Prep football recap: Amador stuns Monte Vista; Cal, Freedom, Campo, Clayton Valley earn titles
10/27/2012 01:30:30 AM PDT
10/27/2012 02:24:26 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 10 of the prep football season:
No. 1 De La Salle 34, No. 10 San Ramon Valley 9: The Spartans (9-0) outscored the Wolves (4-5) 21-6 in the second half to pull away as Tiapepe Vitale rushed for 131 yards, Das Tautalatasi ran for 114 yards, and quarterback Chris Williams scored three touchdowns.
No. 2 James Logan 66, Irvington 0: Senior quarterback Jeffrey Prothro accounted for six touchdowns in the first half as the Colts (8-1) rolled to the shutout over the visiting Vikings (4-5) in nonleague action.
Amador Valley 24, No. 3 Monte Vista 21: One week after rallying from 21 points down to upend Granada, the Dons (5-4, 3-2 EBAL) came back from a 14-0 deficit to stun the host Mustangs (6-3, 3-2) and become eligible for the North Coast Section Division I playoffs. Dons receiver Grant Miller had 222 yards receiving and three touchdowns to help end Monte Vista's EBAL title hopes.
No. 5 California 56, Granada 35: Quarterback Cameron Owen threw for 187 yards and four touchdowns - in the first half. He finished with 213 yards through the air as the Grizzlies (8-1, 5-1 EBAL) beat the Matadors (3-6, 0-5) and clinched a share of the East Bay Athletic League title.
No. 6 Freedom 34, No. 11 Deer Valley 14: Three-year starting quarterback Dante Mayes threw for 357 yards, Washington-bound wide receiver Darrell Daniels caught 11 passes for 195 yards, and a quick and athletic defense dominated after the first quarter as the Falcons (7-2, 4-0 BVAL) clinched a share of the league title with a win over the Wolverines (6-3, 2-2).
No. 7 Campolindo 35, Dougherty Valley 14: The Cougars (8-1, 5-0 DFAL) breezed to victory on homecoming in Moraga by utilizing a balanced offensive attack that featured 237 passing yards and 190 yards on the ground. The victory over the Wilcats (0-9, 0-5) gave Campolindo an outright Diablo Foothill Athletic League title.
No. 8 Pittsburg 34, Heritage 18: Pirates tailback Harris Ross rushed for 237 yards and two touchdowns as the Pirates (6-3, 3-1 BVAL) toppled the Patriots (2-7, 2-2).
No. 9 Clayton Valley 41, No. 12 Northgate 21: Joe Protheroe rushed for 172 yards and two touchdowns, and Michael Protheroe rushed for three scores as Clayton Valley Charter (8-1, 4-0 DVAL) clinched a share of the league title with a win over the Broncos (7-2, 3-1).
No. 12 Foothill 48, Livermore 14: Kyle Kearns completed 13 of 25 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns - all to Ray Hudson - to lead the visiting Falcons (5-4, 3-2 EBAL) past the Cowboys (2-7, 0-5).
No. 14 McClymonds 68, Oakland 0: The Warriors (5-3, 3-0 Oakland Athletic League) scored 10 touchdowns, including three by Kenyatta Jackson, in their homecoming victory over Oakland (2-5, 0-3).
Berkeley 17, No. 15 Bishop O'Dowd 14: Akil Bordelon caught a short pass from Lamont Smith and ran 15-yards to put the Yellowjackets (4-4, 4-0 WACL) up with 52 seconds left in the game, and Berkeley's defense did just enough to stop a late rally by the Dragons (6-3, 2-2).
Here are your individual standouts throughout the East Bay from Friday night's games:
HOWARD WIKLE, Valley Christian: He rushed 24 times for a game-high 169 yards and scored a TD and a two-point conversion to help Valley Christian rally from a 15-point fourth-quarter deficit against Pinole Valley.
JAVARI SHEPPARD, Pinole Valley: Ran 14 times for 122 yards against Valley Christian.
JOSH POWELL, Pinole Valley: He rushed for 100 yards on nine carries against Valley Christian.
MARQUIS DAVENPORT, Hercules: The Titans' back rushed for 130 yards and two TDs in a 41-0 win over John Swett.
KENYATTA JACKSON, McClymonds: He scored three touchdowns against Oakland.
KEITH WILLIAMS, McClymonds: The Warriors' quarterback went 4-for-5 passing for 147 yards and two TDs, and also ran for a score in a win over Oakland.
ZACH SPINDLE, Oakland Tech: The Bulldogs' kicker had a 40-yard field goal late in the game for the winning margin as Oakland stayed unbeaten in the OAL with a 17-14 win over Fremont.
JOE PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: He ran for a game-high 172 yards, scored a pair of TDs and had a key interception in a win over Northgate.
MICHAEL PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: The Eagles' quarterback rushed for three TDs against Northgate.
