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Barons pound out 33-19 win over Aztecs Phillip Brents | Fri, Sep 07 2012 01:20 PM

The Bonita Vista Barons, buttressed by a dominating game from its offensive line, got into the win column with a 33-19 non-league decision at Montgomery last Friday.

“We ran the ball extremely well and protected our quarterback (Austin Kane),” BVHS coach Greg Raby said. “The offensive line consisting of starters Alex Ohlendorf, Steven Green, Mohammed Zeidan, Joey Snider and Braulio Navarrete were awesome in all phases of the game.”

Kane was extremely accurate, passing the ball 11 times and completing 10 passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns.

“Austin provided great leadership on the field,” Raby said. “He saw areas we could exploit in their coverage and called plays that would take advantage of the coverage.

“I am very fortunate to have a quarterback with his ability to dissect a defense.”

The BVHS coach said the team’s defensive unit “played tough and came up with some big stops that created a short field and gave us chances to score.”

“Defensively, we were very tough with new defensive coordinator Derrick Schmitte leading the way,” Raby said. “Coach Schmitte and his defensive staff inspired their players to play with great emotion and intensity, a solid game.

“Gabe Bell played both tight end and defensive line and was simply a beast. He scored on a 15-yard TD pass, sacked the quarterback and helped shut down an excellent runner in Montgomery’s Charles Williams. His run blocking was something to watch.”

Williams was held to 21 yards on 11 carries and the Aztec rushing game was held to negative 33 yards overall.

Bonita Vista’s opening two scores came on runs by Ricky Alvarez (five yards) and Caleb Su (17 yards).

Kane also completed a 34-yard scoring pass to Atal Khaliq (seven catches, 118 yards).

The Barons added a 42-yard field goal by David Villasenor and a two-point safety in the fourth quarter after the Montgomery punter was tackled in the end zone. Villasenor tacked on four PAT conversions.

Bonita Vista, which next plays at Lincoln, led 21-6 at halftime.

Montgomery QB Harley Armada completed eight of 12 passes for 139 yards while Gabe Leal completed four of six attempts for 76 yards.

Chauncey Emerson led the Aztecs with three catches for 79 yards, including one touchdown.

Aust’n Morga scored two TDs for the hosts.

Prior to the game, school officials held a stadium naming dedication ceremony to honor Al Prazak, first hired at the Otay Mesa school in 1970 and who has remained a lifelong supporter of Aztec athletics.

Montgomery next plays at El Cajon Valley.

Otay Ranch 26, Elsinore 21
The new-look Mustangs looked good in their season debut as new quarterback Kyle Hawkins passed for 149 yards and rushed for 94 more yards, scoring once, while Otay Ranch amassed 291 yards overall in rushing offense.

Anthony Williams carried the ball 18 times for 153 yards and scored twice while Deondric Cunningham added one TD on two carries for 22 yards.

Chris Martin had six catches for 120 yards to lead Mustang receivers.

Williams also completed one pass for 32 yards to top out Otay Ranch’s passing output at 181 yards without an interception.

Jordan Peterson led the Mustang defense with 11 tackles while teammate Jeremy Gula made 10 stops. Gula had two sacks and one fumble recovery.

The visitors trailed, 21-20, until Hawkins scored on a one-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.

Otay Ranch meets undefeated Mt. Miguel in its next game after the Matadors turned back host Fallbrook, 50-33, last Friday.

Southwest 62, Crawford 0
The Raiders made new head coach Frank Paredes Jr.’s debut a memorable one. Dominic Villamor passed for 152 yards and three touchdowns (two to Maceo Harris and one to Mark Daniels) while the Raiders racked up 159 rushing yards (one touchdown each by Harris, Villamor, Abraham Valdez and Anthony Martinez).

Harris finished the game with three carries for 73 yards and two catches for 92 yards to go with three touchdowns. Villamor also rushed for 46 yards. Marco Beltran was perfect on seven extra-point conversions.

Kearny 33, Castle Park 12
Juan Luna completed four of 12 passing attempts for 82 yards and one touchdown in the Trojans’ loss to the Komets. Daniel Hernandez (eight rushes, nine yards) and Jordan Danielson (three catches, 27 yards) each scored touchdowns.



PREP FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Non-league
Friday, Sept. 7

Chula Vista at Sweetwater, 7 p.m.
Pt. Loma at Olympian, 7 p.m.
Instituto Mexico at Castle Park, 7 p.m.
Escondido Charter at Mater Dei Catholic, 7 p.m.
Rock Academy at San Ysidro, 7 p.m.
Holtville at Southwest, 7 p.m.
Serra at Mar Vista, 7 p.m.
Eastlake at Scripps Ranch, 6:30 p.m.
Bonita Vista at Lincoln, 6:30 p.m.
Otay Ranch at Mt. Miguel, 7 p.m.
Montgomery at El Cajon Valley, 7 p.m.
Hilltop at Patrick Henry, 7 p.m.
Lutheran at Mojave, 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 8
Ocean View Christian Academy at Faith Baptist (Canoga Park), 1 p.m.
Lake Mead Academy at Chula Vista Calvary Christian Academy, 1 p.m.

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