Prep football recap: El Cerrito, California win big; Logan loses in OT
09/29/2012 02:09:30 AM PDT
09/29/2012 02:32:38 AM PDT
Here's a look at how the Top 15 East Bay teams fared and which players played starring roles on the sixth Friday of the prep football season:
No. 1 De La Salle 57, Livermore 0: Tiapepe Vitale rushed for four first-half touchdowns, and Kyle Mouton had a team-high 130 yards rushing as the top-ranked Spartans (5-0) rolled to a 43-0 halftime lead on their way to shutting out the Cowboys (2-3) for the fifth consecutive time.
Del Oro 20, No. 2 James Logan 13 (OT): The Colts (5-1) suffered their first loss of the season after their passing attempt on fourth down was batted down in an overtime game in Loomis (1-4), last year's Northern California representative in the Division II state bowl game.
No. 4 California 36, No. 5 Foothill 7: Cal's Karris Johnson ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns and the Grizzlies (5-0) limited the Falcons (3-2) to just 104 yards of offense in the East Bay Athletic League showdown.
No. 5 El Cerrito 42, Salesian 6: Keilan Benjamin threw four touchdown passes and the Gauchos (6-0) also got big plays on defense and special teams to snap a 26-game winning streak by the Pride (5-1), which was the state's longest active winning streak.
No. 7 Monte Vista 48, Granada 21: Jalen Avery scored two touchdowns including on an 85-yard pass in the third quarter to help break the game open as the host Mustangs (4-1) beat the Matadors (3-3).
No. 8 Freedom 31, Heritage 24: The Falcons (4-2) scored 28 second-half points, including the eventual game-winner on a 53-yard touchdown run by Joe Mixon, to top the Patriots (0-6).
No. 9 Campolindo 35, Miramonte 14: Quarterback Brett Stephens threw three touchdown passes and also scored on a 78-yard run as the Cougars (4-1) topped the Matadors (2-3) for the second straight year in a Diablo Foothill Athletic League battle.
No. 10 Pittsburg 29, Liberty 8: Craijon Menefee ran for 59 yards and two touchdowns as the Pirates (4-2) beat visiting Liberty (2-4) in Bay Valley Athletic League play.
San Ramon Valley 22, No. 11 Amador Valley 15: Marcus De La Pena rushed for 186 yards and Cameron Birse threw for 289 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Wolves (2-3) beat the Dons (2-3) in another EBAL showdown.
No. 13 Antioch 48, Mt. Diablo 0: Elbert Hamilton Jr. rushed for 235 yards and three touchdowns and quarterback Hunter Karnthong threw four touchdown passes as the Panthers (5-0) downed the Red Devils (2-3).
No. 14 Deer Valley 55, Vacaville 35: Junior quarterback Nsimba Webster had 221 yards rushing and also threw a pair of touchdown passes as the Wolverines (4-1) beat the Bulldogs (2-3) in a game that featured 955 yards of offense and three kickoff returns for touchdowns.
No. 15 Acalanes 21, Las Lomas 17: Quarterback Robbie Stern scored on a 33-yard scramble with 31 seconds left as the Dons (5-1) outlasted the Knights (2-4).
Here are your individual standouts throughout the East Bay from Friday night's games:
TYRELL CARRIGAN, Encinal: The Jets' back scored the game-winning TD on a 97-yard run with 55 seconds left in a 22-15 win over Alameda, giving the Jets their sixth straight Island Bowl win.
CHRIS BUSSEY, Alameda: He caught seven passes for 78 yards, including a 13-yard pass that accounted for the Hornets' only TD against Encinal.
KENYATTA JACKSON, McClymonds: He rushed for 148 yards and three touchdowns in a 53-0 win over Kennedy-Richmond.
KEITH WILLIAMS, McClymonds: The Warriors' quarterback went 7-for-10 passing for 224 yards and three TDs and also ran for another against Kennedy-Richmond.
ISAIAH LEWIS, Pinole Valley: He carried 12 times for a game-high 110 yards in a 3-0 victory over St. Patrick/St. Vincent.
ONDRE RUDOLPH, Dublin: He rushed 23 times for 188 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-19 win over Dougherty Valley.
DARRELL MILLINDER, Dublin: The Gaels back had 127 yards on 13 carries and scored two TDs against Dougherty Valley.
UMAR FAROOQ, Dougherty Valley: He threw for 177 yards and three TD passes in the second half against Dublin.
AARON DO, Dougherty Valley: He caught two passes for 115 yards, both of which went for TDs against Dublin - on from 73 and one from 42.
KYLE MALPEDE, Washington: He went 17-for-25 passing for 190 yards and a TD in a 28-27 MVAL win over American.
NATE WOUDSTRA, Washington: He scored a pair of touchdowns on the ground in a win over American.
DREW LYELL, American: He rushed 15 times for a game-high 120 yards against Washington.
