Anzar High School's football team will host its first home game this week, and the contest against Crystal Springs Uplands is set for 6 p.m. Thursday at Barragan Field. Anzar (1-2) is coming off two road losses against two of the tougher 8-man teams in the area (Stuart Hall and Pinewood) and looks to turn things around against Crystal Springs. The Hawks opened the season with a victory over Kings Christian, and Shandon canceled a scheduled home game for Anzar in Week 2.
Anzar High School won its opening football game 26 to 14 in Lemoore on Friday against Kings Christian after getting off to a fast start on offense. Battling triple-digit heat, a team effort on defense for the Hawks kept the LeMoore team at bay, though. Twelve different Anzar players made tackles in the 8-man contest. On offense, the team had a whopping 364 yards rushing on 32 carries, or 11.4 yards per carry. There were big performances and plays across the board.
The Anzar High School football team will host a car wash fundraiser Saturday at San Juan School, with all funds going toward basic and necessary costs such as equipment re-conditioning and game expenses. The San Juan Bautista football team is entering its seventh season. The team must raise about $12,500 just for costs to cover equipment re-conditioning, transportation to away games, and basic needs for home games such as lighting and referee fees.
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