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Bulldogs quarterback Jake Browning scrambles to pass. Browning connected with Deguara for one of his two touchdown passes in Folsom's 30-14 victory.

Browning throws for eight TDs

Published: Saturday, Sep. 21, 2013 - 12:00 am | Page 3C
Last Modified: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 - 8:13 am

Folsom High School has had a spirited rivalry with San Ramon Valley of Danville the last three years.

The Wolves have a potent offense and play in the highest division of the North Coast Section. Among their rivals is national powerhouse De La Salle of Concord.

So Bee top-ranked Folsom, the defending Sac-Joaquin Section Division II champion and CIF Northern California Open Division Bowl finalist, was put to the test Friday night in Danville – at least in the first half.

The Bulldogs, ranked No. 2 behind De La Salle in Northern California by, needed another strong game by junior Jake Browning to overcome the Wolves 67-36.

Leading 22-21 late in the second quarter, San Ramon Valley (1-2) couldn't keep pace with the Bulldogs' fast-paced, no-huddle spread offense.

Browning finished with eight touchdowns and completed 37 of 48 passes for 596 yards.

Will McClure had eight catches for 236 yards and two touchdowns. Bailey Laolagi caught two touchdown passes and also rushed for a score. Ben Trumm added a 40-yard field goal.

In other games:

No. 2 Elk Grove 55, Sheldon 0 at Elk Grove – The Thundering Herd (4-0) rolled up 646 total yards on homecoming night, even with leading rusher Wadus Parker slowed with an ankle injury. Parker rushed seven times for 82 yards and two scores, Eltoro Allen rushed for 96 yards and two scores, Julius Fullah 148 yards and a score, Scott Anderson 121 yards and a score, and Spencer Sheff 114 yards and a score in rolling past the Huskies (2-2).

De La Salle 41, No. 7 Del Oro 3 in Concord – The Golden Eagles couldn't slow down the Spartans' ground-churning veer as John Velasco had rushing touchdowns of 20 and 3 yards, Antoine Custer a 25-yard score and Chris Williams a 15-yard score to put the Spartans ahead 28-3 at the half. After De La Salle (4-0) drove 80 yards in 1 minute, 12 seconds and scored on the first series, the Golden Eagles (1-2) had a 66-yard drive that ended with Mason Humes' 31-yard field goal.

There was a consolation prize for Del Oro. Its JV team rallied to beat the Spartans 28-21.

No. 3 Pleasant Grove 33, No. 8 Inderkum 19 at Sheldon – Dre Terrell threw touchdown passes to Wyatt Demps and Esley Simmons and ran 34 yards for a score, Demaree Morris rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown, and Brandon Lewis added 96 rushing yards and a touchdown to lead the Eagles (4-0) over the Tigers (3-1).

CJ Spencer threw for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns for Inderkum. Terrence White rushed for 123 yards and Khalil Hudson caught six passes for 163 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown.

Inderkum beat Pleasant Grove 42-28 last year in Natomas.

No. 10 Franklin 28, No. 16 Cosumnes Oaks 7 at Cosumnes Oaks – Sophomore Lamar Jackson threw an 18-yard first-quarter touchdown pass to Donavan Vernon and a 10-yard third-quarter strike to Jabari Johnson and then ran for a 1-yard score to lift the Wildcats (3-1) over the Wolfpack (1-2). Joey Banks added a 9-yard touchdown run for Franklin, which finished with 280 rushing yards. Jackson finished with 112 passing yards and 97 rushing yards.

No. 11 Rocklin 31, Del Campo 6 in Rocklin – Sophomore Evan Holtz rushed for 183 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries and Ryan Durgarian had a 20-yard interception return for a touchdown as the Thunder (2-2) topped the Cougars (1-3).

No. 15 Monterey Trail 40, Florin 6 at Monterey Trail – Donovan Robinson rushed for three touchdowns and threw for two to lead the Mustangs (3-1) over the Panthers (1-2).

No. 17 Vista del Lago 46, Bradshaw Christian 34 in Folsom – Matt Jimison threw five touchdown passes and Austin McGuire rushed for two as the Eagles (3-1) defeated the Pride (2-2).

Antelope 27, Woodcreek 24 in Antelope – Joe Estrada booted two field goals, including the game-winning 34-yarder with under a minute to play to lead the Titans (2-2) over the Timberwolves (1-3). Anthony Baumgart had eight tackles and three sacks for the Titans.

Casa Roble 40, Golden Sierra 0 in Orangevale – Peyton Wilfley completed 17 of 20 passes for 321 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for another score to lead the Rams (3-1) over the Grizzlies (0-4).

Bear River 50, Highlands 14 in North Highlands – Fullback Brad Botsford rushed for 174 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bruins (3-0) over the Scots (0-4).

Capital Christian 48, Brookside Christian 14 at Capital Christian – Zach Melgoza threw three touchdown passes, two to Jack Haney and a 47-yarder to Justice Shelton-Mosley as the Cougars (4-0) defeated the Knights (0-3).

Call The Bee's Bill Paterson, (916) 326-5506. The Bee's Joe Davidson and correspondent Trevor Horn contributed to this report.

Editor's note: This story and headline were changed Sept. 21 to correct that Jake Browning threw for eight touchdowns and Will McClure had two touchdowns.

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