The Manteca Jaguars varsity held the visiting Los Banos Wildcats scoreless in the second half on the way to a 23-7 Cen-Cal win at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
Joel Yuson led the offensive attack for Manteca, gaining 70 yards on five carries with a 26-yard touchdown run. Victor Martinez added 68 yards on eight carries with Isaiah Rollins scoring on a 3-yard run and Lane Cefalu punching in a score from two yards out.
Cefalu (interception), Jacob Martinez and Victor Martinez had five tackles apiece, Ryland Toves (fumble recovery) and Christian Threadgill four apiece and Adrian Ochoa (forced fumble) three.
Jr. Buffs 30, Turlock 14
Krystipher Charles scored on both sides of the ball for the Jr. Buffaloes at Turlock High.
Charles (12 carries, 133 yards) had a 10-yard touchdown run, a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown along with a 19-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Ramsey (11 carries, 64 yards; three receptions, 61 yards). Jacob Sandoval (13 carries, 43 yards) added a rushing touchdown.
Sandoval tallied 12 tackles, Tyler Diaz seven, Charles six, Frank Alvarez (interception) four and Eduardo Lomeli, Gabriel Torres and Isaiah Rodriguez all had three tackles apiece.
Turlock 41, Jr. Buffs 0
Dylan Deprater made six tackles and an interception for the Jr. Buffaloes.
Andrew Magana Adam Barrera, Anthony Garcia and Zakary McCasland each had three tackles for Manteca. Deprater, Andrew Fernandez, Colton Stonum and Dayday Cox played well on offense for the Jr. Buffaloes.
Los Banos 34, Jaguars 0
Trey Moreland had eight carries for 85 for the Jaguars and Kainoa Ontai was 10 for 17 passing for 105 yards.
Keanu Duenas led the Manteca defense with eight tackles. Isaac Allgaier added six stops with Trey Moreland, Junior Alvarado, Jacob Hernandez (interception) and Ontai getting five apiece.
Turlock 28, Jr. Buffs 6
Quinn Martinez scored a touchdown for the Jr. Buffaloes.
Anthony Nixon led the Manteca defense along with Jacob Wise, Brian Gomez and Brock Felt.
Turlock vs. Jr. Buffaloes
Nikko Juarez paced the led Jr. Buffaloes defense with support from Andrew Anderson, Mateo Esparza and Jim Rogers.