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De La Salle is among the national Top 25 chosen by MaxPreps.
Eight different De La Salle players scored touchdowns as the nation's No. 10 team defeated the Bay Area's No. 16 squad 56-14 on Friday night. On Senior Night at Owen Owens Stadium, the Spartans (9-0) jumped to a 49-0 lead as they extended their unbeaten streak against Northern California opponents to 306 games.
Shamar Garrett opened the scoring with a 19-yard run and then completed a 44-yard halfback option pass for a touchdown to Grant Daley. Quarterback Dorian Hale completed two touchdown passes, one of 50 yards to Lu Hearns and the other of 5 yards to Brodie Tagaloa, and added a 17-yard TD run.
St. Ignatius scored a big 21-7 win over Mitty at Foothill College in a battle of Top 20 teams. St. Ignatius came in ranked 11th and Mitty was No. 13.
In the biggest rivalry game that decided the East Bay Athletic League title, San Ramon Valley defeated Monte Vista 17-16 in two overtimes. The Danville rivals finished tied for first with 4-1 records in league, but SRV will get the higher seed in the North Coast Section playoffs based on the head-to-head win.
The biggest game of the week among San Francisco ranked teams occurred Saturday, when No. 2 Serra defeated No. 3 Valley Christian 10-0 to earn at least a co-championship of the West Catholic Athletic League. It was the first shutout in the 20-game history between the Bay Area powers and lifted Serra to an 9-0 record and 6-0 in WCAL play. Valley Christian dropped to 8-1 and 5-1.
In a huge rivalry game, the 101st Little Big Game, Pittsburg (9-1) survived a serious challenge from Antioch (2-8) to post a 42-41 home victory. Antioch scored with less than 3 minutes to play to close to within a point, but went for a two-point conversion to take the lead. It failed and Pittsburg, the Bay Valley Athletic League champions, ran out the clock.
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