SJC High School Football Round-up

Big wins by every one of the city's teams except San Juan Hills High.

San Juan Hills

San Juan Hills High’s football team finished its season out with an away loss to Dana Hills, 28-14.

Stallions scored first and put up the only numbers in the first quarter, but the Dolphins took over before the half, leading 14-7. The team did not get its legs back until the fourth, but by then, it was too late, according to a live blog posted by The Capistrano Dispatch.

The win gives Dana (3-1 in league, 4-6 overall) its first league win, even if it has to share it with Laguna Hills.

While the Stallions’ season started spectacularly with an unprecedented 6-0 streak, the Stallions lost their last two games, finishing the season 1-3 in the Sea View League, 7-3 overall. Last year, they goose-egged in the win column, so this season was a big improvement.

JSerra Catholic

After four tough defeats, JSerra put another one in the win column in an upset against Orange Lutheran Friday, 41-6.

The Lancers put up their only touchdown in the third quarter and were completely dominated by the Lions the whole game, according to Max Preps.

JSerra ends its season 1-4 in the Trinity League, 6-4 overall.

Junior running back Casey Eugenio was the star of the game, running for three touchdowns. That puts him at 14 for the season, according to Max Preps.

In Other Local Action

Via Max Preps ...

St. Margaret’s Episcopal easily handled Sage Hill, 44-0, to end its season flawless in the Academy League, 4-0, 9-1 overall.

Capistrano Valley Christian played a league battle Thursday against Southlands Christian and totally dominated, 55-14. The Eagles ended their season 4-1 in San Joaquin League action, 8-2 overall.

Also in the San Joaquin League, Saddleback Valley Christian closed its season out with a 54-37 win over Fairmont Prep. That brings the Warriors to 5-0 in league, 6-4 overall.


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