Varsity Boys Football

Sacred Heart Prep 35, Seaside 12

Date of competition: Saturday, November 23, 2013

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Sacred Heart Prep grabbed a nine-point halftime lead and rolled to a 35-12 victory over visiting Seasidein a Central Coast Section Division IV football opener on Saturday in Atherton. The top-seeded Gators (10-1) got touchdown runs of 3, 71 and 1 yard from senior Andrew Segre to lead the way. Segre carried 29 times for 190 yards. Senior Ricky Grau added a five-yard run in the third quarter and finished with 101 yards on 11 carries while quarterback Cole March finished off No. 8 Seaside (5-6) with a 10-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter as the Gators rushed for 353 yards. SHP next will host No. 5 Monterey (8-3) in the semifinals on Saturday at 1 p.m.

CCS Division IV playoffs
First round
Seaside 5 7 0 0 -- 12
Sacred Heart Prep 7 14 7 7 -- 35
Seaside -- FG Hernandez 44
SHP -- Segre 3 run (Tinsley kick)
Seaside -- safety (ball snapped out of back of end zone)
SHP -- Segre 71 run (Tinsley kick)
Seaside -- Jennings 7 pass from L. Johnson (Hernandez kick)
SHP -- Segre 1 run (Tinsley kick)
SHP -- Grau 5 run (Tinsley kick)
SHP -- March 10 run (Tinsley kick)
Records: Seaside 5-6; Sacred Heart Prep 10-1

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 23, 2013 at 9:42 pm

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