WEEK 10 RESULTS
TIME TEAM SCORE   TIME TEAM SCORE
FINAL
Brawley 21  
FINAL
Calipatria 13
@ Calexico 0 vs Mountain Empire 38
 
FINAL
Central 44  
FINAL
Imperial 49
vs Palo Verde 6 @ Southwest 7
 
FINAL
Holtville 20  
 
@ Vincent Memorial 0
 
  
= Game of the Week
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EL CENTRO — After staving off defeat by the barest of inches last week in Imperial, the Central Union Spartans made it clear that they were in no mood for an encore during this Friday’s Homecoming against the Palo Verde Yellowjackets.

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CALEXICO — the Brawley Union High School Wildcat football team defeated the Calexico High Bulldogs 21-0 in an Imperial Valley League game Friday night at Ward Field.

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“Round up the usual suspects.” It’s one of the most famous lines from “Casablanca,” delivered by Claude Rains’ Capt. Renault.

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They say a win is a win, and if that’s true, congratulations are in order for the Vincent Memorial Scots, who padded their record this past weekend at the expense of Escondido Charter.

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EL CENTRO — The Southwest Eagles are no pushovers; that much has to be said. This year’s incarnation might not match up well with the juggernauts of yester (read: last) year, but they’re not about to up and wither on the vine, either.

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IMPERIAL — For decades, Brawley Union High’s football program has been known for its ground-and-pound style. So when the Wildcats needed a fourth-quarter, game-winning drive, it’s no surprise they ran the ball 10 straight times to score and beat Imperial, 20-19, in the Imperial Valley League…

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HOLTVILLE — The Holtville High football team closed its non-league schedule with a hard-fought 21-18 victory over Southwest San Diego at Birger Field here on Friday night.

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CALIPATRIA — Led by an outstanding performance from fullback Noland Ange, the Calipatria High football team dominated Yuma’s Kofa High for a 33-0 victory on Thursday night at Veterans’ Field here.

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SAN DIEGO — The Vincent Memorial Scots are back in the win column. Defeating the Buccaneers of Mission Bay Friday night by a score of 32-7, they improved their record to 4-1, dispersing any lingering vapors from last week’s stumble against Santana, and returning them to the top of the Manzan…

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SAN DIEGO — Saturday proved to be a real tonic for the Calipatria football team. Playing on the road, they trounced, nay eviscerated, the Falcons of O’Farrell Charter by a score of 57-0.