Santa Rosa Academy’s Adam Pinard (4) is sacked by Capistrano Valley Christian’s Jacob Beauchaine (14) and Chase Carney (73) during their Week Six match-up. Valley News/Action Captures Media Group
By: Joe Quinn Special to the Valley News Two teams with strong records met in Week Six for the Santa Rosa Homecoming game, Saturday, Oct. 2. The game was the first to be played under the lights at the Rangers field. Capistrano Valley Christian School (5-1) entered the game averaging 35 points per game and had only lost previously to Calvary Chapel (4-2). Although Capistrano Valley came out on top, it was with hard gained opportunistic success as they beat the Rangers 14-6. The Rangers scored first and looked confident as they had the only real gains of either team in the first quarter. In fact, they put a surprise on the Eagles with a spread offense attempt on the extra point after their early TD. It failed but gave the impression the Rangers were confident this was not going to be th
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