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High School Playbook for Nov. 1


ANNOUNCER: THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
OF FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER. KCRA 3 HIGH SCHOOL PLAYBOOK
STARTS NOW! DEL: WELCOME TO KCRA 3’S HIGH
SCHOOL PLAYBOOK SHOW. I AM DEL RODGERS. IT’S THE FINAL FRIDAY NIGHT OF
THE REGULAR SEASON. THERE WERE 69 GAMES PLAYED
TONIGHT ALL ACROSS THE SAC
JOAQUIN SECTION, AS SOME TEAMS
HAD TO WIN IN ORDER TO REACH THE
POSTSEASON. WE BEGIN WITH THE DEL ORO GOLDEN
EAGLES AT THE FOLSOM BULLDOGS. THE GOLDEN EAGLES OFFENSE CAME
OUT FLYING HIGH. ON THEIR FIRST POSSESSION, RYAN
LEWIS CALLS HIS OWN NUMBER FROM
8 YARDS OUT. TOUCHDOWN GOLDEN EAGLES, BUT THE
BULLDOGS HAD MORE BITE TONIGHT. JAKE REITHMEIER FINDS CJ HUTTON
ON THE OLD OUT AND UP AND HUTTON
DOES THE REST, TAKING IT 76
YARDS TO THE HOUSE. FOLSOM GROUNDS THE DEL ORO
GOLDEN EAGLES BY A FINAL SCORE
OF 62-21. IN RIPON, MODESTO CHRISTIAN AND
RIPON DOING BATTLE AT RIPON HIGH
SCHOOL. AND IT WAS RIPON ALL NIGHT LONG. NICO ILARDI FINDS BRANDON RAINER
AND THAT’S A 43-YARD TOUCHDOWN
FOR RIPON. THEN ON DEFENSE, DORIAN
DOUGHERTY COMES UP WITH THE OLE
PICK SIX AFTER THE FRIENDLY TIP. RIPON WHAT STICK ANOTHER ONE
INTO THE END ZONE. THEY MASH MODESTO CHRISTIAN 48-0
THE CENTRAL CATHOLIC RAIDERS
NEEDED TO WIN AT HOME TO WIN THE
VALLEY OAK LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
BUT THE MUSTANGS DID NOT PLAY
ALONG. THEY HOPED TO PULL OFF ON UPSET
AND THE GAME STAYED CLOSE ALL
NIGHT LONG. CENTRAL CATHOLIC USED THEIR
RUNNING GAME TO STAY IN THE
HUNT. MINAYA OLIVO SCORES FOR THE
RAIDERS, BUT OAKDALE BROUGHT
THEIR A-GAME TO THIS SHOOT-OUT
TONIGHT. JACKSON HOLT WITH THE KEEPER FOR
A MUSTANGS TOUCHDOWN. LATER IN THE GAME, ZEKE SAFFAR
GETS LOOSE. CHEK HIM OUT. ZEKE GOES IT 65 YARDS FOR
OAKDALE AS THE MUSTANGS UPSET
CENTRAL CATHOLIC 42-39. ALSO TONIGHT, THE LAGUNA CREEK
CARDINALS HOSTED THE RIVER CITY
RAIDERS. MICHELLE DAPPER HAS THAT
OUTCOME. ♪
>>IT IS A ROCKING FOR A METRO
LEAGUE BATTLE, LAGUNA CREEK
TAKING ON RIVER CITY. CARDINALS TRAILED AT THE HALF
BUT RUMBLED BACK IN A BIG WAY. BROWN WITH THE FIVE YARD
SCAMPER INTO THE END ZONE. DUNCAN FOLLOWS THE CROWD AND IN
FOR THE NINE YARD TOUCHDOWN. RAIDERS RETAKE THE LEAD 35-31. WITH JUST OVER THREE MINUTES TO
