Quick Hits: Bay Area High School Football 12/1

Members of the De La Salle High football team celebrate after winning their North Coast Section Division I championship football game against James Logan High in Dublin, Calif., on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. (Doug Duran/Staff)

High School football games from around the Bay Area on Saturday:

De La Salle Wins NCS Title

De La Salle won its 21st consecutive North Coast Section title on Saturday night in a blowout over James Logan by the score of 52-7.

Chris Williams threw four touchdown passes and their defense forced four interceptions as the Spartans annihilated Logan in every facet of the game.

“I can definitely say this was our best game of the year,” De La Salle coach Bob Ladouceur said. “At this time of the year, you need to be balanced and we were today. Our play-action really helped our passing game.”

Other Scores (courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle)

Marin Catholic-Kentfield 31, El Cerrito 28: Despite bad weather, the Wildcats claimed the NCS Division III title thanks to a field goal by Chris Hill with 13.2 seconds remaining.

St. Francis 17, Los Gatos 0: The Lancers shutout Los Gatos to win the CCS Division II title behind a dominating defensive performance.

“It’s kind of surreal,” St. Francis coach Nick Navarro said. “It’s awesome for our school. It’s awesome for our kids.”

Valley Christian 51, Aptos 20: Jay MacIntyre (son of SJSU coach Mike MacIntyre) did it all for the Warriors, throwing three touchdown passes, returning a fumble for a touchdown, and intercepting a pass as Valley Christian won the CCS Division III championship.
    

Topics: De La Salle, High School Football, Mari Catholic-Kentfield, St. Francis, Valley Christian

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  • http://www.musketfire.com/ Joe Soriano

    Go Wildcats!

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