Washington 14, Pinole Valley 7 at the half

I got a wireless signal out here in Pinole, so I thought I’d go ahead a chip in with some halftime analysis.

Washington’s offense looked unstoppable in the first quarter, running numerous receiver “fly” runs. Vaughn made a nice catch on the first TD and Silva and Anthony King have been running hard. Deonte Purvis hasn’t been playing much for Pinole, but when he has he has shown some explosiveness.

First half stats:

Washington: Silva 8-51, Andrade 3-11, A.King 5-67, Vaughn 1-19, Mozzetti 3-0, Santos 1-4.
Pinole: Smallwood 9-15, Purvis 4-22, Mobley 1-1, Crenshaw 1-(-7), Huey 2-6.

Wash: Mozzetti 2-5-26-1.
PV Crenshaw 3-7-33-0.

Wash: Vaughn 2-26 (1 TD)
PV Edwards 2-24, Purvis 1-9.

Both defenses played well in the second quarter, but I think Pinole may just be hanging around. PV receives the kick in the second half.

Well the players are coming out the locker rooms now, so I’m going to drop the comp back in my bad. I’ll keep updating Bower with scores as thing continue to unfold here in freezying Pinole. I should have brought gloves…..

-Kyle Bonagura

Kyle Bonagura

Kyle Bonagura is a Pleasanton-based prep sports writer for the Bay Area Newsgroup-East Bay.