Thursday night SoCal high school football recap and scores – August 25, 2016

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The Southern California high school football season kicked-off Thursday night with short list of nine non-league games.

The most exciting game of the night needed three overtimes to decide the outcome as Trabuco Hills beat Pacifica (Garden Grove) 37-34.  Ryan Brosnan kicked a 31-yard field goal in overtime to win it.

Crenshaw dropped a hard-fought 21-20 game to Mission Hills. Crenshaw QB Daiyan Henley rushed for 60 yards and passed for 91 yards.

Charter Oak opened with a 44-22 win over Northview. Charter Oak quarterback Bret Clemetson threw for 216 yards and six touchdowns.

Garden Grove beat Santa Ana Valley 43-6.  Joseph Camarillo rushed for 120 yards and three touchdowns.

Crean Lutheran beat Calvary Chapel 35-14 behind Gavin Folsom‘s three touchdown passes.

After opening a 37-14 halftime lead, Saddleback Valley Christian had to hang-on to beat Northwood 44-37.  SVC, which lost to St. Bernard’s in last year’s CIF Division V-A championship game, scored on its first four possessions to open a 24-0 lead.

Marshall ran past Southlands Christian 47-6. DJ Paul had 150 yards with three touchdowns.  Andrew Kanamu rushed for 124 yards with a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown.

Morro Bay snapped an 11-game losing streak with a 10-7 win over Viewpoint.

August 25th scores

Charter Oak 44 Northview 22

Crean Lutheran 35 Calvary Chapel 14

Garden Grove 43 Santa Ana Valley  6

Marshall 47 Southlands Christian 6

Mission Hills 21 Crenshaw 20

Morro Bay 10 Viewpoint  7

Saddleback Valley Christian 44 Northwood  37

Trabuco Hills 37 Pacifica (Garden Grove) 34 (3 OTs)

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East Valley 36 Jordan 6


East Valley (North Hollywood, CA) 36 Jordan (Los Angeles, CA) 6

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