Varsity Boys Football

Menlo School 40, Half Moon Bay 22

Date of competition: Friday, October 8, 2010

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Menlo School senior quarterback
Robert Wickers, who seems to be improving each week, passed for a career-high 325 yards and two touchdowns to pace the Knights to a 40-22 thumping of host Half Moon Bay in a PAL Ocean Division opener on Friday night. The Knights (1-0, 4-1) also got 106 rushing yards from senior Beau Nichols, who scored four touchdowns on the ground and finished with five total.

PAL Ocean Division
Menlo School 13 13 7 7— 40
Half Moon Bay 0 7 8 7— 22
MS — Anderson 55 pass from Wickers (Butt kick)
MS — Nichols 2 run (kick failed)
MS — Nichols 2 run (kick failed)
HMB — Walters 17 run (Flores kick)
MS — Nichols 5 run (Butt kick)
HMB — Sena 6 run (Walters run)
MS — Nichols 6 pass from Wickers (Butt kick)
HMB — Walters 12 run (Flores kick)
MS — Nichols 1 run (Butt kick)
Menlo, Nichols 26-106, Williams 2-14, Wickers 5-13, Stastny 1-1. HMB, Walters 18-120, Sena 16-70, Huerta 2-8, Seaton 2-(minus 4), Arroyo 1-(minus 5), Meyers 1-(minus 10). Totals: Menlo 34-134; HMB 36-179.
PASSING: Menlo, Wickers 20-32-3-325. HMB, Meyers 1-7-1-15; Seaton 1-4-1-17. Totals: Menlo 20-32-3-325; HMB 4-11-2-32.
RECEIVING: Menlo, Nichols 7-85, Benton 6-11, Anderson 2-66, Williams 2-30, Tupou 1-3. HMB, Suiter 1-17, Tessier-Lavigne 1-15. Totals: Menlo 20-325; Half Moon Bay 2-32.
Records: Menlo School 1-0 (4-1); Half Moon Bay 0-1 (3-2)

posted by Palo Alto Online on Oct 9, 2010 at 7:52 am

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