FRIDAY

Serra (0-0) at Palo Alto (0-1), 7 p.m.

This will be the Padres first game. Their season opener against Pittsburg last week was canceled because of poor air quality. … The Palo Alto Vikings were beaten by St. Ignatius 28-7 last week. … Serra went 5-0 during the spring season. In 2019, the Padres lost to Corona Del Mar in the 1-A state championship game. … Palo Alto went 7-5 in 2019 and 2-3 during the spring season.

American Canyon (0-1) at Burlingame (1-0), 7 p.m.

The American Canyon Wolves were nipped by Rodriguez-Fairfield, 15-13, in their opener last week. … The Panthers punished Capuchino, 35-0. … American Canyon plays in the North Coast Section’s Vine Valley League. … The Wolves were 3-2 during the spring season. They were 8-3 in 2019, losing in the first round of the playoffs. … Burlingame needed only 239 yards of offense to put up five TDs against the Mustangs last week. … The Panthers defense allowed only 127 yards of offense.

Terra Nova (1-0) at Carlmont (1-0), 7 p.m.

The Tigers slipped away with a 14-13 in over Hillsdale last week. … The Scots scooted past El Camino, 40-7. … The Terra Nova defense bent, but it didn’t break. The Tigers allowed 324 yards of offense to Hillsdale, but held the Knights to just two TDs. … Carlmont’s ground-and-pound got off to a strong start as the Scots rushed for 461 yards, with nine players getting a touch.

Menlo School (1-0) at King’s Academy (0-1), 7 p.m.

Menlo mauled Sequoia, 63-6, in the season opener last week. … TKA was cracked by Mountain View, 31-0. … This will be the first meeting between these teams since the 2017 season, a 28-0 Menlo victory. … Menlo receivers Robby Enright, Carter Jung and Ty Richardson all finished with more than 100 yards receiving. … TKA hasn’t been shutout since losing to Menlo in 2017.

Tualatin-Oregon (0-0) at Menlo-Atherton (0-1), 7 p.m.

This is the Tualatin Timberwolves first game of the season. They went 4-2 and finished second in the 6A Special District 5 League standings. … The Bears were beaten by Bellarmine, 56-41. … M-A rolled up 546 yards of offense against Bellarmine. Quarterback Matt MacLeod threw for 401 yards, while the Bears’ ground attack racked up 145 yards. … The Bears need to shore up their defense, however. 29 of Bellarmine’s 56 points came in the fourth quarter.

Aragon (0-1) at Leland (0-0), 7 p.m.

The Dons were decimated by Homestead in their opener last week, 52-3. … This is the season opener for the Leland Chargers. … The game got away from Aragon in the middle quarters. The Dons allowed 8 points in the first quarter and 7 in the fourth. In the second and third, however, Homestead combined for 37 points. …Leland went 2-3 during the spring season. The Chargers were the top seed the 2019 CCS Division V playoffs, advancing to championship game, losing to No. 2 Santa Cruz, 20-7.

Hillsdale (0-1) at Soquel (0-1), 7 p.m.

Hillsdale was knocked off by Terra Nova last week, 14-13. … Soquel fell to Scotts Valley, 28-6. … Hillsdale quarterback Liam Smith had a strong start last week. He completed 15-of-21 passes for 230 yards and a touchdown. He also added 55 yards rushing and a second score. … Soquel went 1-3 during the spring season. In 2019, Soquel qualified for CCS, finishing the season 8-3.

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

The Ravens were routed by Menlo School in last week’s opener, 63-6. … The Gunn Titans were cut down to size by Monterey, 19-2. … Gunn’s loss snapped a winning streak of five games after going 5-0 during the spring season. In 2019, the Titans went 8-2 playing in the SCVAL’s El Camino Division.

Monta Vista-Cupertino (0-1) at Mills (0-1), 6 p.m.

The Monta Vista Matadors were gored by Westmont last week, 42-0. … The Vikings were vanquished 49-0 by Aptos. … Monta Vista went 1-2 during the spring season. In 2019, the Matadors were 5-5. … Mills sat out the 2021 spring season. In 2019, the Vikings went qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2007 and finished the year with a record of 8-3.

Rancho San Juan (0-0) at Woodside (0-1), 7 p.m.

This is Rancho San Juan Trailblazers season opener. They went 0-3 in the spring. … The Wildcats were whipped by Silver Creek, 47-18. … Rancho San Juan is only in its second season as a program. Located in Salinas, the Trailblazers were forced to play Salinas-only games and were outscored 168-0 in three spring games by Alvarez, North Salinas and Alisal. .… Woodside rushed for 170 yards against Silver Creek, averaging more than 6 yards a carry.

Saturday

Sacred Heart Prep (1-0) at St. Ignatius (1-0), noon

The Gators got over on Sacred Heart Cathedral in their opener last week, 28-21. … The St. Ignatius Wildcats wiped out Palo Alto, 28-7. … These teams faced off in 2019, with SHP coming away with a 28-21 victory. … The Gators put up a balanced offensive effort against SHC last week. They rushed for 188 yards and threw for 227. … SI went 2-1 during the spring season and was 9-3 in 2019.

El Camino (0-1) at Capuchino (0-1), 7 p.m.

The Colts were corralled by Carlmont last week, 40-7. … The Mustangs were mauled by Burlingame, 35-0. … These team met in 2019, with El Camino coming away with a 12-6 win in a Lake Division meeting. … Capuchino was held to 127 yards of offense last week.

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