October 28, 2009 > Huskies maul Warriors
Huskies maul Warriors
By David J. Nicolas
It didn't take long for Washington High School (5-2) to find Mission San Jose's end zone in the first couple of minutes
The Huskies football team scored at will and beat the Warriors 57-0 at Tak Fudenna Stadium on October 24. This was the Huskies' third league victory and fifth overall.
Everything seemed to be going right for Washington. After the early touchdown in the first quarter, Mission San Jose fumbled the ball twice during its first possession. The Huskies picked up the second loose ball for another touchdown with 9:48 minutes still left in the quarter.
Washington seemed too strong and too fast for Mission San Jose to keep up.
Junior Huskie wide receiver Deandre Carter flashed through a listless Warrior defense to score another touchdown, making it 20-0 in the first quarter.
Senior quarterback David Ross of Washington also showed off some quickness. On third down in the Warrior end zone in the second quarter, Ross eased through Mission San Jose's defense to score on his own.
This was the Warriors' fourth straight loss in league play. They take on James Logan High School (3-0) on October 30 at Tak with a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Washington will play John F. Kennedy High School (2-1) on October 31 at Tak at 7 p.m.