Varsity Boys Football

Seaside 48, Menlo-Atherton 20

Date of competition: Friday, October 2, 2009

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Quarterback Willy Fonua threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Moody and had TD runs of 10 and 12 yards late in the game but Menlo-Atherton continued to have problems on defense while dropping a 48-20 nonleague ame to host Seaside on Friday night in the Monterey area. The Bears (1-4) were held to 75 rushing yards while giving up 477 total yards to Seaside.

Menlo-Atherton 7 0 7 6 -- 20
Seaside 14 7 14 13 -- 48
S -- Lualemana 23 pass from Saxton (kick blocked)
MA -- Moody 44 pass from Fonua (Naufahu kick)
S -- Lopez 52 pass from Saxton (Williams pass from Saxton)
S -- Lualemana 16 run (Aguilera kick)
S -- Lualemana 52 pass from Saxton (Aguilera kick)
S -- Williams 59 pass from Saxton (Aguilera kick)
MA -- Fonua 11 run (Naufahu kick)
S -- Lualemana 6 run (kick failed)
MA -- Fonua 13 run (kick failed)
S -- Lualemana 18 run (Aguilera kick)
RUSHING: M-A, Fonua 20-42, Moody 4-23, Rebollar 1-5, Klein 9-5. Seaside, Lualemana 22-179, Saxton 4-27, Williams 3-17, Lopez 1-3, Griffith 1-(minus 1). Totals: Menlo-Atherton 34-75; Seaside 31-225.
PASSING: M-A, Fonua 7-18-0-129. Seaside, Saxton 10-18-0-252.
RECEIVING: M-A, Dela Morte 2-53, Moody 2-39, Diaz 1-18, Piper 1-12, Chavolla 1-7. Seaside, Williams 4-98, Lopez 3-62, Lualemana 2-75, Serra 1-17. Totals: Menlo-Atherton 7-129; Seaside 10-252.
Records: Menlo-Atherton 1-4; Seaside 3-1

posted by Palo Alto Online on Oct 3, 2009 at 8:57 am

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