It was an big blowout win for St. Francis, as it defeated host Muir, 42-6, in a nonleague game on last Friday. In the winning effort, the Golden Knights (2-1 overall record) had several standout performances.
Junior quarterback Jake Jacobs had 14 completions for 218 yards and added 94 rushing yards on five carries for a team-leading 312 total yards and two touchdowns.
Senior Max Garrison, senior Dylan Bell, sophomore John Calmette and sophomore Preston Jernegan each recorded one touchdown.
Garrison had four receptions for 79 yards and Jernegan added three receptions for 27 yards. Senior Myles Shannon, Calmette and senior Alejandro Ramirez each had two receptions for 55, 21 and 18 yards, respectively. Rounding out the group was Bell, who had received once for 18 yards.
Freshman John Sanders had four carries for two yards, while Calmette and junior Owen Peterson each had two.
On defense, as 18 different players combined for 31 total tackles. Jernegan and Ramirez led the pack with five and three total tackles, respectively. Bell, senior Aiden Chisum, senior Diego Jimenez, senior Duncan Sprengel, junior George Cupp, sophomore Phillip Ocon and senior Milo Orona each added two total tackles. Senior Mayze Bryant, senior Daniel Hara, senior Jake Karadizian, senior Samuel Oliver, senior Simon Lee, Shannon, senior Mher Baranian, junior Michael Gordo and Calmette each added one tackle. The defense put additional pressure on Muir’s quarterback with a team-high two sacks from Orona, while Sprengel and Lee each added one.
La Salle College Prep (0-4 overall record) lost its fourth consecutive game against visiting Arcadia in a 30-28 nail-bitter on Friday, Sept. 16.
Junior quarterback Richie Munoz had a terrific game with 20 completions for 275 yards and four touchdowns despite the nonleague loss. He also had three carries for 30 yards. Seniors Rashaad Austin and Angelo Godoy also had decent games with five carries each for 20 and 16 yards, respectively.
Sophomore Mauricio Pavon had a stellar performance with a team-high nine receptions for 109 yards. Sophomore Aidan Leyland had three receptions for 18 yards. Will Clougherty, Austin and freshman Sean Munoz each had two carries for 43, 33 and 21 yards, respectively. Sophomore Mauricio Pavon had a team-leading two touchdowns while Clougherty and Munoz each added one.
Defensively, senior John Alvarez had a team-high nine total tackles (three solo, six assists) while senior Matthew Gamble added eight total tackles (five solo, three assists). Sophomore Thomas Gomez (seven), junior Adam Pavon (seven), Leyland (six), senior Adam Gamez (six), sophomore David Vanden bosch (four), Mauricio (three), sophomore David Mysza (three), junior Andrew Boecking (two), junior Anthony Balurdi (one) and Jake Seibert (one) rounded out the Lancers’ 57 total tackles.
Maranatha (1-2 overall record) hosted Campbell Hall of North Hollywood and lost, 65-8, in a nonleague game on Friday, Sept. 10.
Freshman Miles Omalley had 14 carries for 21 yards. He also had 205 kickoff return yards and scored Maranatha’s only touchdown. Junior quarterback Connor Patterson completed three passes for eight yards. Sophomores Jammer Reeves and Camden Jones each had one reception.
Defensively, Camden and senior Joseph Kazarian led the line with three total tackles each. In addition, sophomores Andrew Massino, Ethan Joung, Jacob Nelly, Dejohn Jones, Reeves and Carter Shupper each had two total tackles. Juniors Samuel Funches and Yanjun Li each added one total tackle.
Polytechnic snapped its two-game losing streak with a 43-14 victory at Glendale in a nonleague match on Friday, Sept. 10. No individual statistics were available.
After their upcoming bye week, the Panthers (2-2 overall) will look to keep their winning streak alive as they host San Marino in their first league game of the season on Friday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m.
Flintridge Prep had its two-game win streak was snapped as the Wolves lost, 50-13, on the road against Thacher School in Ojai in a nonleague game on Saturday, Sept. 18.
Before the loss, Prep has been magnificent to open the season, outscoring its first two opponents 107-12.
No individual statistics were available.
After a bye week, Flintridge Prep (2-1 overall record) will look to bounce back in its next scheduled game against visiting Cornerstone Christian of Wildomar in a nonleague matchup on Saturday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m.