The scores gave the senior 14 touchdowns for the year.
After taking the lead on a touchdown pass by Chris Williams
to Andrew Buckley
in the first quarter, De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)
led 28-3 at the half.
The Spartans expanded their lead to 26 points entering the fourth quarter. De La Salle scored once in the quarter on a Tiapepe Vitale
John De Maio made a difference for Monte Vista (Danville, Calif.). The senior kicked three field goals.
The Mustangs came in allowing just 16.9 points per game this season. Monte Vista struggled against DLS's offense, which entered the game scoring 33.0 points per game. The Concord school went into the matchup giving up only 12.6 points per game. MV's nine points were well below its season average of 36.4 per game.
Last season's game between the teams resulted in a 42-21 win for the Spartans.
The defeat comes as a step back for Monte Vista, which notched a 49-14 victory over Livermore in its previous outing. The loss snapped the Danville school's 3-game winning streak.
De La Salle (8-0) will play a non-conference game against San Ramon Valley next week, while Monte Vista (6-2) will take on Amador Valley in a East Bay game.This story is based on information MaxPreps obtained from Qwixcore reports. Qwixcore, MaxPreps new live-scoring tool, allows fans to serve other fans by reporting live scores of games from their phones. Occasionally, errors may occur and are usually a result of incorrect data input. For more information on Qwixcore, or to find out how you can Qwixcore your game, please click here.