A 20-14 win over De La Salle of Concord in matchup between two of nation’s top five-ranked teams halts the Spartans at 40 straight wins and four straight bowl titles. Just how good is this Braves’ squad?
De La Salle does its part to set up monster CIF Open Division state final by throttling Folsom. Enterprise of Redding and Sacred Heart Prep of Atherton also post triumphs.
Now that we’ve seen both Northern California powerhouses in person with an eye on what might happen when the two play in the CIF Northern California Open Division bowl game, here’s how the two compare:
RELATED: Week 4 State Top 25 Scoreboard Del Oro was excited to head to Concord to take on state No. 1 De La Salle, but that excitement on the way to Concord turned into a long ride home as the Spartans rushed for over 400 yards and picked up the 41-3 victory.
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Teams on the rise include James Logan, Terra Nova and this week’s only newcomer, Miramonte. The top five remain De La Salle, Bellarmine, Palo Alto, Serra and El Cerrito.
Injury may sideline Spartans star in ESPNU match-up Friday with St. Mary’s of Stockton It hasn’t been made official, but it looks like Arizona State-committed De La Salle (Concord) star running back Dasmond Tautalatasi may not suit up up for the ESPNU nationally-televised game in Stockton on Friday night against St. Mary’s. Tautalatasi, a preseason […]