Varsity Boys Football

Palo Alto 20, Mitty 7

Date of competition: Friday, September 17, 2010

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Palo Alto opened its home football season in a big way with a 20-7 nonleague victory over visiting Mitty on Friday night. Dre Hill, in only his second varsity game, scored all three touchdowns and rushed for 129 yards on 15 carries in the impressive victory. The Vikings (2-0) held a 20-0 halftime lead over the Monarchs (1-2) in a battle between two of the top five-ranked teams in the Central Coast Section.

Mitty 0 0 0 7 — 7
Palo Alto 13 7 0 0 — 20
PA—Hill 35 run (Bono kick)
PA—Hill 56 run (kick failed)
PA—Hill 1 run (Bono kick)
M—Boehm 2 run ( Vaca kick)
Mitty, De Cecco 13-72, McClenahen 10-19, Boehm 15-12, Marani 2-6. Palo Alto, Hill 15-129, Anderson 5-17, Williams 2-11, Bono 6-(minus-8). Totals: Mitty 40-109; Palo Alto 28-149.
PASSING: Mitty, Boehm 7-15-1-63, Barna 1-1-0-27. Palo Alto Bono 9-13-0-109. Totals: Mitty 8-16-1-90; Palo Alto 9-13-0-109.
RECEIVING: Mitty, McClenahen 3-14, McCullough 1-27, Malley 1-25, Magani 1-11, White 1-9, De Cecco 1-4. Palo Alto, Adams 6-77, Braff 1-20, Williams 1-8, Cullen 1-4. Totals: Mitty 8-90; Palo Alto 9-109.
Records: Mitty 1-2; Palo Alto 2-0

posted by Palo Alto Online on Sep 17, 2010 at 10:32 pm

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Sep 21, 2010 at 11:20 am

Video Morris Gates-Mouton of Palo Alto High sacks Mitty quarterback Kyle Boehm to end the Monarchs' final series during a 20-7 loss to Paly. Video courtesy of The Viking.
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