St. Margaret's quarterback Ryan O'Hare led the Tartans to a 54-6 win over Webb Schools on Sept. 13. Courtesy photo
St. Margaret’s quarterback Ryan O’Hare led the Tartans to a 54-6 win over Webb Schools on Sept. 13. Courtesy photo

Compiled by Steve Breazeale

Week 2 of the high school football season has come and gone. Here are the scores from Friday’s games.

St. Margaret’s 54, Webb Schools 6

St. Margaret’s (2-0) wasted no time against visiting Webb Schools on Sept. 19 in a 54-6 nonleague win.

The Tartans jumped out to a commanding 20-6 lead at halftime and shutout the Gauls in the second half of play. The Tartans have now scored 94 points in two games, with senior quarterback Ryan O’Hare leading the way. In the win over Webb Schools, O’Hare and standout running back Oscar Gomez dominated on the ground, rushing for 84 and 147 yards, respectively.

St. Margaret’s, ranked No. 1 in the CIF-SS East Valley Division coaches poll, will host Whittier Christian on Sept. 19.

JSerra 63, Huntington Beach 17

JSerra running back Edward Vander had one of the more productive games in the county on Sept. 12, as he punched in five touchdown runs in the Lions 63-17 rout of Huntington Beach. Vander scored in every quarter except the fourth, including three scoring runs in the first quarter. Vander finished the night with 218 yards on the ground.

The Lions (3-0) defense also had some big plays on the night, as Sam Philippi intercepted a pass for a touchdown and Connor O’Brien recovered a fumble for a score.

JSerra will host St. Bonaventure, a Pac-5 Division school out of Ventura, on Sept. 19 at Saddleback College.

Capistrano Valley 34, San Juan Hills 12

The San Juan Hills and Capistrano Valley football teams were close at halftime, but the Cougars exploded for 20 unanswered points in the second half.

The Stallions (1-2) junior quarterback Patrick O’Brien completed 21 of 39 passes for 183 yards and an interception. O’Brien also ran for 64 yards and a score.

San Juan Hills will host Marina on Sept. 19.

Capistrano Valley Christian 56, Tri-City Christian 20

After being shutout by St. Margaret’s last week, the Capistrano Valley Christian offense turned the corner against Tri-City Christian on Sept. 13, eclipsing the 50-point mark for a second time this season.

The Eagles (2-1) did most of their damage in the first half and held a 49-6 lead at halftime.

Capistrano Valley Christian will host Linfield Christian on Sept. 19 at Capistrano Valley High School.

 

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  • Dear sir. I know that CVCS is a small school. I think you need to take a look at Daniel Herber. He has 4 TDs about 28 tackles and 10 of thous are for lose.. two interceptions one for TD and a fumble recovery. and that is in 3 games in witch he only played about half of two of them because of a big lead. Talk to the coach.
    Thank you Paul Herber

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