FISI TAVAKE, Northgate: He ran for 89 yards and scored a touchdown against Clayton Valley.
JIMMY SHARPE, Northgate: Rushed for 89 yards and a touchdown vs. Clayton Valley.
JAY YESIN, Concord: He scored five touchdowns in a 68-12 win over Mt. Diablo, including two TD receptions and two punt return touchdowns, one from 68 yards. He also returned an interception 77 yards for a TD.
AUSTIN HUNT, Concord: The Minutemen's quarterback threw two TD passes against Mt. Diablo.
OLITO THOMPSON, Concord: The Minutemen's star back ran for a pair of touchdowns against Mt. Diablo.
DIMITRI SALIDO, College Park: He rushed 15 times for 116 yards and three TDs in the first half of a 61-14 win over Ygnacio Valley.
JAMARI POPE, Ygnacio Valley: Rushed for 121 yards in the first half against College Park, including a 75 on a touchdown run.
MASON WINDATT, Campolindo: Intercepted a pass and then scored on a 95-yard TD reception on the next play against Dougherty Valley.
RILEY PIVIN, Newark Memorial: Threw three TD passes and scored the game-winner on a 7-yard run with 2:01 left in a 32-14 win over Washington for the Cougars' first MVAL title since 1985.
KYLE MALPEDE, Washington: The Huskies quarterback went 21-for-36 for 211 yards and two TDs against Newark Memorial.
TERRANCE JONES, Washington: Caught eight passes for 90 yards vs. Newark.
JEFFREY PROTHRO, James Logan: The Colts' quarterback went 8-for-9 passing for 199 yards and four TDs and also ran for 76 yards and scored twice.
KAVION AUGUSTINE, James Logan: He caught a pair of touchdowns in the first half, including one scoring pass from 24 yards out against Irvington.
WARREN MILES LONG, James Logan: He scored a pair of rushing touchdowns, including one from 53 yards, and also scored on a 66-yard TD reception. He finished with 105 yards on five carries.
TIAPEPE VITALE, De La Salle: Rushed for 131 yards, including a 33-yard scoring run, in a victory over San Ramon Valley.
DAS TAUTALATASI, De La Salle: He ran for 114 yards against San Ramon Valley.
CHRIS WILLIAMS, De La Salle: The Spartans' quarterback ran for three touchdowns and threw for a TD against San Ramon Valley.
TAYLOR POYADUE, Alhambra: Rush 16 times for a game-high 165 yards and two TDs in a loss to Acalanes.
ROBBIE STERN, Acalanes: Went 8-for-13 for 107 yards and two TDs, and ran for a two scores in a win over Alhambra.
MARSHALL DUETZ, Miramonte: He had 136 total yards, including 96 rushing, and scored three TDs in a 45-34 win over Las Lomas.
PATRICK CHEEK, Castro Valley: He scored a pair of TDs rushing in a 41-0 win over Hayward.
COREY SAILS, Encinal: He rushed for 151 yards, including a 67-yard run, and scored a TD in a 25-21 win over San Leandro.
CAMERON OWEN, California: He threw for 213 yards and four TDs, and also ran for 80 yards, in a win over Granada.
C.J. CORNWELL, California: He made a pair of spectacular catches for touchdowns against Granada, including one for 57 yards.
KEVIN LEATHLEY, California: The Grizzlies' defender recovered a pair of fumbles against Granada.
KYLE CAMPIOTTI, Granada: He rushed for a game-high 169 yards and scored two TDs against California.
MATT RICHARDS, Granada: He caught eight passes for 158 yards and three TDs against California.
GRANT MILLER, Amador Valley: The Dons receiver caught six passes for 222 yards and three TDs in a stunning win over Monte Vista.
KYLE MORENO, Amador Valley: The Dons quarterback fired three TD passes to Grant Miller in a win over Monte Vista.
KYLE KEARNS, Foothill: The Falcons quarterback went 13-for-25 passing for 210 yards and three TDs in a win over Livermore.
RAY HUDSON, Foothill: He caught three TD passes against Livermore.
DANTE MAYES, Freedom: The Falcons quarterback threw for 357 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a victory over Deer Valley.
DARRELL DANIELS, Freedom: The Washington-bound receiver caught 11 passes for 195 yards against Deer Valley.
JOE MIXON, Freedom: He rushed for 103 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Deer Valley.
HARRIS ROSS, Pittsburg: The Pirates' junior tailback carried 14 times for a career-high 237 yards and two TDs against Heritage.
ANTHONY CARTER, Heritage: The Patriots' quarterback wetn 17-for-25 for 188 yards and a TD against Pittsburg.
HUNTER KARNTHONG, Antioch: The Panthers' quarterback rushed for 141 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-13 win over Liberty.
CODY MAGHUYOP, Liberty: Rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown against Antioch.