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High school football previews: The rest
September 13, 2013, 05:00 AM By Nathan Mollat Daily Journal

THE REST

Mission-SF (0-1) vs. Menlo School (0-1) at Sequoia, 7 p.m. Friday

The Bears were mauled by Hercules in their home opener, 44-0. … The Knights ran into a buzz saw last week, falling 84-49 to San Angelo Central in Texas. … Menlo QB Jack Heneghan kicked off his senior year by throwing for more than 400 yards and four touchdowns last week. He also rushed for two more.

Gunn (0-1) at Carlmont (1-0), 7 p.m. Friday

The Titans were torched by San Mateo last week, 43-6. … The Scots slipped past Yerba Buena 17-6. … Gunn went 7-3 overall last season and 5-1 in Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division play. … Carlmont’s defense suffocated the Aztecs last week, holding them to 42 yards of offense, including minus-1 rushing. … RB Dominic Banks paced the offense for the Scots, churning out 147 yards on 24 carries.

St. Patrick-St. Vincent at Jefferson (0-1), 7 p.m. Friday

The Bruins pitched a shutout against Albany, 43-0. … The Indians were run over by Aragon, 50-0. … SPSV opened the season with a 35-0 loss to San Marin, before rebounding last week. … Dominic Blandino wasn’t very effective at QB for Jefferson, but turned into quite a receiver. After Damari Davis replaced Blandino at QB, Blandino caught three passes for 55 yards.

Half Moon Bay (0-1) at Wilcox (1-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday

The Cougars were upset by Hillsdale last week, 31-28. … the Chargers outlasted Manteca in overtime, 28-27. … Delshawn Mitchell led Wilcox with 213 yards rushing and two scores. … Half Moon Bay’s defense allowed more than 300 yards of offense to Hillsdale last week.

Mountain View (0-1) at Sacred Heart Prep (1-0), 1 p.m. Saturday

The Spartan were skewered by Burlingame 45-0. … The Gators grabbed a 48-0 win over visiting Branham. … Mountain View managed just 195 yards of offense. … SHP churned out 366 yards of offense last week — 266 rushing, 100 passing. … QBs Cole March and Mason Randall combined to go 5 for 5 passing, throwing a touchdown apiece.

Hillsdale (1-0) at Lincoln-SF (0-1), 2 p.m. Saturday

The Knights knocked off Half Moon Bay, 31-28. … The Mustangs hung tough in a 28-19 loss to Riordan. … Hillsdale QB Cole Carrithers earned Daily Journal Athlete of the Week honors following a 196-yard, three-touchdown performance in last week’s win. … RB Hollon James had 128 yards of total offense for the Knights — 88 rushing and 4 yards receiving. … Lincoln rushed for more than 300 yards last week. … Two different runners, Tyree Marzetta and Davion Telfor, each went over the 100-yard rushing mark.

 

 

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