HS Football: Week Eight scores from around the area; Week Nine schedules

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Temecula Valley High School’s Zach Cutka (7) and RB Brody Hughes, pictured here at a recent home game, teamed up for more than 300 yards on the ground and in the air for their Week Eight victory over Vista Murrieta High School. Time Stood Still Photography photo
There was a whole lot of moving and shaking going on in the valley this past weekend, especially in the Southwestern League, and especially at Vista Murrieta High School, where Temecula Valley High School beat the Broncos for the first time in 14 years. The win is making things very interesting as just one game separates the entire league in the standings. Murrieta Mesa High School also jumped out from behind a dark cloud and took out a Chaparral High School team that had been 6-1 going into their homecoming game in Week Eight. The Pumas made a big statement beating Murrieta Valley High School in Week Six, but with back to back losses, and a Nighthawk win over Temecula Valley in Week Seven, who
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