OAKLAND -- The host McClymonds High football team amassed 512 yards total offense to Fremont's 75 in this Oakland Section semifinal on Friday, as the Warriors earned a 54-0 victory to run its winning streak to seven games and advance to the Silver Bowl for the third straight year.
Rain that fell throughout most of the game did little to deter Mack (8-3), which received outstanding efforts from all its players.
Kenyatta McGee Jackson, for one, rushed for 164 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Keith Williams passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third. And sophomore Lavance Warren ran for 117 yards and a touchdown.
Antonio Cummings got into the act late in the game to rush for 53 more yards and set up a 3-yard touchdown run for Jason Brooks.
McGee Jackson scored the game's first two touchdowns on a pair of 13-yard first-quarter runs, and completed the scoring with a 59-yard run on the game's last play.
Lavon Washington and Emile Hope caught touchdown passes of 24 and 13 yards, respectively, from Williams (155 passing yards) in the second quarter. Williams and Warren each scored on 1-yard runs in the third.
The Tigers (4-6) reached the Warriors 4-yard line early in the second quarter, and had later possessions that brought them to the 10- and 11-yard lines, but never could find the end zone.
Mauni Pahulu led Fremont (4-6) with 63 rushing yards.