PLAY, DAVID WOO GOESD RIGHT,
FINDS A WHOLE, OUT RACES
EVERYONE. A TRACK MEET TO THE END ZONE FOR
THE PUNT RETURN. LAGUNA RALLIES BY RIVER CITY.>>I CAUGHT THE BALL AND ALL I
SEEN WAS A LITTLE SEEM. I SAW EYEHOLE ENDED TICKET. I WAS GONE — I SIGH HOLT — I
SAW A HOLE AND I TOOK IT.>>THE CARDINALS AWAIT THEIR
PLAYOFF FATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON
WHEN THE BRACKETS ARE RELEASED. KCRA 3 MICHELLE DAPPER, NEWS.>>THE WHITNEY WILDCATS MADE THE
SHORT TRIP TO GRANT HIGH SCHOOL
TO FACE THE GRANT PACERS, AND
THE WILDCATS SCORED FIRST. . ELI BRICKHANDLER WITH THE SCREEN
PASS TO DOM SPENCE, AND 35-YARDS
LATER ITS WHITNEY ON TOP
7-0. LATER IN THE GAME WITH WHITNEY
DRIVING AND LOOKING TO SCORE,
BUT THE GRANT DEFENSE COMES UP
BIG. DAMON NUNN AND DASHAWN MOORE
FORCE THE FUMBLE AND SHAWN
POWELL COMES AWAY WITH T
FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR THE PACERS. LATER IN THE FIRST HALF, DOM
SPENCE SCORES HIS SECOND
WHITNEY WINS AT THE GRANT
TOUCHDOWN OF THE GAME. WHITNEY WINS AT THE GRANT
PACERS, FINAL SCORE 42-TO-7,
.
FOR OUR FIRST SET OF SCORES
LET’S BRING IN, OUR HIGH SCHOOL
PLAYBOOK BAND OF THE WEEK, THE 160 MEMBER LAGUNA CREEK HIGH
SCHOOL MARCHING BAND AND GUARD,
FROM LAGUNA CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
.
THEIR BAND DIRECTOR IS JEFF EDOM
. HE HIT IT — HIT IT! ♪ DEL: TO KEEP OUR PROMISE OF
BRINGING YOU EVERY ASPECT OF
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL, IT’S TIME
TO INTRODUCE YOU TO OUR
CHEERLEADERS OF THE WEEK. IT’S THE 22-MEMBER VARSITY
CHEERLEADERS FROM CENTER HIGH
SCHOOL IN ANTELOPE
THE 22-MEMBER STRONG CENTER
COUGARS VARSITY CHEER TEAM LOVE
TO MAKE THEIR FANS IN THEIR STANDS STAND UP AND CHEER EVERY
GAME. THAT DOES IT FOR THE FIRST HAL
F OF THE PLAYBOOK SHOW. COMING UP AFTER A QUICK
COMMERCIAL, I’VE GOT OUR FAN OF
THE WEEK, OUR GREAT CLIPS CATCH
OF THE WEEK. FOR NOW IT’S TIME TO MEET OUR,
HIGH SCHOOL PLAYBOOK GAME
OFFICIALS OF THE WEEK. THE 5-PERSON VARSITY CREW, THE
CREW CHIEF IN THE WHITE CAP, IS
JOHN WALLACE, MR. WALLACE. HE’S BEEN REFERRING HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL GAMES FOR 44-YEARS, AND
HAS SPENT 20-YEARS IN THE UNITED
STATES AIR FORCE. ANNOUNCER: NOW, KCRA THREE
SPORTS POWERED BY TOYOTA.  