JAMES LEWIS, Oakland Tech: The Bulldogs' quarterback ran for three touchdowns and passes for one in a 29-28 win over Benicia.
ERIK THOMAS, Oakland Tech: He ran for 102 yards on 13 attempts against Benicia.
JOE PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: He rushed for 262 yards on just 15 carries, including TD runs of 84 and 41 yards, in a 55-15 victory over Hayward.
TIAPEPE VITALE, De La Salle: The Spartans' back rushed for four first-half touchdowns in a big win over Livermore.
KYLE MOUTON, De La Salle: He ran for a game-high 130 yards on nine carries, including a 43-yard TD run against Livermore.
KARRIS JOHNSON, California: The Grizzlies' back rushed for 149 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in a victory over Foothill.
JALEN AVERY, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' receiver caught three passes for 118 yards and two TDs, including an 85-yard scoring play in a victory over Granada.
NIKITA ZAMORA, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' quarterback threw a pair of touchdown passes and also ran for a 1-yard TD against Granada.
MARCUS DE LA PENA, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' back ran 27 times for 186 yards and a TD against Amador Valley.
CAMERON BIRSE, San Ramon Valley: He went 14-for-26 passing for 289 yards and two TDs against Amador.
J.J. KOSKI, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' receiver grabbed three passes for 130 yards, including touchdown plays of 68 and 56 yards against Amador.
KYLE GREENAN, Amador Valley: The Dons' receiver caught five passes for 99 yards against San Ramon Valley.
KYLE MORENO, Amador Valley: The Dons' quarterback went 20-for-37 passing for 261 yards and a pair of TDs against San Ramon Valley.
GRANT MILLER, Amador Valley: He caught five passes for 92 yards, including a 60-yard TD grab, against San Ramon Valley.
JOE MIXON, Freedom: He scored the game-winning TD on a 53-yard run and also helped seal a win over Heritage with an interception.
DARRELL DANIELS, Freedom: He scored a pair of touchdowns against Freedom, including a 46-yard scoring grab against Heritage.
DANTE MAYES, Freedom: The Falcons' quarterback threw a TD pass and also scored on a 65-yard run against Heritage.
KEILAN BENJAMIN, El Cerrito: The Gauchos' quarterback threw for 170 yards and four touchdowns in a big win over Salesian.
JALEN HARVEY, El Cerrito: He caught a pair of touchdown passes in a win over Salesian, including a one-handed grab on a 21-yard scoring play.
AUSTIN HARPER, El Cerrito: The Gauchos' back ran for 105 yards against Salesian.
ROBBIE STERN, Acalanes: The Dons' quarterback scored the game-winning TD on a 33-yard run with 31 seconds left against Las Lomas.
DESHAWN JOHNSON, Acalanes: The Dons' back ran 16 times for 113 yards against Las Lomas, including a 65-yard TD run.
KYLE HILL, Las Lomas: He ran for 107 yards and two touchdowns against Acalanes, including a 2-yard run with 2 1/2 minutes left that temporarily put the Dons in front of the Knights.
BRAYTON MILNER, Las Lomas: The Knights' receiver had a game-high eight catches for 92 yards against Acalanes.
BRETT STEPHENS, Campolindo: The Cougars' quarterback completed nine of 17 passes for 208 yards and three TDs, and also scored on a 78-yard run against Miramonte.
NICKY AIKAWA, Campolindo: He rushed 24 times for a game-high 117 yards and also ran for a TD against Miramonte.
MASON WINDATT, Campolindo: Caught three passes for 95 yards, including a 64-yarder for a touchdown against Miramonte.
CRAIJON MENEFEE, Pittsburg: The Pirates' back ran for a pair of touchdowns in a victory over Liberty.
ELBERT HAMILTON JR., Antioch: The Panthers' back carred 24 times for a game-high 235 yards and scored three touchdowns against Mt. Diablo.
HUNTER KARNTHONG, Antioch: The Panthers' quarterback threw for 194 yards and four touchdowns in a big win over Mt. Diablo.
NSINMA WEBSTER, Deer Valley: The Wolverines quarterback ran 11 times for 221 yards and a TD, and also threw for a pair of TDs against Vacaville.
SHANE POOLER, Deer Valley: He ran for 154 yards and two TDs on 17 carries against Vacaville, but also scored on a 99-yard kickoff return.
JAMARI POPE, Ygnacio Valley: The Warriors' back ran 22 times for 110 yards in a loss to Bethel.
MARTY LEGGETT, Newark Memorial: He ran 12 times for 118 yards in a 40-7 win over Moreau Catholic.
MARK MORTON, Newark Memorial: The Cougars' back ran 20 times for 87 yards and scored three touchdowns against Moreau.
RILEY PIVIN, Newark Memorial: The Cougars' quarterback threw three touchdown passes in a victory over Moreau.
FRED TIDWELL, Newark Memorial: He caught three passes for 31 yards and a pair of scores vs. Moreau.