Mt. San Jacinto wide receiver Taliq Brown (3) had five receptions, including a touchdown, to help the Eagle football team win 23-13 over Antelope Valley in their season opener. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The MSJC football team took the field for the first time since Nov. 23, 2019, last Saturday and came away with a hard-fought victory over Antelope Valley, 23-13. The first scoring play of the season for the Eagles, who had to delay their season two weeks due to COVID protocols, came on an explosive 81-yard run from quarterback Robert Coleman. His run capped off a 5-play, 98-yard drive, which came after the MSJC defense made a huge play. Demond Young intercepted a pass at the goal line to prevent the Marauders from scoring first. The Eagle extra point attempt failed and after one period of play MSJC led 6-0. The Eagles pushed the lead to 13-0 with 10:30 to play in the second quarter when David Vandenburg caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Coleman. This time Nick Sabilla’s
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