San Ramon Valley’s high-flying passing attack carved up what had been an impenetrable McClymonds secondary in a classic unstoppable offense vs. unshakable defense matchup.
Amador Valley’s Jake Goldsworthy said the game “was personal” after the Dons carved up a red-hot Monte Vista team. De La Salle ran, ran and ran some more against St. Mary’s-Stockton to improve to .500.
Silver Creek dialed up some surprise option plays to keep its perfect record, and Hillsdale’s gutsy play calling helped upset Sacred Heart Prep.
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Here is our complete Week 4 coverage.
- Roundup: Best of Week 4
- Saturday Roundup: Best of Week 4
- Under investigation: South Bay high school coach seen shoving sideline official
- Results: Weekend scoreboard, how Top 25 fared
- Photos: Our staff’s Week 4 images
- Plenty of options: Silver Creek defeats Piedmont Hills
- Shutting up the haters: Amador Valley’s offense erupts against Monte Vista
- All heart on the Peninsula: Hillsdale outlasts Sacred Heart Prep
- Bringing out the classics: De La Salle’s old-fashioned offense rocks St. Mary’s-Stockton
- Can’t be stopped: San Ramon Valley shreds McClymonds
- Taking over the Bay Area: Girls flag football exploding in popularity
- Andrew Luck returns: Former No. 1 draft pick back in Palo Alto
- Preview: Week 4 top matchups, schedule
- Predictions: Sabedra, Dycus, Lefkow make their Week 4 picks
- Rankings: Bay Area News Group Top 25
- Monday Morning Lights: Mack prepares for “Drew Brees”