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High School Football Week 4
By David Earley (Sentinel Sports Writer)
Published October 1, 2010

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By David Earley

Sentinel Sports Writer


Coach Sheron Butler already has a reason to be proud of the Bulldogs. In his first season as head coach, his team will enter league play with a 2-2 record. The way the Bulldogs are playing is much more important than their two losses to Long Beach Jordan and Crespi. With the graduation of All City back Dashawn Beck and the exit of five-year coach Elijah Asante, expectations are high for the new coach. Jordan has been to the playoffs in four of the last five years and although they played in the Championship Division, they were good enough to win the Invitational Division.

On Friday the Bulldogs traveled to play the Generals of Washington Prep in their final preseason game. This would be a special game for new Bulldog Darrius Vallery since he was a General last year. The game would start late due to some transportation issues, and kickoff would be at 3:40pm. The buzz on the Jordan sideline would make one feel as though the Bulldogs knew that this would be a good day for them. A team effort would be used to earn a sound victory over the Generals. The game started with a 40-yard pass from Jordon’s Justin Lewis to receiver Robert Mc Covery for the games first touchdown.

Lewis would eventually use all receivers and throw six touchdown passes, finishing 14 of 31 for 293 yards and three interceptions. Darrius Vallery would end the day with two catches for 50 yards and 8 solo tackles on defense. Jordan’s defense would allow no points, however two of Lewis’s interceptions were returned for short touchdowns by Ralph Harvey and Kenneth Cole of the Generals. Jordan will travel to Huntington Park this week and try to continue their style of team defense, and scoring offense that they have played with so far this year.

In other games this week, undefeated Dorsey was too fast for Compton, speeding by the Tarbabes 40- 7 in a game that was supposed to be one of the better games last week. Quarterback Joseph Gray finished 14 of 22 for 302 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Crenshaw was victorious over J W North of Riverside, relying on the legs of D’Anthony Thomas (10 carries for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns) and some new excitement from Shaquille Shelton (90 yards and 2 touchdowns).

Over in the southern section, Lakewood wins 44-0 over Leuzinger and Serra wins 48-7 over Peninsula. These two teams continue to just roll over their opponents, while Long Beach Poly was manhandled by Mission Viejo 37-7. Culver City was a winner over Redondo Union but they will face the Cougars at Crenshaw this week.


City Section


Kennedy 36, University 12

Locke 14, Westchester 0

Grant 20, Manual Arts 12

Huntington Park 28, Fremont 6

Jordan 36, Washington 12

San Fernando 26, Banning 0

South East 21, Gardena 6

Southern Section

Serra 48, Peninsula 7

Lakewood44, Leuzinger 0

Mission Viejo 37, Long Beach Poly 7

Dominguez 28, Long Beach Jordan 0

Culver City 21, Redondo Union 17

Norwalk 44, Morningside 14

Verbum Dei 52, Blair 13


Beverly 36, Hamilton 7

Mira Costa7, Narbonne 6

Palisades 41, Lynwood 0

St Francis 31, Venice 13

Cathedral 45, West Adams 37

Mira Costa 7, Narbonne 6

Crenshaw 50, Riverside North 3

Dorsey 40, Compton 7

Inglewood 55, Los Angeles 0

San Pedro 31, North Torrance 28 (OT)

Chaminade 42, Fairfax 13


City Section



Eagle Rock@ University

Fairfax@ Marshall

Polytechnic@ Locke

Jefferson@ Los Angeles

Wilson@ Washington


Hamilton@ Cleveland

Grant@ Palisades

Lincoln@ Manual

Douglas@ Fremont

Southern Section



Morningside@ Centennial


Long Beach Poly@ Long Beach Jordan

Lakewood@ Compton

Dominguez@ Notre Dame




Leuzinger@ Westchester

West Adams@ Tesoro

Culver City@ Crenshaw

San Pedro@ Inglewood

Banning@ Redondo Union

Narbonne@ Serra

Verbum Dei@ Bishop Montgomery


Carson@ Mission Viejo


Categories: High School

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