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Bearcats beat the Independence Hawks of Bakersfield 14-6 

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–The Paso Robles Bearcats scored two touchdowns in the 4th quarter to beat the Independence Hawks of Bakersfield 14-6 Friday night at War Memorial Stadium. The Bearcats improve to 1-1 for the season. They host highly-regarded Buchanan of Clovis next Friday.

The Templeton Eagles (in white and green below) congratulated the Coalinga Horned Toads following the Toads 27-6 victory Friday night in Coalinga. The older, more experienced Horned Toads, led by three-year starting quarterback Jett Garcia capitalized on Eagles turnovers and youthful mistakes to get their second win.

Templeton lineup

Post-game handshake for Templeton Eagles and Coalinga Horned Toads. The congratulatory gesture was banned during delayed COVID-impacted 2020 season.

Eight sophomores, including Kohen Sizemore and Johnny Peschong, saw extensive playing time for Templeton. Sizemore prevented Garcia from scrambling for a first down with an impressive solo tackle in the open field. Junior Quarterback Noel Brady led the Eagles offense in his first-ever start. Next Friday, the Eagles will host Liberty of Madera in their home opener at Mike Curb field at Templeton Hogh School.

The Atascadero Greyhounds clobbered the Torres Toros, a new high school in Madera. The Greyhounds start the season 1-0. Torres falls to 1-1. The Greyhounds travel to Newbury Park next Friday night.



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