Daily Journal Sports File
Daily Journal Sports File
Sequoia quarterback Faavae Brown
accounted for 200 yards of total offense and five touchdowns last week.
Hillsdale (2-1) at
Alameda (2-1), 7 p.m. Friday
The Knights fell to Alvarez 43-35 last week. … The Hornets were hammered 44-14 by Miramonte-Orinda. … Hillsdale QB Cole Carrithers had one of the best outings of his career, throwing for 349 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 25 of 41 passing. … Alameda needs only one more win to equal last year’s total.
Lowell (0-2) at
Jefferson (0-3), 7 p.m. Friday
The Cardinals were crushed 35-8 by Tennyson-Hayward. … The Indians were bashed 53-12 by Petaluma. … Lowell has been outscored 71-20 in two games this season. … Jefferson is allowing more than 50 points per game. … The good news for the Indians is they scored their first points of the year last week after being shut out in their first two games.
Sequoia (3-0) at
Cedar City-Utah (2-3), 7 p.m. Friday
The Cherokees chewed up Woodside last week, 44-26. … The Redmen are coming off a tight 6-0 victory. … This is the third year in a row Sequoia is traveling out of state to play a game. Last year, the Cherokees went to Idaho and two years ago they traveled to Oregon. Sequoia is 2-0 in out-of-state games. … Sequoia QB Faavae Brown accounted for five touchdowns — four rushing, one passing — in the win over Woodside. … Throw out a Week 2 63-point explosion and Cedar City has scored only 32 points in its other four games.
Sacred Heart Prep (3-0) at
King’s Academy (1-1), 7 p.m. Friday
The Gators got by Salinas 25-10 last week. … The Knights were clobbered by Scotts Valley, 35-7. … In its three wins, Sacred Heart Prep is averaging more than 540 yards of offense per game. … RB Ricky Grau paced the Gators last week with 150 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries. … The 10 points allowed by SHP were the first the Gators have given up this season. … After an encouraging 55-7 season-opening win over San Jose, King’s Academy was brought back to earth last week. … The Knights trailed 21-0 after just six minutes last week and managed just 82 yards of total offense.
Menlo-Atherton (2-1) at
Silver Creek (0-2), 2 p.m. Saturday
The Bears beat their second straight Central Coast Section playoff contender, handing defending Open Division champion St. Ignatius a 21-16 loss. … The Raiders were routed by Soquel 41-0. … M-A QB Brian Keare had a breakout game against the Wildcats, passing for 302 yards and two TDs. … Silver Creek has been shut out in both its games this season.