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Temecula HS Gridiron Summary For Week Ending Sept. 28

All four Temecula high schools suffered defeat on the varsity football field. Three of the games were oh-so-close!

The Pumas ready for the snap against Tesoro, Sept. 27, 2013.
The Pumas ready for the snap against Tesoro, Sept. 27, 2013.

Varsity football games summaries:


Chaparral 21 Tesoro 24

Box Score:

Chaparral      0   0   7  14   0     21

Tesoro         0  14   0   7   3     24

Statistical game highlights were not available at maxpreps.com at time of publication.

Record:  2-2

Next up:  An away game this Friday at El Rancho High School against the Santa Fe Chiefs who are 3-1.


Temecula Valley 34  Paloma Valley 49

Box Score:

Temecula Valley      0  12  14   8   34

Paloma Valley       14  14   7  14   49

Temecula Valley Bear highlights:

  • Senior quarterback Kyle Plantier was 19 of 44 on pass completions for 253 yards, four TDs and one interception.
  • Junior receiver Griffin Doran pulled down six of those passes for 83 yards.
  • Junior receiver Kumar Kilambi only had three receptions, but two of those were for touchdowns.
  • On defense, junior Manny Burgess had a career-like night with 20 tackles—13 of which were solo.  Last week, Burgess had 19 tackles with 11 solos.
  • Seniors Nathan Chupp and Bailey Gallagher each had nine tackles on the night.
  • Gallagher and senior Dominique Mitchell intercepted the Paloma Valley QB Brent Boehm once each for 42 and 16 yards respectively.
  • Chupp booted four punts for a 53.25-yard average.  His longest was for a highlight-reel effort of 73 yards.

Record:  2-2

Next up:  An away game this Friday at Tahquitz.  The Titans are 3-1 and are coming off a 36-7 victory over Rubidoux.


Great Oak 42  Chino Hills 47

Box Score:

Great Oak      7   7  14  14   42

Chino Hills    14  20  13   0   47

Great Oak Wolfpack highlights:

  • Playing catch-up in the second half, Great Oak suffered a heartbreaking loss at Chino Hills.  They were led by junior quarterback Laquan Williams who was 20 of 38 for a season- and career-high 437 yards passing.  With those passing yards, he had four TDs and two interceptions.
  • Williams’ longest completion on the night was a 69-yard touchdown to Brandon Presley, the first score of the night with about one minute off the clock.
  • Presley, a junior, would finish the night with three touchdown receptions on seven catches, racking up a season- and career-high night 263 yards.
  • Williams also rushed 15 times for 67 yards and a touchdown.
  • Junior Nick Fisher added 58 yards on nine carries and a touchdown.  One scamper netted 19 yards.
  • Two seniors, Raekwon Yates and Andrew Molinar, had nice receiving stats of their own with 83 and 78 yards respectively.
  • On defense, senior Anthony Bandong had an impressive 13 solo tackles to go with three assists.
  • Four sacks were inflicted on Chino Hills: two by junior Kevin Knight, one by senior Arhon Chua and one by sophomore Blake Garrison for a combined 27 yard loss.
  • Senior Matt Hobby recovered one fumble.
  • Senior Keita Calhoun was a perfect 6 for 6 on PATs and is now 17 of 18 on the season.

Record:  2-2

Next up:  This Friday, the Wolfpack hosts the Summit SkyHawks who are currently 1-3 following a heartbreaker of their own at Rialto last Friday, 27-28.


Linfield Christian 14  Mission Prep (San Luis Obispo) 45

Box Score:

Linfield Christian      0   0  14   0    14

Mission Prep           7  14  14  10   45

Linfield Christian Lion statistics for the game were not available at the time of publication at maxpreps.com.

Record:  2-3

Next up:  The Lions have a bye week; their next game is at home Oct. 11 versus Western Christian of Upland.  The Fighting Lancers are currently 4-0 including a 41-16 win last week over St. Anthony.

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