In their previous meeting, Valencia delivered Newbury Park a punishing 56 - 35 defeat. This time around? Just more of the same. Valencia picked up a decisive 'W' against Newbury Park, finishing up at 48 - 7. The margin wasn't a surprise since Valencia is ranked many positions ahead of Newbury Park in the nation.
Newbury Park's defense took a beating in the first half, giving up 48 points. That put it down 48 - 0. Even though the defense held Valencia to zero points in the second half, the team still couldn't find a way to get out on top.
Valencia can chalk up much of its success to the efforts of senior Moises Haynes, who ran for 159 yards and also punched in three touchdowns. This marked the 3rd consecutive game in which Haynes had 100+ rushing yards. Mykael Wright was in the mix too, providing Valencia with two touchdowns.
Valencia kept its perfect season alive and rose to 3-0. Newbury Park dropped down to.500 with a 2-2 record.
Good luck to both teams in their upcoming games! Valencia will look to defend its home turf against Bakersfield this Friday at 7:00 PM. Valencia has the odds in its favor, so it won't want to drop the ball. Meanwhile, Newbury Park will face off against Venice Friday at 7:00 PM.
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