Sunbelt league; Prep Football recap of Week 2
Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Issue 38, Volume 17.
By Ardie Crenshaw
Heritage is showing more balance this year in their offensive attack as Patriot quarterback sophomore Bret Virgil led the team in rushing with four carries for 117 yards and two touchdowns. The Patriots ended with 295 rushing yards. Virgil also threw for 122 yards and 3 touchdowns to three different receivers on 8-of-10 attempts. The Patriots scored 21 points in each of the first two quarters. The game was out of reach at halftime.
Heritage (3-0) next travels to Temecula to face a Great Oak team that handed the Patriots their only regular season loss last year in a 35-32 goal line stand. Great Oak lost 41-17 to Carlsbad (#5 in SD Section) and came away with a 43-42 overtime victory last week against Rancho Verde (formerly #1-ranked Central Division). This might be the best match-up of the week.
Lancers Mauled by Golden Bears, 40-0
By Paul bandong
Two interceptions, four lost fumbles and numerous penalties made it a very long night for the Lakeside team as they lost away at Temecula Valley, 40-0.
Lancer quarterback Jacob Rasar completed 7-of-13 passes for 45 yards and rushed eight times for 23 yards. The Titans’ 193 rushing yards almost matched the Golden Bears’ 200 yard night. The difference is TVHS’ QB Kyle Plantier (12/22, 179 yds) threw for four touchdowns while TV running back Garrison Flores rushed for two TD’s. The Titans were unable to find the end zone either way.
Mark Ramolete (15 carries) and Jazzdon Stewart (nine carries) led Titans’ rushers with 63 yards each.
Lakeside (0-3) will travel to Jurupa Valley to face the 0-3 Jaguars who lost to Canyon Springs (34-3), Rubidoux (28-7), and Rim of the World (34-0).
Paloma Valley 56, Hemet West Valley 12
By Ardie Crenshaw
The Paloma Valley Wildcats extended their win streak to three with a 56-12 win over the Hemet West Valley Mustangs (1-2). The Wildcats’ offense continues to play at a high level after beating San Bernardino (61-6) and Sultana (64-14). They have scored 181 points in their first three games, passing for 593 yards and 12 touchdowns and amassing 842 yards and nine TD’s on the ground on only 92 carries (over 9 yds per carry). Paloma scored only once in the first quarter and three times in the second quarter taking a 28-0 lead into the half.
In the second half, Paloma Valley went with their running attack. Sophomore running back Demarco Prewitt ran wild scoring four touchdowns, including a 49-yarder. He finished the night with 226 yards on 19 carries. Prewitt also passed for a 47-yard touchdown. With the score out of reach the fourth quarter was played with a running clock.
Paloma Valley QB Brent Boehm passed for 174 yards and three touchdowns on 10-of-15 attempts; he also rushed for 42 yards.
Paloma Valley hosts the Moreno Valley Vikings (2-0) on Friday night at 7 pm. The Vikings are coming off of wins against Fontana (17-7) and Chaffey (35-21). The Vikings have a balanced offense with five rushing TD’s and four passing TD’s. The Wildcats should run away with another big win.
Panthers Pounce on Pirates, 24-20
By Paul Bandong
The Perris Panthers (1-2) roared back from two season-opening losses with a 24-20 victory in San Bernardino over the Pacific Pirates (0-2).
Sophomore quarterback Carlevon Manuel put on an airshow passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns, including a 78-yard bomb to Kenneth Patterson. Manuel averaged 35.5 yards per pass on only 7-of-14 attempts. Patterson caught five passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns. Aaron Berry also caught a 12-yd pass for a score. Ruben Mora kicked a 24-yd field goal to complete the scoring for the Panthers.
The Panthers travel Friday to San Bernardino High to face the 0-2 Cardinals, who lost to Vista del Lago by one point and Paloma Valley by 55.
Titans Lose to Braves, 27-7
Temescal Canyons triple-option offense has recorded a triple loss so far this season, with the latest being a 27-7 scalping by the Norte Vista Braves (1-1). The Titans previously lost to Murrieta Valley (21-10) and Temecula Valley (32-0).
The Titans’ lone touchdown came on an interception return by Jacob Zinda who intercepted at the back of the end zone and ran 109 yards for a touchdown and school/league/area record. Zinda also rushed for 64 yards. His pick six run raised the Titans’ total yardage to over 400, with only 35 in the air and 189 on the ground. Special teams accounted for the other 91 yards.
Norte Vista rushed for 247 yards and passed for 135. Senior Deandre Castanon had a 90-yd kick-off return for a score.
The Titans host the La Quinta Blackhawks (2-0) who have victories over Arlington (27-7) and JW North (49-7). Friday’s kick-off is at 7 pm.
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