks (Nev.).
KARSTEN WETHINGTON, James Logan: He had a 93-yard kickoff return for a TD and an interception in the Colts' win over Reed-Sparks (Nev.).
WARREN MILES LONG, James Logan: The Northwestern-bound back had 114 yards on 14 carries, including a 40-yard TD on his first carry of the season, and also an interception against Reed-Sparks (Nev.).
BRETT STEPHENS, Campolindo: The Cougars' quarterback went 6-for-7 for 166 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Moreau Catholic.
MASON WINDATT, Campolindo: The Cougars' receiver caught three passes for 104 yards, including a pair of touchdowns, and also scored on a run against Moreau.
PATRICK KALVASS, Campolindo: He had three sacks in a big victory over Moreau Catholic.
NICHOLAS KINAST, Moreau Catholic: The Mariners' quarterback threw for 233 yards against Campolindo.
JASON HINTON, Moreau Catholic: He caught seven passes for 143 yards, including a 43-yarder for a score, against Campolindo.
DEVANTE MCGOWAN, Mt. Eden: He ran for a game-high 185 yards, including a 72-yard scoring run in the first quarter of a win over Albany.
KHALIL THOMAS, Mt. Eden: He rushed for 170 yards and scored on a 52-yard run against Albany.
BRANDON STEPHENS, Albany: He rushed for a team-high 87 yards against Mt. Eden.
DREW ANDERSON, Miramonte: The Matadors' quarterback threw for 171 yards and a pair of touchdowns before leaving with an injury in the fourth quarter against Marin Catholic.
ZATI WILLIAMS, Miramonte: The Matadors' receiver caught a pair of touchdown passes against Marin Catholic.
DOMINIC MIROGLIO, Bishop O'Dowd: The Dragons' senior quarterback went 23-for30 for 372 yards and five touchdowns against Las Lomas.
KEVIN KING, Bishop O'Dowd: He had four catches for 89 yards and a touchdown and also scored on a 5-yard run in a win over Las Lomas.
DOMINIC GOMES, Bishop O'Dowd: He caught seven passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns, including a 65-yarder, against Las Lomas.
JELANI BAINES, Bishop O'Dowd: Caught three passes for 97 yards, including two touchdowns, in a big win over Las Lomas.
BRAYTON MILNER, Las Lomas: The Knights' receiver caught six passes for 52 yards, including two touchdown grabs against O'Dowd.
KYLE KEARNS, Foothill: The Falcons' quarterback went 7-for-10 for 165 yards and six touchdowns in a lopsided win over Novato.
GRIFFITH GATES, Foothill: He had two fumble recoveries to help the Falcons win big over Novato.
CODY SHIELDS, Foothill: The Falcons' defender had a pair of fumble recoveries in a win over Novato.
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