Christopher-Salinas football

Friday's game
Christopher (1-3) at Salinas (2-2), 7:30 p.m.
  Since opening the season with a victory, the Cougars have been outscored 116-37 in absorbing three straight losses.
 Christopher will go into the Gabilan Division looking to snap a 10-game league losing streak. In two stops in the Gabilan, it is 2-10.
 Coming off an emotional and physical battle with CCS power Milpitas -- a 9-3 loss --  concerns of a letdown are out there for Salinas, particularly with this being homecoming week.
 Quarterback Ryan Adamkiewicz has thrown for nearly 800 yards for Christopher, with seven of the teams eight touchdowns coming through the air.
 Anchored by pass rushing demon Cooper Smith and his seven sacks, the Cowboys have allowed just 25 points in their last three games, including four field goals.
 Smith leads Salinas in receptions for 13, becoming one of quarterback Brett Reade's primary targets, along with Jeffrey Weimer and Sunnie Arreola.
 With a pair of 100-plus yard rushing efforts this fall behind that offensive line, Ritchie Cerda is on pace for a 1,000 yard season for Salinas.
 Not forgotten are special teams. Kicker Luis Reyes has become a threat, converting all of his extra point attempts while kicking three field goals this year for the Cowboys.

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