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Prep football roundup: No. 11 Jesuit christens stadium with rout of Yuba City

Marauders' Calvin Brownholtz (13) dodges the Yuba City defense.
Marauders' Calvin Brownholtz (13) dodges the Yuba City defense. Special to The Bee

Junior quarterback Calvin Brownholtz rushed for three touchdowns and passed for two, and senior running back Beau Bisharat rushed for 128 yards on 16 carries and caught a touchdown pass to lead No. 11 Jesuit to a 40-0 win over Yuba City on Friday while christening the Carmichael school’s $5.4 million renovated stadium.

Brownholtz threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Kay with 8:47 to go in the first quarter for the first touchdown on the school’s new field turf. Brownholtz then rushed for touchdowns of 15, 1 and 18 yards to stake the Marauders (1-1) to a 26-0 halftime lead over the Honkers (0-2).

Brownholtz – who took over the starting quarterback duties from his graduated brother, Cole – finished 4 of 7 for 87 yards with an interception and rushed for 59 yards on eight carries.

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Bisharat, who has verbally committed to Stanford, caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Brownholtz in the third quarter and ran 63 yards to Yuba City’s 1 in the second quarter.

Senior running back Dalvin Jamal-Milton rushed for 73 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown in the third quarter, on eight carries.

A raucous student rooting section and many parents and adults filled the expanded home-side seating at what is now known as Hanson McClain Advisors Stadium.

The field is wide enough for the school’s nationally ranked soccer program, and features a gleaming all-weather track, new press box and a new 8-foot-by-26-foot video screen.

The game kicked off in the bright sunshine shortly before 5 p.m. and finished in the shadows with a fourth-quarter running clock. The stadium does not have lights, something the school eventually hopes to install so students, alumni and the community can enjoy a night-game atmosphere.

No. 2 Grant 55, Central 7 in Fresno – Deshawn Collins rushed for 175 yards on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns, and Mike Green ran for 84 yards and two scores as the Pacers improved to 2-0. Collins and Green combined for six scores last week in a 50-14 opening-night win over Burbank.

Punahou-Hawaii 22, No. 3 Del Oro 15 in Berkeley – The Buff’n’Blue scored with five seconds left after a long interception return to stun the Golden Eagles at Cal. Christian Guerrero’s 3-yard touchdown run with 3:40 left in the third quarter had put the Golden Eagles up 15-0. Punahou improved to 5-0; Del Oro dropped to 1-1.

No. 6 Oak Ridge 43, Vacaville 14 in Vacaville – Ian Book threw three touchdown passes and Gabe Webb rushed for 11- and 7-yard scores as the Trojans (2-0) topped the Bulldogs (0-1).

No. 9 Antelope 28, Sheldon 7 in Antelope – Elijah Dotson rushed for 107 yards and four touchdowns on 16 carries as the Titans (2-0) downed the Huskies (1-1). Antelope’s Garrett Chapman had seven tackles and a 47-yard interception return, and teammate Curtis Borders had six tackles, an interception and a sack

No. 10 Granite Bay 14, Cosumnes Oaks 11 in Elk Grove – Christian Fisher and Isaiah Lewis rushed for touchdowns to lead the Grizzlies (2-0), under first-year coach Jeff Evans, over the Wolfpack (1-1).

No. 12 Placer 46, Pioneer 14 in Auburn – Marcus Ante threw three touchdown passes, two to Joe Robinson, and Ryan Huston had three interceptions as the Hillmen (2-0) rolled over the Patriots (0-2). Placer’s Michael Ferreira rushed for a 59-yard touchdown.

No. 15 Bear River 28, Union Mine 14 in El Dorado – Austin Baze rushed for two touchdowns and Jason Voter and David O’Brien one each as the Bruins (2-0) topped the Diamondbacks (1-1).

No. 17 Christian Brothers 48, Laguna Creek 8 at Hughes Stadium – Jamarri Jackson rushed for touchdowns of 8, 2 and 18 yards, caught a 36-yard touchdown and had an interception as the Falcons (2-0) beat the Cardinals (1-1). Christian Brothers’ Braeden Bourke threw three touchdown passes, rushed for a score and accounted for 251 total yards.

No. 20 Capital Christian 21, Modesto Christian 12 in Modesto – Jacob Norville threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Marcus Fowler and an 8-yard score to Jack Haney as the Cougars (2-0) defeated the Crusaders (0-1) in the annual Fish Bowl. Capital Christian’s Kristopher Kern rushed for a 46 yard touchdown.

Pleasant Grove 42, Nevada Union 15 at Sheldon High – Jake Ford threw two touchdown passes, Darren Chism rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Eagles (1-1) over the Miners (0-2). Pleasant Grove’s Marco Baldacchino rushed for a 77-yard touchdown, and teammate Dom Johnson returned a fumble 30 yards for a score.

Vista del Lago 35, Ponderosa 28 at Folsom High – Brent Schaeffer rushed for two touchdowns and threw a 59-yard scoring pass to Jake Sampson as the Falcons (1-1) topped the Bruins (1-1). Vista del Lago’s Ney Vencer rushed for 14- and 1-yard scores.

Winters 41, Colfax 35 in Colfax – Matt Harshmann caught three touchdown passes from Austin Weir and returned a kickoff 90 yards for a score, but the Falcons (1-1) lost to the Warriors (1-0).

Natomas 42, Valley 24 at Cosumnes River College – Terrance March rushed for touchdowns of 46, 24 and 6 yards, and Keyshawn Strickland caught two touchdown passes from Adrian Leyva to lead the Nighthawks (2-0) over the Vikings (0-1).

No. 19 Roseville 40, Rio Linda 21 in Roseville – Jay Razzano rushed for two touchdowns and Josh Clark caught a 64-yard touchdown pass from Blake Rayback to lead the Tigers (2-0) over the Knights (0-2).

Whitney 56, Enterprise-Redding 14 in Rocklin – Hunter Rodrigues was 18 of 24 for 423 yards and six touchdowns, three each to Devin Brochini and Justin Kraft, and rushed for a score as the Wildcats (1-1) topped the Hornets (1-1).

Woodcreek 24, Casa Roble 7 in Roseville – Tyler England rushed for 19- and 12-yard touchdowns and Isaiah Ajayi had an 8-yard score as the Timberwolves (2-0) topped the Rams (1-1). Luke Nichols returned a fumble 90 yards for a touchdown for Casa Roble.

Rosemont 16, Rio Americano 13 at Del Campo High – Roy Sanders ran for two 3-yard touchdowns and had a two-point conversion run to lead the Wolverines (2-0) over the Raiders (0-2). Blake Spencer threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Danny Miller for Rio Americano.

Bella Vista 21, Cordova 17 in Rancho Cordova – Andreas Litton rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries and had an interception to lead the Broncos (1-1) over the Lancers (1-1).

River Valley 43, Davis 21 in Yuba City – The Falcons (2-0) outscored the Blue Devils 27-0 in the second half. Jack Beckman had 319 total yards and three touchdowns for Davis (0-1).

Bill Paterson: 916-326-5506, @SacBee_BillP

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