WEEK 4 RESULTS
TIME TEAM SCORE   TIME TEAM SCORE
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Brawley 41  
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Calexico 30
@ Yuma Catholic 20 @ Calipatria 8
 
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Central 49  
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Holtville 21
@ Coachella Valley 6 vs Yuma 0
 
FINAL
Imperial 14  
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Southwest 48
vs Valley Center 40 vs Kofa 28
 
BYE
Vincent Memorial -  
 
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= Game of the Week

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IMPERIAL — Despite a solid first quarter of play, the Imperial High football team could not contain the Valley Center Jaguars, falling 40-14 at Shimamoto-Simpson Stadium here on Friday night.

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HOLTVILLE — For the second consecutive week, the Yuma Criminals found themselves in the Imperial Valley on a balmy Friday evening facing off against a team out of the Manzanita League.

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CALIPATRIA — Calexico High School’s football team turned to junior running back Christopher Gonzalez to carry the load against Calipatria, and he delivered with two first-quarter rushing touchdowns to spark the Bulldogs to a 30-8 victory at Veteran’s Field here on Friday.

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BRAWLEY — In the first-ever meeting between the two schools, the Brawley Union High School Wildcat football team rose to the occasion against a talented Yuma Catholic High Shamrocks squad, defeating them 41-20 at Warne Field here Friday night.

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BRAWLEY — It may have seemed like they were playing angry, and maybe they were, just a little, but the Brawley Wildcats are generally too self-possessed for that. Still the 56-0 beatdown they gave Indio last Friday felt like something of a statement.

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CALEXICO — It’s no secret that over the past decade, the Calexico Football Bulldogs have fought shy of emerging as a regional powerhouse. Since 2008 they have posted only one winning record — an 8-2 campaign in 2012, made all the more remarkable by the fact it followed an 0-10 campaign in 20…

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IMPERIAL — The Imperial High and Holtville High football teams began a rivalry in 1940. Dubbed the Imperial Valley Classic, the rivalry was renewed after a 10-year hiatus on Friday with the Tigers cruising to a dominating, 46-0, victory.

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YUMA — The Central Union Spartans, playing their first road game after last week’s 40-14 tune-up against La Jolla, found themselves facing some adversity early on. Blustery conditions flipped the ball into all sorts of odd eddies, contributing to a flurry of incomplete passes and goofy turno…