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San Ramon Valley Danville v. James Logan Union City NCSs

In an NCS Round Two playoff match-up in Union City, the San Ramon Valley (SRV) Wolves met the 10-0 James Logan Colts on Friday night Nov 26th.

The game would be hard fought from start to finish;  but it was squarely in SRV’s favor as they jumped out to a 14-0 lead and would never look back, especially after a surprising on-sides kick that was recovered after their 7-0 lead in the first quarter.

In the end, James Logan made it close, closing in with a second half TD to make it 21-14, but the Wolves defense, always in close pursuit and and grabbing a hardy handful of sacks on Colt’s QB Prothro made the difference.

Cal-bound Zach Kline (#5) had a stellar night throwing for two TDs and running for a third.  The Colts were frustrated all night at the line of scrimmage where they couldn’t break open big enough holes for their backs and couldn’t stop the Wolves sack machine. Even when throwing screens the RBs were run down in short order. It was a great season for both teams. The Wolves keep the EBAL undefeated in NCS post season play and move on to face the winner of Monte Vista vs. San Leandro the following week.

QB Zach Kline takes the snap early in the game.

RB Felipe Parra over the goal line to put Wolves up 14-0.


RB Warren Long follows his blockers

The Logan Colts get into a power offense

#77 DL Jake Simonech for SRV Holds down Warren Long #42 of Logan

Colt QB Jeffrey Prothro (#9) gets the snap

Prothro scrambles as LB #55 Matt Fisher pursues

SRV’s O-line fires off the ball

SRV’s running back (unknown) gains tough yards

Wolves Jeff Greene #23 takes down Damond Beasley (#5) for the Colts

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Logan WR Ferdows Wahab (#21) cannot find room

Colts Damond Beasley scores Logan’s second TD to close to 21-14.

Wolves WR Brian Danis (#9) holds on

RB Jordan Weiss (#42) stretches for final SRV TD, 28-14 lead.

Colin Wilson #25 takes down Logan RB in 4th Quarter.

Wolves Sack on Colts final drive

Kline takes knee to close out game

 

 

 

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