With the snip of a dark blue ribbon, the new football field at Vista del Lago High School in Folsom was officially dedicated Friday night. And then the Placer Hillmen put their stamp all over it with a 43-28 victory. It was also the first on-campus homecoming in the school’s 10-year history. In years past, Vista’s “home” games were held at Folsom High. But now, the school of approximately 1,500 students – and its football team – can work toward a new identity.
Physicality. That’s what Eric Cavaliere said his Oak Ridge High Trojans prepared for this week leading up to Friday’s home game against Nevada-power Reed. Football games are always won or lost in the trenches, where the grunters and grinders do the dirty work that allows skill players such as Oak Ridge quarterback Marco Baldacchino to keep his jersey clean and looking pretty. The Trojans were the more physical team and stopped a three-game losing streak to the Raiders with a 24-21 victory.
All this for a chunk of granite? No. 6 Rocklin got its school name and the final score chiseled into a 75-pound chunk of granite for posterity’s sake with a 40-22 victory over host No. 15 Whitney. Along with the Quarry Bowl trophy comes bragging rights in this town that produced much of the granite used to build the state Capitol. Rocklin converted three Whitney first-half turnovers into 16 points and started the second half with Blayden Brown’s 26-yard interception return for a TD.
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