FAIRFIELD — It wasn’t pretty and the offense was less than spectacular but the Vanden High football team got a win for the seniors on Senior Night, rolling to a 46-0 shut out at George A. Gammon Field in the final Solano County Athletic Conference match-up of the season. The win puts the Vikings at 5-4 overall, which should earn them a playoff berth, finishing second in the SCAC following American Canyon’s 41-7 win over Benicia.
Vanden's Maurice Brown, Jr., runs the ball down the field during the football game at American Canyon High School, Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. (Aaron Rosenblatt/Daily Republic)AMERICAN CANYON — The Vanden High football team hung in the game with American Canyon as long as it could, but the Wolves’ quarterback and ground game proved to be too much to handle for 48 minutes. And it took just about every single minute to decide a winner.
FAIRFIELD — The Vanden High football team hadn’t played a competitive snap of football in nearly two weeks due to the rescheduling of a game because of poor air quality in the wake of local wildfires. But once the Vikings got back into uniform and threw on the green and gold helmet, they were on fire, blasting Solano County Athletic Conference rival Benicia 52-7 at George A. Gammon Field, Friday.
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