Well, Week 3 showed us a lot. Here are some of the things we learned.
-Amador Valley can pass the football. Wes Garwood had three TD passes in his first five attempts against Irvington. This does not bode well for EBAL defenses. No more stacking the box to key on Casey Guillory.
-Acalanes is going to need more than just Connor Ring.
-A healthy Javhid Best will reach the 2,000 yard mark for Salesian.
-Antioch has playmakers again: Tim Thomas rushed for 190 yards and 4 TD vs. Vintage-Napa.
-There is nothing Diondre Borel can’t do. The Freedom QB rushed for three TD, passed for two, and returned a punt 72 yards for yet another against Grace Davis-Modesto.
-That tough nonleague schedule seems to be working for Liberty (They tied McClymonds 26-26). Can they parlay that into an upset of Pittsburg?
Clutch performance of the week: Miramonte QB Trevor Boswell threw his own coming out party Thursday agianst Acalanes. With his team trailing 14-0 after six minutes, Boswell helped lead the Matadors back by passing for 273 yards and three TDs.
Week 4 Game I’m most looking forward to: There’s a lot to choose from this week (Alhambra at Las Lomas, Hayward at Amador Valley, Salesian at Sacred Heart Cathedral-S.F.), but how can I not go with Monte Vista at Foothill in both teams’ EBAL opener. How will the Mustangs high-performance offense handle the Falcons dominating defense? Monte Vista is higher ranked, but Foothill could be primed for an upset.
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