Prep football recap: De La Salle rolls Monte Vista; SRV, Clayton Valley, Hayward pull upsets
10/20/2012 02:11:13 AM PDT
10/20/2012 02:46:20 AM PDT
Here's a look at how the Top 15 East Bay teams fared and which players played starring roles on Friday in Week 9 of the prep football season:
No. 1 De La Salle 41, No. 3 Monte Vista 9: Senior running back Tiapepe Vitale rushed for a season-high 202 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Spartans (8-0) dominated on both sides the ball, totaling 423 yards and keeping the Mustangs (6-2) out of the end zone in its win at Owen Owens Field.
No. 5 California 56, Livermore 28: C.J. Cornwell scored four touchdowns while running for 123 yards and catching six passes for 101 yards as the host Grizzlies (7-1, 4-1 EBAL) rolled up 518 yards of offense in a win over the Cowboys (2-6, 0-4).
No. 15 San Ramon Valley 31, No. 6 Foothill 21: Wolves quarterback Cameron Birse passed for 225 yards and four touchdowns to help San Ramon Valley (4-4, 4-1 EBAL) down the Falcons (4-4, 2-2) and stay in a tie for first place.
No. 7 Freedom 55, Antioch 9: Joe Mixon carried the ball 14 times for 142 yards and scored four touchdowns, including a 73-yard punt return and an 80-yard reception, as the host Falcons (6-2, 3-0 BVAL) dominated the Panthers (5-2, 0-3).
No. 14 Clayton Valley 49, No. 8 Concord 6: Joe Protheroe ran for 219 yards and scored three touchdowns, and his brother Michael Protheroe also ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as the Eagles (7-1, 3-0 DVAL) pounded the Minutemen (6-2, 1-2), spoiling Concord's homecoming and winning the ClayCord Cup for the first time since 2008.
No. 9 Campolindo 45, Alhambra 12: Behind 280 yards passing and four touchdowns from quarterback Andrew Zolintakis, the Cougars (7-1, 4-0 DFAL) dominated the host Bulldogs (3-5, 2-2).
No. 11 Pittsburg 42, No. 10 Deer Valley 29: Craijon Menefee scored three touchdowns and the Pirates (5-3, 2-1 BVAL) scored on their first four possessions and rang up 229 yards on the ground in the first half to help earn a win over the host Wolverines (6-2, 2-1).
Hayward 14, No. 12 Bishop O'Dowd 13: Thompson Pulu threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Isidore Finau on a fourth-quarter halfback option play as the Farmers (4-4, 2-1 West Alameda County Conference-Foothill Division) upset the Dragons (6-2, 2-1), who missed a pair of field goal attempts.
No. 13 Northgate 31, College Park 6: Thanks to a pair of touchdowns by Jimmy Sharpe and Fisi Tavake and a staunch defense, the Broncos (7-1, 3-0 DVAL) remain tied at the top of the DVAL, pulling away from the Falcons (3-5, 1-2) in the fourth quarter.
Here are your individual standouts throughout the East Bay from Friday night's games:
JERALD DANIELS, Oakland Tech: The sophomore had a 58-yard punt return for a TD and also had two sacks in the Bulldogs' 42-0 win over Oakland.
KEITH WILLIAMS, McClymonds: The Warriors' quarterbacks went 5-for-6 for 159 yards and three TD passes in a 50-0 win over Castlemont.
TRA'VON CLAY, Richmond: The Oilers' senior rushed for 271 yards and four touchdowns in a 38-18 win over Albany.
NICK STERNAD, Albany: The quarterback threw a pair of touchdown passes in a loss to Richmond.
JARIN PANIGBATAN, Albany: He caught two TD passes against Richmond, including a 49-yard scoring strike on the game's first play.
MICHAEL RABIN, Albany: Rushed 15 times for 105 yards and a TD against Richmond.
HOWARD WIKLE, Valley Christian: He ran 14 times for 195 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in a 53-14 win over Berean Christian.
TIAPEPE VITALE, De La Salle: The Spartans' back carried 24 times for 202 yards and scored three TDs in a win over Monte Vista.
DAS TAUTALATASI, De La Salle: He rushed 10 times for 118 yards and a touchdown in a win over Monte Vista.
CHRIS WILLIAMS, De La Salle: He threw a pair of touchdowns passes against Monte Vista.
JOHN DEMAIO, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' kicker accounted for all his team's scoring against De La Salle, booting three field goals, including a pair from 39 yards.
CAMERON BIRSE, San Ramon Valley: He went 14-for-25 for 225 yards passing and four TDs against Foothill.
JUSTIN BANGAY, San Ramon Valley: He caught a 23-yard fourth-quarter TD pass and iced the game with an interception against Foothill.
