Boys Football

Palo Alto 25, Patterson 12

Date of competition: Friday, August 26, 2016

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Palo Alto junior running back Paul Jackson III scored twice in the first half and the Vikings win their season opener under first-year coach Danny Sullivan, 25-12, over visiting Patterson on Friday in a nonleague football game.

Patterson 0 0 6 6 – 12
Palo Alto 14 11 0 0 – 25
PA-Jackson III 5 run (Zaharias kick)
PA – Jackson III 1 run (Zaharias kick)
PA – Hall 75 pass from Chryst (Smallwood pass from Schilling)
PA – FG Zaharias 24
P-McGill 27 pass from Sanchez (kick failed)
P-D'Angelo Williams 37 pass from Sanchez (kick failed)
Patterson, G. Sanchez 11-47, Todd 9-11, C. Garcia 9-32, McGill 5-31. Palo Alto, Jackson III 28-170, Soto 6-17, Schilling 9-6, Chryst 2-(-3), Latu 3-(-10). Totals: Patterson 34-11; Palo Alto 48-180
PASSING – Patterson, Todd 7-17-44-2, G. Sanchez 4-6-106-0. Palo Alto, Schilling 4-10-59-1, Chryst 1-3-75-0. Totals: Patterson 11-23-0-150; Palo Alto 5-13-0-134.
RECEIVING – Patterson, Perez 1-6, McGill 4-70, D'Angelo Williams 5-65, J. Garcia 1-9. Palo Alto, Hall 2-86, Jackson III 1-32, Latu 1-15, Soto 1-1. Totals: Patterson 11-150; Palo Alto 1-134.
Records: Palo Alto 1-0; Patterson 0-1

posted by Rick on Aug 26, 2016 at 9:59 pm

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posted by Rick on Aug 27, 2016 at 12:30 am

Jackson Hall en route to a 75-yard TD pass from Jackson Chyrst. Photo by Karen Ambrose Hickey
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