In a matchup of Sierra Foothill League heavyweights, Folsom flexed its football muscles and shutout Del Oro, 31-0.

After taking a 10-0 lead into halftime, Folsom (6-0, 2-0 SFL) scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to pull way from Del Oro.

Folsom’s senior quarterback Jake Jeffrey led the way, completing 14-of-15 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. He also tallied 90 yards rushing and caught a pass for 20 yards.

Senior Running back Tre Green added two rushing touchdowns.

Del Oro (2-3, 1-1 SFL) couldn’t get much going against Folsom, totaling just 157 total yards from scrimmage.

Oak Ridge 38, Rocklin 22

Oak Ridge’s duel threat quarterback Ian Book threw one touchdown and ran for three others to push the Trojans past Rocklin.

Book tallied 212 yards through the air, and ate up another 84 on the ground as Oak Ridge improved to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in SFL play.

Rocklin’s senior quarterback William Floyd threw for 287 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in the loss.

De La Salle 37, Granite Bay 0

Granite Bay stepped out of SFL play for the week to host one of the nation’s best teams.

The Grizzlies (3-2, 0-1 SFL) stuck with De La Salle in the first half, trailing only 16-0 at half, but 21 straight points in the third put the game away.

De La Salle was just too strong on the ground with 352 rushing yards and a 10.1 yard per carry average as a team. Antoine Custer (143 yards, touchdown) and Andrew Hernandez (131 yards, touchdown) led the De La Salle charge.

Pioneer Valley League

El Dorado 56, Foothill 34

The El Dorado Cougars pounced on Foothill Friday, scoring seven rushing touchdowns on their way to victory.

The Cougars tallied 294 yards passing to go with 248 yards rushing as it handed Foothill its fourth loss in five games.

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