Gunn High head coach Brandon Boyd had a message for Santa Clara just before the opening kickoff of Friday night. "Be nice to us!" yelled Boyd, as the teams lined up to begin the game. "Be nice to us, fellas!" Santa Clara proceeded to return the kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown. And it was all uphill for Boyd from there. Gunn couldn't have had a more inauspicious beginning to its league season, taking a 62-18 walloping from the host Bruins in a game that wasn't even that close.
As the opponents get bigger, so does the injury list for the Palo Alto High football team â€“ leaving head coach Danny Sullivan wondering when things will again start making sense. Good news for the Vikings â€“ the preseason is over. Bad news â€“ they lost again, to Aragon, 48-14, on Friday. â€œWeâ€™ve been getting better, but players keep going down. We had second-string guys in there tonight. They stepped up, but itâ€™s tough,â€? Sullivan said.
Youâ€™d better believe it. Itâ€™s now two in a row for new head coach Brandon Boyd, and the Titans did it in impressive fashion on Friday night in a nonleague football game vs. Harbor of Santa Cruz. Gunn (2-1) claimed a fuel-injected 52-20 victory on its home field, scoring in just about every way possible. At the center of it all was senior quarterback Fredrik Hudson Alexander, who threw for 219 yards and six touchdowns â€“ also running for 32 yards on four carries and playing standout defense.
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