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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Bay Area high school football Week 8 preview: Top matchups, schedule

Best matches

No. 1 Serra (5-0, 3-0) at No. 12 Valley Christian (4-2, 2-1), Friday, 7:00 pm: Before Serra gets to his fight against St. Francis on November 6, he must overcome this obstacle on the road in San Jose against an opponent who is the dynamic duo WR. Yurrion Dickey and QB Jackson Berman… Serra has won five of his last six games against Valley, but lost two of the last three away games in the series – one 33-26 win that opened a shortened season last spring. Serra dominated five games this fall, beating Palo Alto, Half Moon Bay, Mitty, Bellarmine and Riordan 205-34. QB with a double threat Dominic Lampkin completed almost 80% of his broadcasts and RB Petelo Guy always seems to go downhill. The defense was physical and mean. Valley’s two losses were away: 42-20 against 4th Pittsburgh and 41-27 last week against 2nd St. Francis. – Darren Sabedra

No. 6 California (6-0, 1-0), No. 3 De La Salle (4-2, 0-0), Friday, 7:00 pm: De La Salle will be left without a coach Justin Alambo and a number of players due to the county’s COVID-19 protocols, the coach said Wednesday. The fully vaccinated Alambo tested positive after he learned of the team’s coronavirus case on Monday. The Spartans beat Folsom 31-10. They have beaten California 18 times in a row since 2007, most of them failing. California proved to be one of the Bay Area surprise teams this season, without losing a single out-of-league game and then overtaking Clayton Valley Charter last week when Teddy Boras connected with Jake Calcagno at the back of the scoring area with 15.5 seconds remaining. When these teams met in the spring, De La Salle won 48-10. In 2019, the Spartans beat California 70-7. Defense Coordinator Nate Kenyon will be the acting head coach of De La Salle, but Alambo said he would contact the team from his home office. – Darren Sabedra

No. 7 San Ramon Valley (5-1, 1-0), No. 10 Clayton Valley Charter (4-2, 0-1), Friday 7:00 pm: Regardless of what happens in this East Bay Athletic League Mountain Division competition on Friday night, Clayton Valley remains in good shape to advance to the North Coast Section playoffs. But after six games in the season, Ugly Eagles remains a mystery. CVC beat Monterey Trail-Elk Grove and California by 398 yards (949-551) in their last two games, but the Eagles tied the two. They overtook the Monterey Trail 35-28 and lost to California 19-18. Both games were played against good teams, but the yardage gap suggests the Eagles may have missed some scoring opportunities. 3 out of 8 on extra points did not help. At the same time, San Ramon Valley appears to be playing its best football of the season. The Wolves have strangled Foothill 42-0 and Amador Valley 41-13 in their last two games. Quarterback SRV Jack Quigley completed 25 of 28 assists for 337 yards and seven TDs in his last two games. Tanner Salisbury and Tyler Hoffman caught Quigley’s five touchdown throws. For the Clayton Valley Charter, Rahsaan Woodland has 945 racing yards and a double threat QB Brenden Bush crossed 738 yards and ran 407. Two years ago, when the teams played on the Eagles lawn, San Ramon Valley won 23-16. – Mike Lefkow

No. 9 Monte Vista (5-0), No. 25 Amador Valley (4-2, 0-1), Friday, 19:00: Amador Valley loses over and over again, and the schedule only gets more complicated. Following Friday night’s meeting with Monte Vista, the Dons’ next three games will play against EBAL rivals Mountain Clayton Valley, De La Salle and California. Both the Amador Valley and Monte Vista have strong defenses. Monte Vista, who will play in the first league, scored only 42 points during their 5-0 start. Amador Valley defended well until San Ramon Valley scored 28 points in the second half last week to win with a score of 41-13. Expect a competition with low scores. Mustangs have an excellent defender in Dillan DeWittthat went 1200 yards and 16 touchdowns. His favorite goals are tight ends at 6’4 and 227 pounds. Jack endris and 6-3, 208lb widening Cole Bosha… Amador Valley counters with deep and talented defense led by 6-5, 240 lbs Brady Nassar… Although he is only a junior, he is already receiving offers and attention from Pac-12. Calpreps.com has an 11-point preference for Monte Vista, but the Dons could have made it that much closer if their attack had gone full blast. – Mike Lefkow

No. 19 Burlingame (6-0, 2-0) at Terra Nova (4-2, 0-1), Friday, 7:00 pm: Unbeaten Burlingame will play three of their last four away games starting Friday night at Terra Nova. The Panthers should be favored against all but Menlo Atherton, but none of their Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division rivals are ruthless. After starting the season with two easy wins, Burlingame has had some serious problems, especially in the last two weeks, beating Sacred Heart Prep 22-21 and The King’s Academy 10-7. Senior Defender Ryan Call went 905 yards and seven touchdowns and he didn’t throw an interception. The panthers lost five groping. Calla’s favorite receiver is Will Urichwho has 24 catches at 417 yards and three TDs. On the defensive, Urich has three interceptions from his strong security position. He will surely be very busy against Terra Nova, which is gaining about two-thirds of its yards in the air. Defender Dominic Gordon threw for 1139 yards and six points. But he was also beaten off five times. Master receiver Nathaniel Bendo has 34 receptions at 552 yards. Don’t expect too many points. Burlingame lost 54 points, Terra Nova lost 68. – Mike Lefkow

