Tied at 14 and sitting at the San Pedro three-yard line with ten seconds left in the first half, University was poised to take a surprising halftime lead. Then the Wildcats missed and easy field goal. That would be all the momentum San Pedro would need to regain control of the game.
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Culver City knew that they would have to withstand San Pedro’s heavy rushing attack to have a chance at getting their first win of the year. That did not happen. The Pirates ran for 335 yards and threw for three touchdown to hand Culver City a 38-17 loss on Friday.
Culver City nearly came back to pull of the win after trailing by 13 points, but the Centaurs could not overcome five first half turnovers as they fall to Peninsula 19-14. A poor snap on a punt gave Peninsula a short field for an early first quarter touchdown and Culver City threw two interceptions […]
Throughout the football season, we are the LA Sports Journal will be selecting our football picks of the week. Below is are selections:
THE LOS ANGELES SPORTS JOURNAL WESTSIDE FOOTBALL WEEK 2 POLL Last week’s rankings are in parenthesis. 1. (1) SANTA MONICA (0-1) Last week: No Game This week: vs Palisades Normally Santa Monica does not need a week off to prepare for Palisades, but this year’s game will be the most competitive in […]
Donovan Davis had 159 rushing yards and two touchdowns for Culver City, but his performance was outmatched Friday night as the Centaurs fell to West Torrance, 51-13. Culver City (0-1) started the game with a bang when Donovan Davis rushed 86-yards to the end-zone on the first play from scrimmage. Three plays later running […]
Throughout the football season, Los Angeles Sports Journal Editor Ed Gonzalez along with staff writer Eric Ramos will share their thoughts and picks for the upcoming week’s schedule and be joined by two football insiders using pseudonym to protect their privacy. First is a former westside football player (Tito Cancer) and a former high […]