Friday No. 1 De La Salle (5-1) at No. 6 Monte Vista (4-1), 7 p.m.: It’s hard to fathom DLS losing again before the postseason, considering the Spartans haven’t lost to anyone north of Fresno since 1991. While other elite teams in the East Bay Athletic League such as the Mustangs are contenders in the North Coast Section playoffs, last year they were no match for De La Salle in 55-0, 55-10, 49-14 and 49-0 routs. To slow down the Spartans, pick your poison between dual-threat quarterback Dorian Hale, running back Shamar Garrett and wide receiver Grant Daley. Meanwhile, Monte Vista must rely on the decision-making of quarterback Jack Stewardson (61 percent completion percentage, 192 ypg, 15 TDs, 11 INTs), whose favorite target is Nate Rutchena with 20 catches for 373 yards and seven touchdowns. Running back Gavin Cribb provides balance with an average of 6.0 yards per carry. — Vytas Mazeika Antioch (1-5, 1-0) at No. 4 Liberty (6-0, 1-0), 7:15 p.m.: The wait is over! Liberty will play its first true home game of the season at a renovated Ohmstede Field, with a new scoreboard and all. Home will undoubtedly feel extra sweet for Liberty, which has traveled well, nonetheless…. Read full this story
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