 
 
 
>>THE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FAN
OF THE WEEK. [CHEERING]

DEL: OK, OK, ALL RIGHT, I
FOUND HIM. YOU ARE THE HIGH SCHOOL PLAYBOOK
FAN OF THE WEEK.>>THAT’S RIGHT! 1988 COUGAR IN THE HOUSE! WOO! DEL: WELCOME BACK TO THE SECOND
HALF OF THE PLAYBOOK SHOW. I’M DEL RODGERS. YOUR VOTES SENT ME TO ANTELOPE,
WHERE COLFAX AND CENTER PLAYED
FOR THE PIONEER VALLEY LEAGUE
CHAMPIONSHIP, AS BOTH WERE 4-0
IN LEAGUE PLAY, THOUGH CENTER
DID COME IN WITH AN UNDEFEATED OVERALL RECORD. [CHEERING]
IN THE STANDS, IT WAS PINK OUT
AS CENTER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
BROUGHT AWARENESS TO FINDING A
CURE FOR CANCER. THE WINNER EARNING THE PIONEER
VALLEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. ON THEIR SECOND PLAY OF THE
GAME, THE COUGARS STRIKE. WORTHAM LAYS UP A PERFECT
TOUCHDOWN PASS UNDERSCORING
PLATE PUT CENTER UP —
COUGARS WOULD DO MORE DAMAGE,
THIS TIME USING THEIR GROUND AND
POUNDED TECH. YOUNG — ATTACK. YOUNG FINDS THE ZONE. MICHAEL WORTHAM WITH A QUICK
SCREEN PASS TO HARRIS. THE COUGARS A SCORE ON THEIR
FIRST THREE POSSESSIONS. FOR THE COLFAX FALCONS, THEY
STRUGGLED ON OFFENSE AND PICKED
OFF THREE TIMES DURING THE FIRST
QUARTER ALONE. ORION BRYANT WITH THE SWEET
INTERCEPTION FOR CENTER. TIME FOR A HALFTIME UPDATE. KATIE CALHOUN — KADAEN
CALHOUN IS A BALL BOY.>>BY THE END OF THE GAME, WE
ARE GOING TO BE STILL WINNING.>>IN THE SECOND HALF, THE
CENTER COUGARS CONTINUED
PITCHING A SHUTOUT. RICHARDSON COMES UP WITH THE
HUGE STOP FOR CENTER. LATER IN THE GAME, A HOST OF
COUGARS MAKE THE STOP THIS TIME. CENTER CLUBBERS COLFAX TO WIN
THE PIONEER VALLEY TITLE. FINAL SCORE, 50-0.>>PRACTICED ALL WEEK. COMING OUT FAST, HARD, STRONG. WE ARE READY FOR THE THIRD
SEASON.>>FEELS GOOD. I AM VERY PROUD OF THESE GUYS. I’M HAPPY FOR THESE GUYS. THIS IS A GREAT GROUP OF YOUNG
MEN THAT HAVE WORKED HARD ALL
SUMMER. THEY DESERVE THIS.>>CONGRATULATIONS. ALSO, EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT WE WILL
FEATURE THREE #HSPLAYBOOK
PICTURES SENT IN BY YOU. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TAKE A
PICTURE OF EXCITING FOOTBALL
FANS AND SEND IT TO #HSPLAYBOOK,
AND THEN WATCH THE PLAYBOOK SHOW
TO SEE IF YOUR PIC MAKES THE
CUT. IT TAKES PLACE EVERY FRIDAY
NIGHT DURING OUR KCRA 3 HIGH
SCHOOL PLAYBOOK SHOW. IN THE WESTERN ATHLETIC
CONFERENCE, BEYER AND JOHANSEN
CAME IT WITH 5-1 RECORDS, BUT
ONLY A SHARE OF THE TITLE WAS ON
THE LINE, AS LOS BANOS BEGAN
THEIR NIGHT WITH A 5-1 LEAGUE RECORD. AFTER TAKING CONTROL OF THE
GAME, BUYER KEPT GIVING THE BALL
