WEEK 4 RESULTS
TIME TEAM SCORE   TIME TEAM SCORE
FINAL
Brawley 35  
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Calexico 36
@ Yuma Catholic 50 vs Calipatria 6
 
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Central 7  
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Holtville 28
vs Gila Ridge 10 @ Yuma 0
 
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Imperial 34  
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Southwest 49
@ Valley Center 37 @ Kofa 24
 
FINAL
Vincent 53  
 
vs Desert Christian 0
 
  
= Game of the Week
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HOLTVILLE — Last year the football teams from Holtville and Imperial high schools met for the first time in a decade, renewing (for at least the length of a two-game contract) an ancient rivalry — known popularly as the IV Classic — sundered when the Tigers jumped the Desert League in 2009 t…

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YUMA — Imperial head coach Kerry Legarra knows why his Tigers fell short in their season-opener against Cibola High here on Friday: “We just gave up 21 points too soon,” he said referring to the 21-7 hole his team found itself in before the first quarter was up.

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EL CENTRO — Imperial High School senior quarterback Santiago De La Torre celebrated his 18th birthday Friday and gave himself a night to remember as the Tigers delivered a 49-7 victory over Southwest at Eagle 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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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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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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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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IMPERIAL — School may not be in session, but the Imperial High School football team still took to Shimamoto-Simpson Stadium to open its season against Cibola here on Friday night.

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BRAWLEY — It wasn’t the prettiest second half of football, but thanks to a high-powered first half of play, the Brawley Union High School football team worked to hold off Imperial High School 27-20 in the 10th Game of the Week of the season at Warne Field here on Friday night.