High School Playbook for December 3, 2021: Highlights and scores
the sights and sounds of friday football, peter KcR three high school playbook starts now, welcome back, I’m Bill Rogers. Nine high schools in our viewing area have earned the right to play for northern California High school football championship with the winners in their respective divisions, playing for a state high school football title. We begin with the division five double A. Where the center huskies took on the san marin mustangs tonight. Kayseri three Michelle Dapper has all of the great place and the outcome. The officials seeing through the fog trying to make the right calls as Sutter takes on san marin out of nevado second quarter mustangs up 14 nothing they add to their lead the handoff to their workhorse Justin again the five yard score, san marin driving once again but the huskies defense comes up with the interception, D’angelo Acosta taking it to the 34 yard line. Sutter now knocking on the door with nine seconds left in the half. Trevor looking for kate and Simmons in the end zone but gets Garrett able the interception in the end zone to keep them off the scoreboard. The huskies start off strong in the third facing 4th and 10. They get tricky the statue of Liberty and it’s nick fisher 33 yard touchdown that cuts into the lead. 21 7 final minute of the third. Fighting more fog now, Joey cook rolls right fires to the swooping Andrew able great route there for the 36 yard score 28 7 and the Mustangs. Put it away as they come up with their third interception of the game a pick six to seal the deal to win the five NorCal championship while Sutter finishes As the runner up, 35-7 the final. Oh I’m so proud of him. We weren’t even supposed to make you here. So you know we want an overtime last week in an emotional win and uh you know we saw the mash up and look the film, we knew we were gonna have to come play perfect tonight to get a victory and that’s a heck of a football team over there. The family part how we’re all a family and we all take care of each other outside of football outside of school and everything. It’s football doesn’t find him. You know, it’s bigger than that. Our program is bigger than that. It’s about life after football and that’s what we preach all the time and you know one football game doesn’t define a person and in a season made a great season a lot to be thankful for. So Sutter’s season comes to an end while san marin now moves on to the five double A state championship game next week in yuba city. Michel Debre for K. C. R. A. Three News now to the division two double A. NorCal championship game. The central catholic Raiders from Modesto Have won four NorCal title games along with four state championships tonight at home. The Modesto Raiders taking on the Pullard nights from Fresno for the D. Two double A NorCal championship. The Raiders wasted no time in getting on the scoreboard eight and taylor finds the zone from nine yards out to give Central catholic a seven to nothing first quarter lead. Then on defense, the Raiders played great takeaway ball in the fog Mario Zavala. The third comes up with the interception for central catholic right there. Now to the second quarter with the central catholic Raiders leading 21 to nothing. Agent Taylor shows off his long range quickness and speed as taylor takes it 48 yards into the end zone. And yes, central catholic, the Raiders would go on to be Bullard 44- 41 and the Raiders will now play for a state championship. What a great game if you’re a fan, you know, hey, we do what we do, We ran the ball, you