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In Friday’s CIF-SS Division 2 quarterfinal win at Norco, Haynes showed why he’s been one of Valencia’s anchors all season. He ran for 288 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries and the Vikings scored 70 points to reach the semifinals for the second consecutive year.
Franck-Love, a senior, rushed for 172 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to a 45-28 victory over Canyon of Canyon Country, Saturday in the CIF-Southern Section Division 6 quarterfinals. He scored on runs of 48 and 36 yards to lead the Mustangs into the semifinals
The 5-foot-7, 155-pounder was a factor for the Hawks (11-1) on both sides of the ball in Friday’s 35-20 Division 8 quarterfinal win over Garden Grove. He ran for 196 yards on 21 carries and caught a pass for 20 yards. He also had an interception on defense. On the season he has run for 1,082 yards and 12 touchdowns on 114 tries.
The Cougars standout turned in the top finish of any local individual at the CIF Southern Section meet in Riverside on Saturday. He placed sixth in the Division 1 race which included 175 runners with a three-mile time of 14:47.5 that was a personal best as well as a school record. That finish qualified him for a place in this weekend’s state meet at Woodward Park in Fresno.
He rushed for season-highs of 313 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries in a 48-35 win over Orange Lutheran in a CIF-SS Division 1 second-round playoff game. The 6-foot, 175-pound junior running back scored on runs of 13, 28, 82, 80 and 60 yards. For the season, Arnold has rushed for 1,485 yards. His previous season high was 197 rushing yards against San Clemente.
Sanders caught nine passes for 337 yards and five touchdowns in helping the Rams defeat Glendora 54-20 in a Division 4 quarterfinal game. Sanders’ yardage total fell 1 yard shy of equaling the Inland record set by Ramona’s Chris Camacho in 2003. Sanders’ touchdown catches went for 28, 71, 73, 48 and 46 yards. He also intercepted two passes on defense.
The tight end played in big role in helping St. Francis knock off No. 2 seed Citrus Hill in Friday’s CIF Southern Section Division 3 quarterfinals to reach Friday’s semifinal at home against El Toro. Dulcich, hauled in six receptions for 152 yards and two touchdowns in the Golden Knight’s 30-20 victory.
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