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West Ranch Football Dominates Simi Valley 55-7 in the Season Opener

Jay Singh, Staff Writer

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West Ranch football dominated Simi Valley from start to finish in the season opener for both teams. The final score was 55-7 in favor of West Ranch. The Wildcats dominated Simi Valley not letting them score until the fourth quarter! The Wildcats went up 39-0 at halftime, and they did not stop there. They continued scoring until the fourth quarter, where Simi Valley finally scored. New quarterback, Colin Mitchell, was on fire this game, as he went 9-for-17 for 252 yards and 2 touchdowns. Running back, LaRon Huff, also had a great game with 187 yards and three touchdowns. The defense also played great with five sacks, a safety, and an interception. The special teams also had a stand-out game with a 97 yard kick return touchdown. All-in-all it was a great effort from the Wildcats in the season opener, and hopefully a sign for things to come for the team this season.

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Jay Singh, Staff Writer

What’s up West Ranch. I’m a Celtics fan. That’s basically my only quality.

 

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West Ranch Football Dominates Simi Valley 55-7 in the Season Opener