know, we had to, we threw when we wanted and an offensive line and aid and taylor and Julian, all the team played well, you get this far. Everybody’s good. It was a great game, great performance by my linemen. Uh just it was a good, it was a good experience to run, especially playing on this field and my last time and it just, it means a lot, a lot of emotions and it just felt great to come out of this with the wind man, this was a game hard fought and hats off the bowler, they played their butts off and uh great job to our running backs man. They ran hard, they played well and uh yeah, I got to come back next week. It’s a great feeling, great program in central catholic, in Division one double A. The folsom bulldogs played at the daily sales Spartans from Concord. Folsom looking to avenge their previous meeting this year with the Spartans where the bulldogs lost by 21 points and tonight and conquer the de la Salle High School after falling behind 14 to nothing. Then in the second half, with the game tied at 21 all two minutes left in regulation, Tyler’s remain scored from two yards out to put the bulldogs up for good fulsome upset daily sale 28 27. Now Folsom will play for a state championship, not the Division four double A. The escalon Cougars have played in two north cal finals, winning both of them, along with two state championships back in 2010 and back in 2000 and 19. Tonight they took on the marine Catholics looking to remain perfect in northern California title games. This Division four double A. Contest took place at san rafael High school marin catholic scored two touchdowns during the second quarter while escalon didn’t score until the third quarter marin catholic would hang on to win 21 14, ending the escalon Cougars season and making their first ever appearance in a NorCal championship game. The Vanden Vikings from Fairfield, they cage the Windsor jaguars 56 28 as Vanden head coach Sean Murphy and his Vikings will now play for a state championship in Division three double A. Well that does it for the first half of this abbreviated playbook show. Coming up after a quick commercial break, I’ve got Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors and the san Jose sharks, but I’ve got more highlights and results from the Division six double A. Nor cal championship game between the organized mustang from Jackson and Saint paul and Saint Vincent DePaul from Petaluma. Welcome back to the abbreviated high school playbook show. I’m gil Rogers of the nine teams in our viewing area. Six play tonight for a new york, I’ll title while the other three will battle tomorrow night. The Argonaut, Mustangs from Jackson went in search of their first ever NorCal championship hosting ST Vincent paul Mustangs. So in Jackson tonight it was a battle of Mustangs with the winner heading to the state championship In Division six double A ST Vincent de paul tested the Argonaut defense. Early check out the moving speed by Dante Antonini as the D. A dash is 60 yards into the land of quick six. Giving ST Vincent DePaul the early 16th elite. They missed the extra point kick butt Argonaut would answer the bell bo Davis runs the quarterback keeper to perfection. They convert the extra point and Argonaut leads 7 to 6 in the first quarter. Later in the quarter, the Argonaut Mustangs would do more damage. It’s bo Davis again, but this time the Argonauts quarterback goes 30 yards up the middle, helping organize Lead 21-6 At halftime, they would go on to dominate the second half, to beat ST Vincent 42-12 and now the Argonaut Mustangs will play for a state