Campolindo (3-3, 0-1), No. 18 Akalanes (4-2, 0-1), Friday 7:00 pm: Campolindo won eight in a row in this series of rivalries before the teams shared the last four meetings. But the Cougars will be outsiders on Friday after the Diablo Athletic League Foothill Division opened last week with a 35-0 home defeat to Benicia. This is the second time Campo have not played at home this season. Aptos beat Cougars 49-0. Akalanes is only a few points away from the undefeated. Last week, the Dons lost 35–34 to the first league at Las Lomas. Two games earlier, Damonte Ranch beat Akalanes 31-30. QB Luke Sousa The Dons have a good season. He threw 1,749 yards and 21 TDs on five interceptions. Evan Malmquist rushed 591 yards and 10 TD, and Dante Montgomery and Will Berrien each gained over 600 yards on pickup and gained 15 TDs in total. When these teams met in the spring, Campo won 28-13. – Darren Sabedra


Thursday 14 October

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Bval west valley

Lick in Del Mar, 19:00

San Jose, Yerba Buena, 19:00

SCVAL El Camino

Los Altos in Saratoga, 7:00 pm

Friday 15 October


Bay valley

Freedom at Heritage, 7:00 pm

Pittsburgh on the Liberty, 7:00 pm

DAL Foothills

Alhambra to Las Lomas, 19:00

Campolindo in Acalanes, 19:00

Miramonte in Benicia, 19:00

DAL Valley

Berian Christian at College Park 7:00 pm

Concorde in Ignacio Valley, 7:00 pm

Mount Diablo at Northgate, 7:00 pm

Ebal mountain

California at De La Salle, 7:00 pm

Monte Vista in the Amador Valley, 19:00

San Ramon Valley to Clayton Valley, 7:00 pm

Ebal valley

Granada in Dougherty Valley, 19:00

Livermore at the foothills, 7:00 pm

MVAL / WACC Foothills

Bishop O’Dowd at Moro Catholic, 19:00

Hayward vs. San Leandro at Burrell Field in San Leandro, 7:00 pm

MVAL / WACC Mission

Berkeley on Mount Eden, 19:00

Piedmont in Ensinal, 19:00

Washington Fremont in Castro Valley, 7:00 pm

Coastline MVAL / WACC

Alameda vs. American in Washington-Fremont, 7:00 pm

Newark Tennyson Memorial, 7:00 pm


Fremont-Auckland on Skyline, 7:00 pm

McClimonds in Auckland, 7:00 pm

Oakland Tech in Castlemont, 7:00 pm


Salesian at El Cerrito, 19:00

St. Patrick-St. Vincent in De Anza, 19:00

TCAL stone

Richmond at Hercules, 19:00

St. Mary Albany in Vallejo, 19:00


Kennedy Fremont at James Logan, 7:00 pm



Los Gatos to Palo Alto, 7:30 pm

Milpitas in Santa Clara, 19:00

Mountain View Homestead, 7:00 pm

SCVAL El Camino

Lynbrook in Hann, 19:00

Bval Mount Hamilton

Leland to Santa Teresa, 19:00

Live Oak at Overfelt, 19:00

Piedmont Hills at Oak Grove, 7:00 pm

Silver Creek at Lincoln San Jose, 7:00 pm

BVAL Santa Teresa

Independence at Branham, 19:00

Et Li Avenue, 19:00

Collected from the Pioneer, 19:00

Willow Glen at Westmont, 7:00 pm

Bval west valley

Evergreen Valley at Gunderson, 7:00 pm

Hill on Mount Pleasant, 19:00


Burlingame in Terra Nova, 19:00

Royal Academy at Half Moon Bay, 19:00

Preparation for the Sacred Heart in Menlo Atherton, 7:00 pm

PAL Ocean

Carlmont in Jefferson, 19:00

Hillsdale to Capuchino, 19:00

Menlo in Aragon, 19:00

PAL Lake

El Camino to Mills, 19:00

San Mateo in Sequoia, 19:00

Western Catholic

Riordan in St. Francis, 19:00

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart vs. Bellarmine at San Jose City College, 7:00 pm

Serra in Valley Christian, 19:00

Saturday 16 October


Bay valley

Deer Valley in Antioch, 19:00

Coastline MVAL / WACC

Irvington v San Lorenzo, Washington-Fremont, 19:00

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