MIDDLETOWN >> With back-to-back wins over Kelseyville and Lower Lake to open their North Central League I schedule, the Middletown Mustangs are certainly off to the start they wanted in 2017. The Mustangs turned back a major challenge on Friday night, beating the previously undefeated Lower Lake Trojans 28-0 at Bill Foltmer Field for their third straight victory this season and their 10th straight win over Lower Lake dating back to their last loss to the Trojans in 2007.
LAKE COUNTY >> Lower Lake coach Justin Gaddy calls it his team’s biggest test of the year on Friday night when the undefeated Trojans venture to Bill Foltmer Field in Middletown where the Middletown Mustangs await. As far as early season games go, this is a biggie for both teams. Lower Lake (2-0 league, 4-0 overall) is off to its best start in 22 years. Middletown (1-0, 2-1) has won its last two after falling 13-7 to Hercules in its season opener.
PETALUMA >> Once the Clear Lake Cardinals found their traction on St. Vincent’s artificial turf, the issue was never in doubt. Come to think of it, the issue was never in doubt in the first quarter when a lethargic Clear Lake club was stopping itself with penalties and dropped passes.
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