The Wildcats of Marin Catholic varsity football team mauled the Casa Grande High School Gauchos on Friday night (Sept. 10), besting the Petaluma team 28-7. That brings MC to a perfect 3-0 on the season. The Marin powerhouse heads to McClymonds in Oakland next week, which should be a fierce test for the strong Kentfield team
The San Marin Mustangs stomped Moreau Catholic Friday (Sept. 10), starting their season 3-0. Moreau Catholic’s loss put the Mariners washed up on the beach at 0-3 for the season. The Mustangs will stay in the corral next week, as it is a bye week for the Novato team.
The Trojans of Terra Linda High School logged its first varsity football win Friday (Sept. 10) with a win by the tip of a spear over the Dragons of Sonoma Valley High School, 32-29.
The Trojans will march against West County at San Rafael High School on Saturday night.
The Branson Bulls blew away the California School For the Deaf on Friday night (Sept. 10). Final score: 74-6. That puts the Bulls 2-0 on the season. They travel this week to battle the Gryphons of Crystal Springs Uplands in Hillsborough.
Can a Hornet sting an Eagle? Yes, if we’re talking about Marin prep varsity football. The Novato Hornets stung the Kenney (Richmond) Eagles defenseless and rolled up the score Saturday (Sept. 11), 34-0.
Novato is now 1-1 on the season and heads to Los Lomas High School in Walnut Creek this week to face the 2-1 Knights.
Oh, mama, it was a runaway night from the Redwood Giants varsity football team as they squished the Galileo Lions Saturday (Sept. 11), 61-0. There was nothing to roar about for the Lions of San Francisco.
The Giants of Larkspur are 2-0 on the season. Their first win was against College Park. Redwood scored 48 points in that match up. College Park scored zero. So in two games the total score for Redwood versus opponents is … heck, you do the math.
The Bulldogs of San Rafael were put on a short leash Saturday (Sept. 11) as the Santa Rosa Panthers pounded now 1-1 San Rafael, 34-7.
It looked like a high-scoring baseball game Saturday (Sept. 11) when the Tam Red-Tailed Hawks came up on the short end of the stick against Archbishop Riordan, 15-8. Tam is 1-2 on the season and will play the 1-1 Terra Linda Trojans this week.