championship. I mean we were excited last saturday to get our second section title and um to be able to play at home, we didn’t know we were gonna play this game at home and when that happened were excited and you know, a team like ST Vincent’s coming in here, we know what they’re about, you know, section champion 11 and one, so To hit 42 on them like that and dominate that game. I cannot be more proud of my guys, my coaches, this is uh honestly dream come true, this is something I’ve been dreaming about ever since peewee football. I played with this guy since we were like since we can play football seven years old, he’s my QB, I was was running back and we just got the job done. This is a dream come true, I can’t think straight, this is just such an amazing feat, you know, I just keep focusing on the thing, that’s just another football game and I’m a senior and I’m happy that I just keep playing. That’s great success for that community up in Jackson, you know, head coach, Rick rick Davis and his argument mustangs, they play tough knows football well tomorrow night the le Grand Bulldogs, the must travel 361 miles to McArthur California to play for Division seven double A northern California high school football championship. That’s a six hour bus ride to battle the fall River bulldog kick off his six o’clock tomorrow night as the grand will play for their first ever nor cal football championship. Now to Division two double A the Manteca Buffalo’s, they’ll travel to santa Clara to play in that school’s first ever north cal football championship. Manteca plays tomorrow night in santa Clara at the Wilcox Chargers kickoff is six o’clock. Manteca will bring an overall record of 10 and three and two tomorrow night’s contest against the nine and four chargers and rounding out the nine teams in our viewing area who will play for a nor cal championship is the Chico panthers. He’ll face the sacred heart Cathedral fighting irish tomorrow night at six o’clock. This division for single A game will take place at Keyes. Our stadium in san Francisco
♪ >> THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL. KCRA 3’S “HIGH SCHOOL PLAYBOOK” STARTS NOW. DEL: WELCOME BACK. I AM DEL RODGE.RS 9 HIGH SCHOOLS IN OUR VIEWING AREA HAVE EAEDRN THE RIGHT TO PLAY FOR A NORTHERN CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTLLBA CHAMPIONSHIP, WITH THE WINNERS PLAYING FOR A STATE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TITLE. WE BEGIN IN DIVISION-5, DOUBLE-A, WHERE THE SUTTER HUSKIES TOOK ON THE SAN MARIN MUSTANGS. KCRA 3’S MICHELLE DAPPER HAS LAL THE GREAT PLAYS AND THE OUTCOME. MICHELLE: THE OFFICIALS LOOKING THROUGH THE F,OG TRYING TO MAKE THE RIGHT CALLS AS SUTTER TAKES ON SANNA MARIN. SECOND QUARTER, THE MUSTANGS ARE UP AND ADD TO DELETE. THEY HAND O TFFO THE WORK COURSE, JUSTIN, TO GET THE SCORE. SAN MARINO, DRIVING A GET — SANNA MARIN DRIVING AGAIN. SUTTER NOW KNOCKING ON THE DOOR WITH NINE SECONDS LEFT IN THE HALF. TREVOR, LOOKING FOR SIMMONS IN THE END ZONE. THE INTERCEPTION IN THE END ZONE KEEPS THEM OFF THE SCOREBOARD. THE HUSKY START OFF STRONG IN THE THIRD, FACING FOURTH AND 10, THEY GET TRICKY. NICK FISHER, 33 YARD TOUCHDOWN THAT CUTS INTO THE LEAD, 21-7. THE FINAL MINUTE OF THE THIRD, FIGHTING MORE FOG. JOEY ROLLS RIGHT, FIRES TO ANDREW, THE 36 YARD SCORE. THE MUSTANGS PUT IT AWAY AS THEY COME UP WITH THE THIRD INTERCEPTION OF THE GAME, PICK SIX TO SEAL THE DEAL. SUTTER FINISHES AS A RUNRNE UP, 35-7 IS THE FINAL. >> SO PROUD OF THEM. THERE WERE NOT SUPPOSED TO MAKE IT HERE. WE WANTING OVERTIME LASTEEK. W WE SAW THE MATCHUP, WE LOOKED AT FILM. WE KNEW WE WOULD HAVE TO PLAY PERFECT TONIGHT TO GET A VICTORY. IT WAS — HECK OF A FOOTBALL TEAM, OUR PLAYERS.