Friday football

 Monterey >> It wasn't so much about revenge as it was redemption Either way Carmel has both.
 Just one team in the county is undefeated and that distinction belongs to the Padres after they improved to 7-0 Friday with a 32-7 win over Soledad at Monterey Peninsula College.
 The win snapped a six-game Mission Trail Athletic League winning streak for Soledad., who came into the game having won four straight.
 "I was proud of our defense,'' Carmel coach Golden Anderson said. "We shut down a very good team. Offensively we controlled the ball.''

 Carmel, who managed just three points in a 9-3 loss to the Aztecs last  year,  had seven in the first quarter on the first of two first half rushing touchdowns from Covossay Windham.
 Windham, who rushed for 210 yards to go over 1,000 for the season, finished with three touchdown runs for Carmel
 Beaten for just the second time in eight years last fall in the Mission Trail Athletic League, Carmel has won .
 Daniel Higman hit Matt Luch with a touchdown pass while Zach Rossi kicked two field goals. The Padres ran 80 offensive plays and had three interceptions.
 "We read a lot Soledad's defense,'' Anderson said. "But our defense is pretty good as well. It was to see what our defense can do when it plays more than a half. That was the difference in the game.''
A blocked punt put Soledad on the 10-yard touchdown. Four plays later Soledad scored on fourth down to tie the game at seven.

 Pacific Grove 35,  King City 19 >> Noah Cryns did it again. This time he had some help.
 Last year Cryns scored four touchdowns and tossed a touchdown pass. This year he rushed for three touchdowns, tossed a touchdown and was part of a hook-an-ladder for a score
Help came from Nick Coppla, who opened the game with a 68 yard touchdown run, caught a 62 yard pass from Cryns in the first half and was on the end up that hook-an-ladder
Cryns had touchdown runs of 11 and 10 yards in the first half in helping the Breakers open up a 28-19 halftime lead.
 He opened the second half with a pass to Hunter Hanes, who pitched it to Coppla for a 68-yard hook-and-ladder touchdown, and sealed with a 48-yard touchdown run.

Tommy Stephens got King City back in the game with a 4-yard touchdown run and a 27-yard scoring toss to Clay Barbree. He also had a 38-yard touchdown run in the first half
North Salinas 28, Christopher 24 >> Tim Burkhardt tossed four touchdowns passes, three in the second half as North Salinas erased 10-point deficit with a win.
 Burkhart tossed touchdown passes to Whanya Green, Erik Delgadillo, Justin Robante and Isaiah Guerra on the game winnertouchdown passes as the Vikings improved to 3-4 overall.

 Greenfield 42, Marina 14 >>  Hector Ramirez rushed for fiver touchdowns, three in the first half,  as the Bruins won their third game of the season, surpassing last year's win total.
 Ramirez, who rushed for 223 yards, had touchdown runs of 54, 24, 5, 10 and 5 yards for Greenfield. He came into the game with eight on the season.
  The senior tailbacks first three touchdowns enabled Greenfield to run off 21 straight points after trailing by six. Sabian Jackson and JJ Rodriguez each added touchdown runs.

 Jose Yarzaba had a touchdown run for Marina, who has dropped five straight.
 Seaside 18, Alisal 00 >> Keishawn Robinson rushed for two touchdowns in the first half while Malke Jeter added another as the Spartans improved to 7-1.
 The shutout was the second for Seaside, whose defense came into the game having allowed a Pacific Division low 94 points this year.

San Benito 18, Salinas 7 >> The Balers snapped a four-game regular season losing streak to the Cowboys, improving to 8-0 on the season.
 Salinas took an early 7-0 lead, just the third time all season that San Benito has trailed in a game this year


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