Eastern League football 2010!!!! Henry yang Block 2 11/4/10
Huntington Park Spartans
Roosevelt Rough Riders
South East Jaguars
South Gate Rams
Huntington Park 28 vs SOUTH GATE 7
Last friday the Spartans and Rams went into battle in a classic rivalry game. The Rams looked to get the rivalry trophy back as the Spartans looked to defend it for the 5th year in a row. The game was close for the first quarter but after that the Spartans offense ws producing points and the defense was making stops. The only Rams touchdown was in towards the end of the second quarter. The Spartans held off the Rams for the 5th straight year with a 7-28 Victory. The Spartans face another rival this coming week against the Bell Eagles.
South East o vs Narbonne High 41
Narbonne 41, South East 0 City Section power crushed South East, 41-0 and held star Jaguars running back Robert Lewis to four yards on the ground. The Jaguars (1-1) had a minus-seven yards as a team.Gilberto Rivera was 13-of-35 for 124 yards through the air for South East.Lewis had nine tackles and an interception on defense.Noel Rankin had three scoring runs for the Gauchos (1-0).
HP SPARTANS 7 VS SOUTH EAST 45
South East and Huntington Park high schools, two teams still in search of their first Eastern League football victories, square off at 7 p.m. Friday at Huntington Park.The Jaguars, coming off a bye week, are 3-2 overall and 0-1 in league. They fell to Roosevelt, 31-27 Oct. 1.Huntington Park finds itself 1-5 and 0-2 following narrow league losses to Jordan (13-10) and Roosevelt (14-10).Junior Robert Lewis leads South East with his all-around play. He is the top rusher with 484 yards and six touchdowns on 55 carries, has 12 receptions for 166 yards and has returned five kickoffs for 168 yards. He has 10 TDs total.Quarterback Gilberto Rivera has completed 50 percent of his passes for 700 yards and five TDs.
Garfield Bulldogs 23vs. Jordan Bulldogs 15
Garfield gets big win over L.A. Jordan October 9, 2010 -- L.A. Garfield picked up an important Eastern League victory on Friday night, defeating L.A. Jordan, 23-15. Levi Peralta came up with a key interception for the Bulldogs, who are 2-0 in league after losing their first four nonleague games to Southern Section schools.
South gate 28 vs Belmont High 21
Kevin Valle’s 25-yard run in overtime lifted South Gate (1-1) to a 28-21 victory over Belmont Thursday. Ernesto Torres scored the first two South Gate TDs on a seven-yard run and 22-yard pass from Emanuel Leyva. Jesse Ruiz also scored on a three-yard run.Belmont was led by Shaquil Maheia (15-of-31, 171 yards), who had a seven-yard scoring pass to Mark Landigen and a nine-yarder to Shakur Maheia. Edgar Aguilar (18 carries, 95 yards) scored on a five-yard run for the Sentinels.South Gate is at Monroe Sept. 17.
Roosevelt 14 at Huntington Park 10
For Huntington Park (1-4), Roberto Andrade was the standout against Jordan with 29 carries for 165 yards and two catches for 31 yards. Andrade has rushed for 572 yards and four TDs on 102 carries this season.Mauricio Maldonado, who kicked a 37-yard field goal and was involved in seven tackles, and Diego Melgoza, who had an interception, both played well for Huntington Park last week.Roosevelt (4-1) slipped past South East, 31-27 in its league opener.South East (3-2), which has a bye this week, got solid efforts from quarterback Gilberto Rivera (12-of-20 for 218 yards, TD) and running back Robert Lewis (18 carries for 144 yards). Samuel Encarnacion caught three passes for 93 yards.
Huntington Park 0.vs Garfield Bulldogs 3
Neither the Bulldogs or Spartans did much offensively until the final drive.“It was one of those nights,” Hernandez said. “We struggled offensively, they struggled offensively. There weren’t many first downs.”What threats there were got wiped out by penalties and other offensive mistakes. A 35-yard TD run by Lance Fernandez was erased by holding. Fullback Danny Vargas took a middle screen 40 yards to the five at the end of the half, but time expired before the Bulldogs could run another play.On the final possession, quarterback Leonardo Vaal scrambled 37 yards to the Spartan five-yard line with 22 seconds left. Hector Cazales then ran the ball to the two, setting the stage for Arce’s game-winning kick.
JORDAN BULLDOGS 36.VS WASHINGTON PREP. 12
Sophomore Justin Lewis threw for career-highs of 293 yards and six touchdowns to lift Jordan High School to a 36-12 win over Washington Prep Friday in a nonleague football game.Lewis, who was 14-of-31 with three interceptions, connected with Robert McCovery (four catches for 118 yards) for three of his scoring passes. The other TD tosses went to Abdul Castaneda (three for 61), Jackyle Cooper (four for 39) and Andre Davis (one for 25).Jordan (2-2) is at Huntington Park next Friday in an Eastern League opener. Washington Prep fell to 0-3.