>> WE ARE FAMILY. WE TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER OUTSIDE OF FOOTBALL AND SPORT. >> IT IS BIGGER THAN THAT. OUR PROGRAM IS BIGGER THAN THAT. IT IS ABOUT LIFE AFTER FOOTBALL. THAT IS WHAT WE PREACH ALL THE TIME. ONE FOOTBALL GAME DOES NOT DEFINE A PERSON AND A SEASON. HAD A GREAT SEASON, A LOT TO BE THANKFUL FOR. MICHEL:LE SANNA MARIN NOW MOVES ON TO THE FIVE DOUBLE-A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMNEE XT WEEK. IN YUBA CITY, MICHELLE DAPPER. DEL: NOW TO THE DIVISION TWO DOUBLE-A NOR-CAL CHAMPIONSHIP GA.ME FROM MODESTO HAVE WON 4 NOR-CAL TITLE GAMES, ALONG WITH 4 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. TONIGHT, AT HOME IN MODESTO, THE RAIDERS TAKING ON THE BULLARD KNIGHTS FROM FRESNO FOR THE D2 DOUBLE-A NOR-CAL CHAMPIONSHIP. THE RAIDERS WASTED NO TIMEN I GETTING ON THE SCOREBOARD, AIDEN TAYLOR FINDS THE ZONE FROM 9-YARDS OUT TO GIVE CENTRAL CATHOLIC A 7-NOTHING FIRST QUARTELEADR THEN ON DEFENSE, THE RAIDERS PLAYED GREAT TAKE-AWAY-BALL. MARIO SAVALA III COMES UP WITH THE INTERCEPTION FOR CENTRAL CATHOLIC. NOW TO THE SECOND QUARTER, AND WITH CENTRAL CATHOLIC LEADING 21-NOTHING, AIDEN TAYLOR SHOWS OFF HIS LONG-RANGE QUICKNESS AND SPEED, AS TAYLOR TAKES IT 48-YARDS INTO THE ENDZONE. CENTRAL CATHOLIC WOULD DOMINATE, BEATING BULLARD 44-41, AND THE RAIDERS WILL NOW PLAY FOR A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. >> GREAT GAME. WE DO WHAT WE DO, WE RAN THE BALL, WE THROUGH ONLY WANTED. THE OFFSEEN OF LINE, AIDEN, JULIAN, ALL OF THEM PLAYED WELL. WHEN YOUET G THIS FAR, EVERYONE IS GOOD. >> GREAT GAME, GREAT PERFORMANCE FROM THE LINEMAN. IT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE, ESPECIALLY TO RUN ON THIS FIELD FOR MY LAST TIME. MEANS A LOT. A LOT OF EMOTIONS. LTFE GREAT TO COME OUT OF THIS WITH A WIN. >> GREAT GAME. HATSFF O TO THE OTHER TEAM, THEY PLAYED THERE BUT SOFT. HATS OFF TO ART RUNNING BACKS, THEY PLAY HARD. A GREAT FEELING. L:DE GREAT PROGRAM AT CENTRAL CATHOLIC. IN DIVISION 1, DOUBLE-A. THE FOLSOM BULLDOGS PLAYEDT A THE DE LA SALLE SPARTANS FROM CONCD.OR FOLSOM LOOKING TO AVENGE THEIR PREVIOUS MEETING THIS YEAR WITH THE SPARTANS, WHERE THE BUDOGSLL LOST BY 21-POINTS. AND TONIGHT IN CONCORD AT DE LA SALLE HIGH SCHOOL, AFTER FALLING BEHIND 14-NOTHING, FOLSOM MECA BACK. THENN ITHE SECOND HAL WF,ITH THE GAME TIED AT 21-ALL, WITH 2-MINUTES LEFT IN REGULATION TYLER TREMAIN SCORED FROM 2-YARDS OUT TO PUT THE BULLDSOG UP FOR GOOD, FOLSOM UPSET DE LA SALLE 28-27. NOW FOLSOM WILL PLAY FOR A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. IN DIVISION 4, DOUBLE-A THE ESCALON COUGARS HAVE PLAYED IN TWO NOR-CAL FINALS, WINNING THBO OF THEM, ALONG WITH TWO STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS BACK IN 2010 AND 2019. TONIGHT, THEY TOOK ON MANRI CAOLTHIC, LOOKING TO REMAIN PERFECT IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA TITLE GAMES. THIS DIVISION 4, DOUBLE-A CONTEST TOOK PLACE AT SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL. MARIN CATHOLIC SCORED TWO TOUCHDOWNS DURING THE SECOND QUARTER, WHILE ESCALON DIDN’T SCORE UNTIL THE 3RD QUARR,TE MARIN CATHOLIC WOULD HANG ON TO WIN, 21-14 ENDING THE ESCALON COUGARS SEASON. AND MAKING THEIR FIRST EVER APPEARANCE IN A NOR-CAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, THE VANDEN VIKINGS FROM FAIRFIELD CAGEDHE T WINDSOR JAGUARS 56-28. VANDEN HEAD COACH SEAN MURPHY AND HIS VIKINGS WILL NOW PLAY FOR A STATE CHAMPISHONIPN I DIVISION 3, DOUBLE.