Travis Karg (33) breaks into the open after crossing the line of scrimmage during league play Friday, Oct. 8. Valley News/Andrez Imaging
With three weeks to go in the high school football regular season, things are going to quickly turn into a mad dash for the playoffs, especially for those teams that are falling behind in the standings. The season is rolling into Week Eight, which means there is a lot of work that can still be done, but it must be done quickly. With the completion of Week Seven games, as always, the Southwestern League is a good place to start with when it comes to recaps. Of the three games played, a total of 14 points were put up by teams that lost, and for the teams that won, almost 120 points lit up the scoreboard. First up, in a home game, Murrieta Valley defeated Great Oak, 42-7, and the week prior, the Nighthawks beat Temecula Valley 56-0. That is nearly 100 points on the plus side, and only one
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.