Varsity Boys Football

Scotts Valley 28, Menlo School 14

Date of competition: Saturday, November 21, 2015

Correct this score or report an objectionable comment

Comments: 0

Menlo School saw its football season come to an end in a 28-14 loss to host Scotts Valley on Saturday in the opening round of the Central Coast Section Division V playoffs. The No. 5 seeded Knights (6-5) got touchdowns from junior Charlie Ferguson on a 7-yard run, and Menlo took a 6-0 lead early in the second quarter. No. 4 seed Scotts Valley (7-3), however, scored on the next possession with 9:47 left in the second, led 21-6 at the half. Menlo junior Evan King hauled in a fourth-quarter touchdown pass, and Mackenzie Morehead finished with 382 passing yards, but turnovers hindered the Knights.

CCS Division V playoffs
First round
Menlo School 0 6 0 8 -- 14
Scotts Valley 0 21 7 0 -- 28
Menlo -- Charlie Ferguson 7 run (kick failed)
SV -- Troy Menna 1 run (Evan Carvalheria kick)
SV —Dalton Locke 10 pass from Nick Reyes (Carvalheria kick)
SV — Patrick Conte 100 interception return (Carvalheria kick)
SV — Trevor Ponos 94 run (Carvalheria kick)
Menlo — Evan King 26 pass from Mackenzie Morehead (King pass from Morehead)
Records: Menlo School 6-5; Scotts Valley 7-3

posted by Menlo Athletics on Nov 21, 2015 at 8:16 pm

Comments: 2


Report Objectionable Comment or Incorrect Information.

posted by 1 on Dec 28, 2015 at 7:01 am

Report Objectionable Comment or Incorrect Information.

posted by 1 on Jan 14, 2016 at 5:05 am
Add your own comment or photos

* Required!

Game comments, highlights or stats
Who you are *
Name *
E-mail address *
Allow people to contact me about photos Yes No
By checking this box "yes", anyone interested in contacting you to obtain a copy of your photo will be able to send you an e-mail inquiry. They will not, however, see your e-mail address.
YouTube Video Link
Video Help Using YouTube to add video...
To add videos to our site, follow these steps:
  1. Upload your video (maximum of about four minutes) to a YouTube account. If you don't already have a YouTube account, create one for yourself by following the easy directions on the YouTube web site.
  2. Once you have uploaded your video to YouTube, write down or copy/paste the URL web link for your video and enter it on to the Embarcadero Publishing video posting form. Do not use the "Embed" code.
  3. Your video will then be available for viewing under that particular game report and on the team page (if one exists.)
  4. Videos featured on the sports home page are controlled by Palo Alto Online and are selected from among the videos posted by players, parents and coaches.
  5. If you have problems, please contact us at [email protected].
Video Caption
Please include the names of the people featured in the video, if known.
Use the button below to browse your computer for the photos you'd like to include in this post.
Please only use normal characters in your file name. Photos must be JPEGs.
Photo 1:
Photo 1 Caption:
Photo 2:
Photo 2 Caption:
Photo 3:
Photo 3 Caption:
Photo 4:
Photo 4 Caption:
Photo 5:
Photo 5 Caption:
Enter the verification code exactly as shown, using capital and lowercase letters, in the multi-colored box.
Verification Code:   

Stay informed.

Get the day's top headlines from Palo Alto Online sent to your inbox in the Express newsletter.