Prep Varsity Football Results; Zero Week
Friday, August 30th, 2013
Issue 35, Volume 17.
Great Oak (0-1) - 17 : 41 - Carlsbad (1-0)
Murrieta Mesa (1-0) - 45 : 28 - Jurupa Hills (0-1)
Murrieta Valley (1-0) - 21 : 10 - Temescal Canyon (0-1)
Elsinore (0-1) - 23 : 41 - Rancho Verde (1-0)
Heritage (1-0) - 37 : 13 - San Jacinto (0-1)
Lakeside (0-1) - 14 : 28 - Cypress (1-0)
Paloma Valley (1-0) - 61 : 6 - San Bernardino (0-1)
Perris (0-1) - 13 : 33 - Shadow Hills (1-0)
Temescal Canyon (0-1) - 10 : 21 - Murrieta Valley (1-0)
Linfield Christian (1-0) - 45 : 0 - Meadows (0-1)
California Military Institute (1-0) - 40 : 6 - Nuview Bridge (0-1)
Hamilton (0-1) - 6 : 49 - St. Genevieve (1-0)
Rancho Christian (0-1) - 20 : 35 - Tri-City Christian (1-0)
Southwestern League Friday Night Football Results
Nighthawks, Rams Win. The Wolfpack Falls.
Murrieta Valley 21
Temescal Canyon 10
The Nighthawks outlasted the Titans tonight as Temescal Canyon’s option offense kept Murrieta Valley’s defense frustrated and confused, moving the chains at ease. The Nighthawk Defense did put up rise to the occasion repeatedly, making heroic stops to keep the Titans out of the end zone and holding them to only 10 points.
After coasting to a 21-3 lead in the first half, the Nighthawks were frustrated and held scoreless in the second. The Titans forced three Murrieta Valley turnovers inside their 10 yard line, denying Nighthawk scoring opportunities. The Titans were never intimidates and played tough until the final whistle.
Murrieta Mesa 45
Jurupa Hills 28
The Rams season got off to a winning start as they defeated the Spartans 45-28 at home. Murrieta Mesa took the ball on its opening drive and ran it into Jurupa Hill’s end zone. They never looked back.
Murrieta Mesa’s Sophomore quarterback Peyton Uhl, in his first varsity start, passed for 252 yards and four touchdowns The Rams mixed it up offensively and relied on the run much more than previous seasons. The Rams were about at a 60-40 mix passing and running.
Great Oak 17
The Wolfpack just couldn’t get started Friday night and were overwhelmed by a much more physical Carlsbad team. With the score tied with seven each in the first quarter, the Spartans proceeded to take over the game and outscored Great Oak 36 to 3 in the second and third quarters.
Great Oak scored a touchdown in the final quarter to make it 41-17.
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