Tokay and Galt fall, Hawks win

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Tokay High’s foot­ball team stayed win­less on Fri­day, fall­ing to 0-8 with a 50-0 loss at Lin­coln in Stock­ton.

The Tro­jans jumped out to a 14-0 vic­tory af­ter one quar­ter with a 10-yard touch­down pass from Grant Steven­son to Alexan­der Chrim-Cordero and a 1-yard Eli­jah Godinez run, then bumped that up to a 35-0 lead by half­time.

Jahidi West scored on a 5yard run to make it 21-0, Chrim-Cordero scored on an 18-yard run to make it 28-0 and Steven­son hit Jonah Cole­man on a 19-yard pass for the last score of the half.

Most of Lin­coln’s drive were in the seven-play, 50-yard range as the Tro­jans me­thod­i­cally worked their way down the field. The Tigers (0-8, 0-3 TriC­ity Ath­letic League) had no re­sponse.

Two quick scores, one with a 2-point con­ver­sion, pushed Lin­coln’s lead to 50-0 mid­way through the third quar­ter be­fore the Tro­jans (2-6, 2-1) eased off the gas and cruised through a score­less fourth quar­ter.

Lib­erty Ranch 42, El Do­rado 33 — Matthew Hop­per threw two touch­down passes and ran for two more as the Hawks over­came a late rally by El Do­rado for their first Sierra Val­ley Con­fer­ence vic­tory of the sea­son.

Lib­erty Ranch led wire-towire thanks to a missed pointafter at­tempt on El Do­rado’s first touch­down, which left the Hawks with a 7-6 lead cour­tesy of Hop­per-s first touch­down run. The two teams traded scores in the first quar­ter, with Hop­per’s run and a 13-yard Hop­per pass to Gabe Nino. El Do­rado re­sponded with Danny Bell’s 5-yard run and Tyson Ham­burg’s 14-yard run, with Leonardo Soto’s two point-af­ter kicks mak­ing the 1-point dif­fer­ence.

The sec­ond quar­ter made the dif­fer­ence for the Hawks (35, 1-2 SVC), with a Jonathan Thomas 2-yard touch­down run, a 22-yard touch­down run by Nino and a 21-yard Hop­per touch­down pass to Nino, for which El Do­rado didn’t have an an­swer. Lib­erty Ranch led 35-13 at half­time.

The Cougars sal­vaged what was threat­en­ing to turn into a rout with two third-quar­ter touch­downs — an 81-yard run

by Kai Cordero and a 65-yard pass from Bell to Ian Deal. It was a 10-point game head­ing into the fourth quar­ter.

But Hop­per struck again, with a 29-yard run to give the Hawks a 42-25 lead. A late 45-yard Bell run (with his own 2-point con­ver­sion) wasn’t enough to close the gap.

Rose­mont 54, Galt 14 — Things didn’t go as well for the War­riors in Fri­day’s home game. Galt was the vic­tim of four rush­ing touch­downs by Dalonte Baskerville and two touch­downs by quar­ter­back Kyle Master­son in a 54-14 loss.

Rose­mont (4-4, 1-2 SVC) went up early, with a Zion Gideon run and Baskerville’s first touch­down lead­ing to a 14-0 Rose­mont lead af­ter the first quar­ter.

An­other Baskerville touch­down, fol­lowed by an 11-yard Master­son pass to DeMarco Brod­nax led to a 26-0 Rose­mont lead.

Galt’s only re­sponse, near the end of the first half, was a touch­down pass from Robert Bu­la­han Jr. to Zachary Cirac.

An­other Baskerville touch­down, his third, was the only score of the third quar­ter, and he started off the fourth with a 70-yard score be­fore Bu­la­han an­swered with a 99-yard quar­ter­back keeper.

A short quar­ter­back sneak by Master­son, cou­pled with a 99-yard in­ter­cep­tion re­turn by Brod­nax sealed the game for Rose­mont. Galt fell to 4-4 over­all, and 0-3 in the SVC.

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