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Prep football roundup: No. 13 Sac High stuns No. 1 Folsom (video)

The San Juan Spartans come out of the locker room before the game as the San Juan Spartans host the Mira Loma Matadors, Friday Sept. 16, 2016.
The San Juan Spartans come out of the locker room before the game as the San Juan Spartans host the Mira Loma Matadors, Friday Sept. 16, 2016. Brian Baer

No. 13 Sacramento High went on a 32-0 run to stun top-ranked Folsom 32-27 Friday night at Folsom High School, snapping the Bulldogs’ state-best 44-game regular-season winning streak.

The loss also ended the Bulldogs’ 52-game winning streak over Sac-Joaquin Section teams.

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Friday’s High School Scoreboard for Sept. 16, 2016

GALLERY: Mira Loma 49, San Juan 8

Folsom (3-1) jumped to a 14-0 lead, but the Dragons used a series of big plays to go up 32-14 in the fourth quarter before the Bulldogs scored two late touchdowns.

EJ Haag-Larry returned an interception 90 yards for a score, Anthony Bradley had an interception return for a touchdown and caught a touchdown pass, and Tariq Hollandsworth rushed for a 55-yard score for coach Justin Reber’s Dragons. DaVon Owens also had a 12-yard touchdown run for Sac High (2-1).

Folsom was ranked No. 2 in Northern California by Maxpreps.com.

No. 2 Del Oro 64, Capital Christian 13 in Rosemont –Mason Hurst returned a kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown and a punt 48 yards for a touchdown, and caught a 29-yard touchdown pass from Stone Smartt to lead the Golden Eagles (4-0) over the Cougars (2-2). Del Oro’s Matthew Kruger returned an interception 85 yards for a touchdown, and Smartt threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Marco Esquivel. Jacob Norville threw two touchdown passes to Julian Leslie, including one of 55 yards, for Capital Christian. Del Oro is ranked No. 3 in Northern California by Maxpreps.com.

No. 3 Elk Grove 56, Alvarez-Salinas 0 in Salinas – Jayden Machado threw touchdown passes of 44 yards to Damario McLean, 17 yards to Jake Bellecci and 8 yards to Gavin Reinwald for the Thundering Herd (4-0) against the Eagles (2-2). Elk Grove’s Zion Thomas rushed seven times for 111 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown. It was one of five rushing touchdowns for the Herd, which had 414 total yards.

No. 5 Rocklin 28, Clovis West 27 in Rocklin – Blayden Brown rushed for a 1-yard touchdown with 23 seconds left and Charlie McBride made the PAT as the Thunder (3-1) rallied to beat the Golden Eagles (2-2). Sophomore quarterback Cade Wyant engineered Rocklin’s comeback from a 17-0 halftime deficit. Clovis West, ranked No. 6 in the Central Section by the Fresno Bee, is coached by former Christian Brothers coach George Petrissans.

No. 9 Franklin 38, Lathrop 32 in Lathrop – Nico Regino passed for 134 yards and three touchdowns, all to Brady Johnson, and Kaderro Tamandong rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns, including a 49-yarder, as the Wildcats (3-0) held off the Spartans (1-2). Keonnee Linnell threw three touchdown passes, and Donald Garland returned an interception 18 yards for Lathrop,

No. 17 Vista del Lago 52, Cordova 35 in Rancho Cordova – Brent Schaeffer completed 25 of 32 passes for 338 yards and four touchdowns, three to Brendan Hall, and rushed for a touchdown and Dominick Norris rushed for three touchdowns as the Eagles (2-2) defeated the Lancers (2-2). Hall had seven catches for 126 yards. Xavier Johnson threw four touchdown passes for Cordova.

St. Mary’s-Stockton 42, No. 19 Cosumnes Oaks 20 in Stockton – The Wolfpack (2-1) forced three turnovers, but St. Mary’s (4-0) jumped to a 35-0 third-quarter lead and remained unbeaten. St. Mary’s had a moment of silence for former Cosumnes Oaks baseball player Donovan Palma, who died in an auto accident.

Christian Brothers 52, McClatchy 10 at Hughes Stadium – Tyler Vander Waal threw four touchdown passes, including 57- and 33- yarders to Matt Marengo, and Jacob Tucker rushed for a 50-yard touchdown as the Falcons (1-2) topped the Lions (0-3).

Rio Americano 58, Pioneer 0 at Del Campo High School – Zach Lewin caught touchdown passes of 20 and 12 yards, returned a punt 68 yards for a score and rushed for a 10-yard touchdown, and Sam Adams threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a 52-yard score as the Raiders (2-2) beat the Patriots (2-2) in Fair Oaks.

Bradshaw Christian 41, Center 34 in South Sacramento – Alex Crouch returned a kickoff for a touchdown and rushed for a touchdown and Marco Bromstead had two touchdown runs to lead the Pride (4-0) over the Cougars (3-1) in a battle of unbeatens. Brandon Lesly threw four touchdown passes, three to Zharon Houston, for Center.

Yuba City 34, Chico 27 in Yuba City – The Honkers (2-2) took a 24-6 lead late in the third quarter, then held on to beat the Panthers (1-3).

Colfax 42, Bella Vista 0 in Fair Oaks – Mason Ahrens ran for touchdowns of 12 and 11 yards, and Austin Weir threw a touchdown pass and rushed for another as the Falcons (3-1) jumped to a 42-0 halftime lead, then coasted against the Broncos (0-3).

Napa 35, Nevada Union 34 (2OT) in Grass Valley – The Miners elected to go for two in the second overtime, but the pass was broken up by the Indians (2-2). Napa tied the scored 21-21 on Austin Spinelli’s 17-yard touchdown pass to Alex Perez de Leon with 14.9 seconds to play in the fourth quarter. The Miners (2-2) led 21-7 entering the final quarter.

Oakmont 29, Casa Roble 3 in Orangevale – Jake Knapp threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Erik Holmsen and ran for a 5-yard touchdown, Ray Meza returned a fumble 49 yards for a score, and Kody Tagert returned an interception 9 yards for a score as the Vikings (3-0) topped the Rams (2-2).

Placer 49, Laguna Creek 0 at Cosumnes Oaks HS – Morgan Rein-Robinson and Mario Perez each rushed for three touchdowns as the Hillmen (1-3) topped the Cardinals (1-2) for their first win of the season. Mikey Ferreira had 227 total yards for the Hillmen.

Woodcreek 17, Vintage 7 in Napa – Tyler England rushed 35 yards for a touchdown, Max Page went 17 yards for a rushing touchdown, and Dylan Carlson had a 36-yard field goal to lead the Timberwolves (2-2) over the Crushers (2-2). A 50-yard field-goal attempt by Carlson hit the crossbar and bounced out.

Woodland 14, Enterprise-Redding 7 in Woodland – Oscar Sanchez carried 21 times for 165 yards as the Wolves (3-1) rallied for 14 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Hornets (1-3) on Thursday. Woodland’s Justin Borchard blocked a punt and CJ Ponce returned it for a touchdown, and Jonathan Tripp rushed for a touchdown and caught a two-point conversion. Christian Stice had two late interceptions for the Wolves.

Bill Paterson: 916-326-5506, @SacBee_BillP The Bee’s Joe Davidson contributed to this report.

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