Varsity Boys Football

Sacred Heart Prep 42, Valley Christian-Dublin 23

Date of competition: Friday, September 18, 2009

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Senior running back Matt Walter carried 13 times for a school-record 321 yards and scored a school-record six touchdowns to lead Sacred Heart Prep to a 42-23 nonleague football victory over visiting Valley Christian-Dublin on Friday. Walter scored on runs of 1, 85, 3, 82, 26 and 60 yards. He tallied three TDs in the third quarter to help the Gators (2-1) pull away. SHP rushed 38 times for 502 yards, with Chris Gaertner adding 117 yards on 14 carries.

VC-Dublin 9 0 6 8 – 23
Sacred Heart Prep 6 8 21 7 – 42
VC – FG Miller 41
VC – Rubio 57 run (kick failed)
SHP – Walter 1 run ( kick failed)
SHP – Walter 83 run (Ojeda run)
SHP – Walter 3 run (Odell kick)
SHP – Walter 77 run (Odell kick)
SHP – Walter 26 run (Odell kick)
VC – Williams 1 run (fumbled snap)
SHP – Walter 60 run (Odell kick)
VC – Toney 25 run (Williams run)
RUSHING: VCD, Williams 16-124, Toney 18-101, Kurth 8-95, Rubio 10-81, Donohue 2-3. SHP, Walter 13-321, Gaertner 14-117, Terndrup 5-44, Ojeda 4-25, Pringle 1-0, Geary 1-(minus 5). Totals: VC-Dublin 54-404; SHP 38-502.
PASSING: VCD, Toney 3-12-0-43. SHP, Geary 2-4-1-61. Totals: VC-Dublin 3-12-0-43; SHP Totals: 2-4-1-61.
RECEIVING: VCD, Harris 2-8, Oertel 1-35. SHP, Lahlouh 1-49, Gaertner 1-12. Totals: VC-Dublin 3-43; SHP 2-61.
Records: Valley Christian-Dublin 2-1; Sacred Heart Prep 2-1

posted by Palo Alto Online on Sep 18, 2009 at 10:36 pm

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