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PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Colfax rallies past Center, Folsom tops Rocklin

The Colfax Falcons kept their playoff hopes alive Friday by rallying from a 28-14 deficit to beat Pioneer Valley League foe Center, 42-35.

With the game knotted at 35-35, Colfax’s senior running back Lukas Rineer scored from a yard out to put the Falcons up 42-35 with 23 seconds left in the game.

Colfax’s Jakob Norad thwarted Center’s last gasp effort to tie the game with a sack.



The Falcons also got strong play from junior quarterback Austin Weir who had 221 yards passing and touchdown tosses to Matthew Harshman and Nick Van Doorn.

Next up for Colfax (3-5, 1-2 PVL) is a home game against Foothill (2-6, 1-2 PVL) Friday. Center (4-4, 0-3 PVL) will look to earn its first league win of the season Friday when it hosts Bear River (7-1, 2-1 PVL).




Foothill 69, Lincoln 62

The Mustangs earned their first PVL win of the season Friday, topping the Zebras in a high-scoring affair in Lincoln.

Foothill was held to just seven points a week ago in a loss to Bear River, but had no trouble scoring on Lincoln, who came into the game allowing 34.6 points per game this season.

Foothill (2-6, 1-2 PVL) will now travel to Colfax Friday, and Lincoln (5-3, 2-1 PVL) heads to Placer.

Sierra Foothill League

Folsom 28, Rocklin 14

In a high school version of Thursday Night Football, Folsom and Rocklin kicked prep action off a day early last week.

The Thunder played the Bulldogs tough early and even held the halftime lead, 14-13, but 15 unanswered points in the second half gave Folsom the victory.

Folsom was led by senior quarterback Jake Jeffrey with 158 yards passing, 114 yards rushing and four total touchdowns (two passing, two rushing).

Rocklin was spurred on by SFL rushing leader Evyn Holtz with 123 yards and two rushing touchdowns.

The reigning SFL and Division I state champion Bulldogs (8-0, 4-0 SFL) will now face Oak Ridge (8-1, 5-0 SFL) in a battle for the league title Friday. Next up for Rocklin (5-3, 2-2 SFL) is a home match with Granite Bay.

De La Salle 41, Del Oro 3

De Las Salle took it to Del Oro Friday, winning by 38 points to improve to 2-0 against SFL teams this season. De La Salle also beat Granite Bay, 37-0, earlier in the year.

The Trojan defense stood tall and held the Golden Eagles to just 75 yards on the ground and 137 through the air.

Offensively De La Salle (7-1) ran for 354 yards and five ground touchdowns to go with 118 passing yards and one throwing score.

Del Oro (2-6, 1-3 SFL) heads to Woodcreek (5-3, 1-3 SFL) on Friday.

Granite Bay 28, Woodcreek 21

The Grizzlies rallied from a 14-7 halftime deficit to topple the Timberwolves, 28-21, in SFL play Friday.

The win improves Granite Bay to 5-3 overall and 2-2 in league play. The Grizzlies will now face fellow league middle-of-the-packer Rocklin.

Around the section

Folsom 28, Rocklin 14

Oak Ridge 38, Nevada Union 7

Granite Bay 28, Woodcreek 21

De La Salle 41, Del Oro 3

Placer 26, Bear River 14

Colfax 42, Center 35

Foothill 69, Lincoln 62

Elk Grove 31, Monterey Trail 20

Antelope 27, Del Campo 20

Jesuit 27, Franklin 20

Whitney 24, Roseville 14

Cosumnes Oaks 70, Bella Vista 8

River Valley 31, Yuba City 29

Christian Bros. 27, El Camino 7

Cap. Christian 55, Natomas 6

Pleasant Grove 34, Davis 29

Kennedy 28, Laguna Creek 6

Rosemont 50, Galt 22

Pioneer 20, Rio Linda 16

Woodland 27, River City 14

Vista del Lago 56, Rio Americano 0

Liberty Ranch 35, Union Mine 21


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