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High school football playoffs roundup: Cosumnes Oaks outlasts Davis

Pacers Jalyn Norris (22) carries the ball during the game between the Grant Pacers and the Granite Bay Grizzlies at Grant High School in Sacramento on Friday, November 11, 2016.
Pacers Jalyn Norris (22) carries the ball during the game between the Grant Pacers and the Granite Bay Grizzlies at Grant High School in Sacramento on Friday, November 11, 2016. rbenton@sacbee.com

Austin Greer accounted for four touchdowns, and Cosumnes Oaks held on late to defeat Davis 28-25 on Friday night in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoff opener in Yolo County.

Greer has played his best games down the stretch as the Wolfpack secured their sixth successive playoff berth in beating a Blue Devils team in the postseason for just the third time since 1995. John Lagattuta had a 91-yard touchdown run for Davis.

Sheldon 37, Napa 28 in Napa – Graylon Lindsey rushed for three touchdowns, Ravontae Holt returned a fumble 20 yards for a touchdown, and Austyn Hurts scored on a 58-yard run off a double handoff to power the Huskies past the Indians in D-I for their first playoff win since 2009.

Folsom 78, Kennedy 6 – The Bulldogs led 9-0 before the offense hit the field on a touchdown and a safety in the D-I rout. Folsom seeks a section five-peat.

Sacramento 54, Stagg 14 in Stockton – Tariq Hollandsworth accounted for four touchdowns and Derek Shelton two to lead the Dragons in D-II.

Sacramento played in Stockton as its home field was deemed unplayable.

Grant 42, Granite Bay 17 in Del Paso Heights – Tyree Marcelle rushed 29 times for 261 yards and four touchdowns as the Pacers rolled in D-II to avenge last season’s playoff setback.

Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of popular Grant player JJ Clavo. There will be a memorial in the Grant gym at 2 p.m. Sunday.

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