Canyon Football Team Crushes Burroughs Of Burbank
The Canyon football team scored early and often in a 42-14 win over Burroughs of Burbank.
Canyon receiver Drew Wolitarsky caught seven passes for 173 yards and a touchdown.
Running back Max Archuleta gained 158 yards on the ground and scored a touchdown.
The Hart football team did its share of scoring too, in a 49-24 win over Palmdale. Hart running back Dylan Edwards got the Indians on the scoreboard with a 79-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. He finished with 135 yards rushing.
Linebacker Joey Cicoria scored two touchdowns, one on a fumble recovery in the end zone and the other on a 54-yard interception return.
The West Ranch football team won its second game in a row, 41-7, over Burbank.
West Ranch running back Jeff Coprich gained 94 yards and scored a touchdown. Zahr Lyttle scored two touchdowns on the ground for West Ranch
The Valencia football team lost a heartbreaker to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 17-14 in overtime.
The Vikings were up 14-0 in the fourth quarter, but Notre Dame tied the score with two touchdowns in the final minutes of regulation.
Notre Dame won the game with a field goal in the first overtime period.
Valencia running back Cody Anciano gained 106 yards and scored a touchdown.
The Saugus football team lost to Muir, 27-9, in Pasadena. Quarterback Jared Carbajal scored the only touchdown for Saugus in the third quarter.
The Golden Valley football team lost to Royal, 27-14.
Golden Valley running back Earl Johnson scored on a 97-yard run in the first quarter. Brett Melton scored a touchdown for Golden Valley on a 35-yard interception return.
The Santa Clarita Christian football team won its first game in 11-man football, 25-0, over Lucerne Valley.
In college football, College of the Canyons lost, 17-10, to Mt. San Antonio College, the two-time reigning state champion.
In baseball, the Angels lost to the New York Yankees, 6-5, and lost a game in the American League West standings.
The Rangers beat the A’s, 8-1, and lead the American League West by 2 ½ games.
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