Millennium beaten by Immanuel

Millennium High senior Gio Rangel Andrino looks for running room against the Immanuel High defense Friday night at Wayne Schneider Stadium.

Immanuel 48, Millennium 7

The Immanuel Eagles of Reedley scored four first-quarter touchdowns and held a 34-0 lead before the Millennium Falcons got on the scoreboard Friday at Tracy High’s Wayne Schneider Stadium.

Millennium junior quarterback Caden Duke totaled 81 yards passing on 10 of 25 attempts, including his touchdown pass in the second quarter to sophomore Thomas Rhead, who made a one-handed grab in the end zone. Junior Reece Murphy made the point-after kick. Rhead had three receptions for a total of 40 yards, and the Falcons totaled 22 yards rushing.

The Eagles (7-2) held a 41-7 lead at the half and scored again in the third quarter.

Millennium (3-6, 1-2 Central California Athletic Alliance) needs to win its last game this week if the Falcons are to be considered for the playoffs.


Tracy 48, Lodi 35

The Tracy High Bulldogs and Lodi Flames traded touchdowns in their Tri-City Athletic League matchup Friday at the Grape Bowl in Lodi.

The Bulldogs scored late in the third quarter and again in the fourth to pull ahead at the end for the 48-35 win.

Lodi (5-4, 1-3 TCAL) scored first on Friday, and Tracy (3-6, 2-2 TCAL) took the lead with two touchdowns. Senior Trevor Pope scored a 73-yard touchdown on a pass from senior quarterback Logan Fife, and Fife also scored on a 2-yard run and put Tracy in the lead, 12-7, at the end of the first quarter.

The teams scored five touchdowns in the second quarter, starting with a 26-yard touchdown pass for Lodi. Pope scored on a 50-yard pass from Fife, and Lodi answered with an 87-yard touchdown run. Tracy pulled ahead again on senior Riley Revino’s 1-yard run, and Lodi scored on a 21-yard run to go into halftime up 28-26. The difference was in point-after conversions: The Flames made all their kicks, but the Bulldogs missed their kicks and just had one 2-point conversion run by Revino.

Tracy pulled ahead in the third quarter when junior Chase Henderson scored on a 3-yard run and on the following 2-point conversion. Lodi scored on a 38-yard touchdown pass to take a 35-34 lead, but those were the last points the Flames put up.

Fife completed a 13-yard touchdown pass to junior Jake Shrout in the third quarter, with Henderson running in the 2-point conversion, and Henderson scored on a 3-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Fife totaled 273 yards passing on 10 of 15 attempts, including four passes to Pope for 177 yards. The Bulldogs ran the ball for 149 yards, including 82 yards on Revino’s nine carries and 38 yards on Henderson’s 11 carries. Lodi totaled 286 yards rushing and 123 yards passing.

Tracy High’s junior varsity team (3-6, 1-3 TCAL) fell to Lodi 33-15, and Lodi’s freshmen beat Tracy (2-7, 1-3 TCAL) on Thursday, 35-21.


Mountain House 50, Ceres 35

The Mustangs scored three first-quarter touchdowns and held the lead throughout their game at Ceres High on Friday, winning 50-35.

Mountain House (1-8, 1-5 Western Athletic Conference) opened with senior Elijah McLaurin’s 73-yard kickoff return for the first touchdown of the night.

The Mustangs scored again on senior quarterback Timothy Cantu’s 64-yard touchdown pass to junior Brijon Leslie-Fitzpatrick.

Ceres (0-9, 0-6 WAC) scored on a 5-yard run, and the Mustangs came back with a 12-yard touchdown pass from Cantu to Leslie-Fitzpatrick to hold a 20-7 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Ceres scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter and Mountain House scored on Cantu’s 28-yard run. Ceres got within five points with an interception and return, cutting the Mustangs’ lead to 26-21 at the half.

Mountain House dominated the third quarter, starting with a 36-yard field goal kicked by junior Isaiah Apostal. Leslie-Fitzpatrick scored a touchdown on an 18-yard run, senior Avery Brooks scored on an interception and 30-yard return, and Leslie-Fitzpatrick scored again on a 23-yard run. Apostal made the kick, his fifth in five attempts on Friday.

Ceres scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns: one on a 15-yard pass and the other on an 80-yard pass.

The Mustangs totaled 382 yards of offense on Friday, including 104 yards on 4 of 7 passes for Cantu. Their 278 rushing yards included 112 yards on Cantu’s nine runs, 78 yards on Leslie-Fitzpatrick’s six carries and 74 yards on Brooks’ 16 carries.

The Mountain House junior varsity team shut out Ceres 57-0.


Central Catholic 71, Kimball 31

The Kimball Jaguars lost their final regular-season game 71-31 to Valley Oak League leader Central Catholic on Friday in Modesto, putting the Jaguars at 5-5 overall, 2-4 in the VOL.

Central Catholic (5-4, 5-0 VOL) held a 20-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Kimball scored three touchdowns in the second quarter, but the Central Catholic Raiders still held a 34-19 lead at the half and continued to outscore the Jaguars through the second half.

The Raiders totaled 535 yards of offense: 370 yards rushing and 165 yards passing.

Kimball sophomore quarterback Nicholas Coronado completed 23 of 32 passes for 321 yards, including two touchdown passes to senior Kaleo Ballungay, who had four receptions for 95 yards; one to senior Darren Jackson, who totaled 97 yards on nine catches; and one to junior Osaze Ozawe who had three catches for 78 yards.

The Jaguars also totaled 78 yards rushing, with senior Louie Pacheco running the ball 11 times for 50 yards, including a touchdown run.

Central Catholic won the junior varsity game 57-0.


Lincoln 77, West 7

The undefeated Lincoln Trojans defeated the West Wolf Pack 77-7 on Friday at Lincoln High in Stockton.

Lincoln is 9-0 overall and 4-0 in the TCAL, tied with first with St. Mary’s High of Stockton. West’s record is 1-8, 0-4 in the TCAL.

Lincoln won the junior varsity game 42-0. West’s JV team is now 1-8 overall, 1-3 TCAL.


Stone Ridge Christian 35, Delta Charter 0

Delta Charter is 1-7, 0-2 CCAA

The Delta Charter Dragons (1-8, 0-3 CCAA) hosted Stone Ridge Christian High on Saturday, finishing with a 35-0 loss.

Stone Ridge Christian (5-4, 2-1 CCAA) held a 28-0 lead at the half and scored again in the fourth quarter.

Contact Bob Brownne at brownne@tracypress.com or 830-4227.

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