TO ANTHONY BAKER. HE KEPT THE CHAINS MOVING IN THE
RIGHT DIRECTION. BEYER HELD OFF JOHANSEN 24-14. DURING OUR KCRA 3 HIGH SCHOOL
PLAYBOOK SHOW, WE WILL SHOWCASE
GAMES SHOT FROM LIVECOPTER 3 AND
FOR OUR FIRST SET OF DIGNITY
HEALTH SKYLIGHTS, LET’S HEAD TO
ELK GROVE, WHERE THE LIONS PLAYED AT THE MONTEREY TRAIL
MUSTANGS, WHERE A VICTORY BY THE
METRO LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. THE MUSTANGS SCORED DURING THE
FIRST QUARTER ON THIS 75 YARD
RUSHING TOUCHDOWN BY BROWN, WHO
TURNED IN ONE OF THE BEST
TOUCHDOWN RUNS OF THE, AS
MONTEREY TRAIL LED 41-0 AT HALFTIME. THE MUSTANG PITCHED ANOTHER
SHUTOUT ON DEFENSE BY KEEPING
MCCLATCHY OUT OF THE END ZONE. MONTEREY TRAIL WINS THE TITLE,
DEFEATING MCCLATCHY 57-0. THE ST. MARY’S RAMS MET THE
LINCOLN TROJANS IN A TRI-CITY
LEAGUE SHOWDOWN.>>A PACKED STADIUM THAT IS
FILLED WITH ANTICIPATION. THE UNDEFEATED LINCOLN TROJANS
WELCOME THEIR RIVAL AND
PERENNIAL POWERHOUSE, THE ST. MARY’S RAMS. THIS SLUGFEST DID NOT DISAPPOINT
OUT ALL. LINCOLN USES A PUNISHING GROUND
GAME RIGHT OFF THE BAT PHENOM
QUARTERBACK NELSON CANNOT FIND
ANYONE OPEN SO TAKES OFF FOR THE
LARGE GAIN OF THE MIDDLE. THE HANDOFF TO FRISCO, WHO WILL
COME AROUND THE LEFT SIDE,
STOPPING JUST SHORT OF THE
GOING. COLEMAN WILL DO THE SHORT WORK
OF SMASHING INTO THE END ZONE. LINCOLN TAKES THE EARLY LEAD. ST. MARY’S IS EXPLOSIVE. QUARTERBACK MAY WILL FIND A WIDE
OPEN RECEIVER FOR THIS COURT. LINCOLN ANSWERS BACK. OUT OF THE PACKET COMES A JONAH
COLEMAN, WHO DASHES FOR 65
YARDS. THE TROJANS ARE HANGING TOUGH. SAINT MARY’S IT GOES TO THE AIR
AGAIN. BECAUSE IN THE PAST FOR THE BIG
TIME — HAULS IN THE PASS FOR
THE BIG TIME SCORE. SAINT MARY’S WINS THE TRI-CITY
ATHLETIC LEAGUE CROWN. RAMS 27, LINCOLN TROJANS 14.>>HARD-FOUGHT BATTLE, 2 REALLY
GOOD FOOTBALL TEAMS GOING AT IT. REALLY PROUD OF OUR DEFENSE
TONIGHT. WE WON. I HAVE NO WORDS FOR IT. WE HAD UPS AND DOWNS.>>THIS IS HUGE GOING INTO THE
PLAYOFFS. IT GIVES US A HUGE MOMENTUM
BOOST, CONFIDENCE.>>FOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAYBOOK, I
AM WILL HEREFORD.>>TIME TO SHOW OFF OUR GREAT
CLIPS CATCH OF THE WEEK. OUR GREAT CLIPS CATCH OF THE
WEEK WAS TURNED IN BY BRANDON
FERNANDES. FERNANDES OF THE CENTER COUGARS
COMES UP WITH THE TIP BALL,
NUMBER 80, TAKES IT ALL THE WAY
BACK FOR A TOUCHDOWN. AS BRANDON FERNANDES OF THE
CENTER COUGARS TURNS IN OUR
GREAT CLIPS CATCH OF THE WEEK. THAT’S IT FOR THE FINAL FRIDAY
OF THE REGULAR SEASON. WILL SEE YOU BACK HERE FOR THE
FIRST WEEK OF THE PLAYOFFS. ♪

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