-A THAT DOES IT FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THIS ABBREVIATED PLAYBOOK SHOW. COMING UP AFTER A QUICK COMMERCIAL BREAK. I’VE GOT SACRAMENTO KINGS, GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS AND THE SAN JOSE SHARKS. PLUS, I’VE GOT THE HIGHLIGHTS AND RESULT FROM THE DIVISION 6, DOUBLE-A NOR-CAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, BETWEEN THE ARGONAUT MUSTANGS FROM JACKSON AND ST. VINCENT DE PAUL FROM PETALUMA. ♪ DEL: WELCOME BACK TO THE ABBREVIATED “HIGH SCHOOL PLAYBOOK SHOW.” I AM DEL RODGERS. OF THE 9-TEAMS IN OUR VIEWING AREA, 6 PLAYED TONIGHT FOR A NOR-CAL TITLE, WHILE THE OERTH THREE WILL BATTLE ON SATURDAY. TONIGHT, THE ARGONAUT MUSTANGS FROM JACKSON WENT IN SEARCH OF THEIR FIRST EVER NOR-CAL CHAMPIONSHIP, HOSTING THE ST. VINCENT DE PL AUMUSTANGS. SO IN JACKSON TONIGHT IT WAS A BATTLE OF MUSTANGS, WITH THE WINNER HEADING TO THE STATE CHAMPIONIP GSHAME IN DIVISION-6, DOUBLE-A. ST . VINCENT DE PAUL TESTED THE ARGONAUT DEFENSE EARLY, CHECK OUT THE MOVE AND SPEED BY DONTE ANTONINI, AS THE D.A. DASHES 60-YARDS INTO THE LAND OF QUICK-SIX, GIVING ST. VINCENDET PAUL THE EARLY 6-TO-NOTHING LEAD, THEY MISSED THEIR 2-POINT Y.TR BUT ARNAGOUT WOULD ANSWER THE BELL. BEAU DAVISUN RS THE QUARTERBACK KEEPER TO PERFECTION, THEY CONVERT THE EXTRA-POINT DAN ARGONAUT LEADS 7-6, IN THE FIRST QUARTER, LATER IN THE QUARTER THE ARGONAUT MUSTANGS WOULD DO MORE DAMAGE, ITS BEAU DAVIS AGAIN, BUT THIS TIME THE ARGONAUT QUARTERBACKOES G 30-YARDS UP THE MIDDLE, HELPING ARGONAUT LEAD 21-6 AT THE HALF. THEY WOULD GO ON TO BEAT ST. VINCENT 42-12 AND NOW ARGONAUT WILL PLAY FOR A STATE CHAMPIONSH.IP >> WE WERE EXCITED LAST SATURDAY TO GET OUR SECOND STATE TITLE. TO BE ABLE TO PLAY AT HOME, WE DID NOT KNOW WE ARE GOING TO PLAY AT HOME, WOULD NOT HAPPEN, WE WERE EXCITED. A TEAM LIKE ST. VINCENT COMING INTO HERE, WE KNOW WHAT THEY ARE ABOUT. SEIONCT CHAMPION, 11-1. TO GET 42 ON THEM AND DOMINATE THE GAME, I CANNOT BE MORE PROUD OF MY GUYS ARE MY COACHES. >> THIS IS A DREAM COME TRUE. SOMETHING I HAVE BEEN DREAMING ABOUT. I HAVE PLAYED WITH THESE GUYS SINCWEE WERE SEVEN YEARS OLD. HE WAS MY QB AND I WAS HIS RUNNING BACK, WE GOT THE JOB DONE. DREAM COME TRUE. >> I CANNOT THINK STRAIGHT. AN AMAZING FEAT. I AM A SENIOR, I AM HAPPY TO KEEP PLAYING. DEL: GREAT SUCCESS FOR THAT COMMUNITY. HEAD COACH RICK DAVIS AND HIS MUSTANGS, THEY PLAY TOUGH FOOTBALL. TOMORROW NIGHT, THE LE GRAND BULLDOGS MUST TRAVEL 361-MILES TO MCARTHUR CALIFORNIA TO PLAY FOR A DIVISION-7, DOUBLE-A NORTHERN CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. THAT’S A 6-HOUR BUS RIDE TO BATTLE THE FALL RIVER BULLDO.GS KICKOFF IS 6:00 SATURDAY NIGHT. LE GRAND WILL PLAY FOR THEIR FIRST EVER NOR-CAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. IN DIVISION 2, DOUBLE-A ETH MANTECA BUFFALOS WILL TRAVEL TO SANTA CLARA TO PLAY IN THAT SCHOOLS FIRST EVER NOR-CAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. MANTECA PLAYS TOMORROW NIGHT IN SANTA CLARA, AT THE WILCOX CHARGERS. KICKOFF IS SET FOR 6:00 P.M. MANTECA WILL BRING AN OVERALL RECORD OF 10-3 INTO TONIGHT’S CONTEST AGAINST THE 49- CHARGERS. AND ROUNDING OUT THE-T 9EAMS IN OUR VIEWING AREA WHO WILL PLAY FOR A NOR-CAL CHAMPIONSHIPIS, THE CHICO PANTHE.RS THEY’LL FACE THE SACRED HEART CATHEDRAL FIGHTIN’ I
High School Playbook for December 3, 2021: Highlights and scores
High school football teams across Northern California faced off Friday night. More High School Playbook coverage here.
High school football teams across Northern California faced off Friday night.
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