JJ KOSKI, San Ramon Valley: He caught a pair of touchdown passes in a victory over Foothill, including a 36-yarder.
MARCUS DE LA PENA, San Ramon Valley: Ran 22 times for a game-high 118 yards against Foothill.
KYLE KEARNS, Foothill: He completed 16 of 29 passes for 220 yards and a pair of TDs against San Ramon Valley.
C.J. CORNWELL, California: He ran four times for 123 yards and two TDs and caught six passes for 101 yards and two TDs against Livermore.
CAMERON OWEN, California: The Grizzlies' quarterback went 9-for-14 for 169 yards and three TD passes vs. Livermore.
SUBHAN NIAZI, California: Rushed for three touchdowns to help the Grizzlies beat Livermore.
LOUIE HERNANDEZ, Livermore: Ran 15 times for 110 yards against California.
MAX KREGER, Livermore: The Cowboys' quarterback ran 22 times for 108 yards and two TDs and also went 8-for-10 for 96 yards passing and a TD against California.
KYLE MORENO, Amador Valley: The Dons' quarterback rallied his team past Granada, going 16-for-30 for 258 yards and two TDs as Amador scored 27 unanswered second-half points.
GRANT MILLER, Amador Valley: Caught four passes for 111 yards against Granada.
TYLER OFFILL, Granada: He went 10-for-12 for 163 yards and a TD and also ran for a score against Amador Valley.
CASEY SOLTIS, Granada: Rushed 19 times for 90 yards against Amador Valley.
JOE MIXON, Freedom: Carried 14 times for 142 yards and scored four TDs against Antioch, including a 73-yard punt return and an 80-yard reception.
DANTE MAYES, Freedom: He went 5-for-9 for 191 yards and a TD against Antioch.
MARCEL ZANDERS, Freedom: He scored a rushing touchdown and also had three sacks against Antioch.
CRAIJON MENEFEE, Pittsburg: He scored three rushing touchdowns in a win over Deer Valley.
HARRIS ROSS, Pittsburg: Rushed for 107 yards against Deer Valley.
NSIMBA WEBSTER, Deer Valley: He passed for a pair of touchdowns and also ranfor 95 yards against Pittsburg.
ANTHONY CARTER, Heritage: The Patriots' quarterback went 13-for-21 for 183 yards and a pair of TDs against Liberty.
JOE PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: Rushed for 219 yards and scored three touchdowns on 15 carries in a win over Concord.
MICHAEL PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: Ran for three TDs and also threw for a score against Concord.
JIMMY SHARPE, Northgate: Scored two touchdowns, including a 51-yard run, to help the Broncos beat College Park.
FISI TAVAKE, Northgate: He scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, including a 51-yard interception return, against College Park.
MATT DESILVA, College Park: He ran 19 times for 127 yards against Northgate.
JAMARI POPE, Ygnacio Valley: He went 13-for-21 for 187 yards and three TDs in the first half of a win over Mt. Diablo.
ROBERT FOREMAN, Ygnacio Valley: Caught five passes for 90 yards, including a 35-yard TD, against Mt. Diablo.
MARLON WALKER, Berkeley: He returned an interception 70 yards for a game-deciding touchdown in a 12-7 win over San Leandro.
PATRICK CHEEK, Castro Valley: He ran 26 times for 169 yards, including a 68-yard scoring run, in a 27-6 win over Encinal.
GILBERTO MAGALLANES, Tennyson: The Lancers quarterback went 14-for-19 for 170 yards and a TD in a 31-14 win over Piedmont.
KHALIL THOMAS, Mt. Eden: His 2-point conversion run in overtime gave the Monarchs a 30-29 win over Alameda.
RILEY PIVIN, Newark Memorial: The Cougars' quarterback threw for 172 yards and four touchdowns, and ran for another, in a 41-16 win over American.
ANDREW ZOLINTAKIS, Campolindo: He passed for 280 yards and four touchdowns in a big victory over Alhambra.
MASON WINDATT, Campolindo: Caught eight passes for 110 yards and a pair of TDs against Alhambra.
TAYLOR POYADUE, Alhambra: Rushed 13 times for 153 yards, including a 34-yard TD run, against Campolindo.
DREW ANDERSON, Miramonte: After missing the first seven games with a shoulder injury, he went 11-for-17 for 260 yards and four TD passes in a 41-3 win over Dougherty Valley.
MARSHALL DEUTZ, Miramonte: He caught six passes for 80 yards and two TDs against Dougherty Valley.
ZATI WILLIAMS, Miramonte: Caught three passes for 114 yards, including a 35-yard score, vs. Dougherty Valley.