Varsity Boys Football

Menlo School 48, Woodside 7

Date of competition: Friday, November 4, 2011

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Sophomore quarterback Jack Heneghan fired four touchdown passes and backup Matt Bradley added two more as Menlo School kept its postseason hopes alive with a 48-7 blasting of visiting Woodside in a PAL Ocean Division football regular-season finale on Friday. The Knights finished the division with a 2-3 mark, but will take a 6-3 mark into next Friday's nonleague battle with Sacred Heart Prep in the annual Valpo Bowl.

PAL Ocean Division
Woodside 7 0 0 0 – 7
Menlo School 14 13 7 14 – 48
Wood — Castillo 5 run (McGee kick)
Menlo — Reed 37 pass from Heneghan (Costa kick)
Menlo — Mayer 24 pass from Heneghan (Costa kick)
Menlo — Mayer 69 pass from Heneghan (kick blocked)
Menlo — Ford 5 pass from Heneghan (Costa kick)
Menlo — Zeisler 87 interception return (Costa kick)
Menlo — Chase 12 run (Costa kick)
Menlo — Paterson 41 pass from Bradley (Costa kick)
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING:
Woodside: Cocrum 4-37, Masulit 10-28, Hoffer 5-25, Castillo 1-5, McKee 1-3, Deleo 1-2, Team 1-0, Menlo, Peacock 6-39, Heneghan 4-19, Mayer 2-13, Chase 1-12, Stastny 1-5, Reed 1-3. Totals: Woodside 23-100; Menlo 15-91.
PASSING: Woodside, Hoffer 13-31-5-213. Menlo, Heneghan 12-26-1-198, Bradley 5-10-0-73, Parker 1-1-0-10. Totals: Woodside 13-31-5-213; Menlo 18-37-1-281.
RECEIVING: Woodside: McKee 6-100, Castillo 3-83, Deleo 2-20, Masulit 2-10. Menlo, Mayer 7-127, Reed 2-54, Paterson 2-52, Ford 2-16, Parker 2-11, Stastny 2-11, Chase 1-10, Totals: Woodside 13-213; Menlo 18-281.
Records: Woodside 1-4 (4-4-1); Menlo School 2-3 (6-3)

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 4, 2011 at 7:23 pm

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