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The No. 3/3 College of San Mateo scores early in knocking out the No. 16/17, 35-14; All CCCAA scores here

SAN MATEO – College of San Mateo, ranked No. 3 in the state, hit long, fast drives in TD on its first two possessions en route to a 35-14 win over visiting No. 17 Modesto JC on Saturday after -midday.

Ezra Moleni ran three yards and J’Wan Evans carried nine yards for those early scores and a 14-0 lead. Evans then ran 19 yards for a 21-7 advantage over the Bulldogs.

Quarterback Richie Watts was nearly perfect that day, completing 18 of 20 passes for 291 yards, including a 16-yard TD pass early in the fourth quarter to Colin Giffen to put San Mateo up (3-0) in command at 28-7. Nate Sanchez ran 50 yards for the Bulldogs’ final score. Modesto fell to 1-2.

“We passed the ball effectively, 90 per cent,” said CSM coach Tim Tulloch, “and without turnovers.”

Linebacker Taniela Latu led the CSM defense with seven solo tackles, including a sack, plus a pass interception – which he returned 15 yards. San Mateo had 473 yards to Modesto’s 309.

Moleni had 72 yards rushing and caught three passes for 38 yards. Sanchez had 70 yards on four carries and Evans 44 on 11 carries. Raymello Murphy caught three assists

for 71 yards and Jeremiah Patterson had three for 69.

–It was the third annual “Jum” Bowl, honoring Charles “Jum” Morris, the first president of Modesto JC, which opened in 1921, and later president of San Mateo JC (which celebrates currently its centenary).

DASHBOARD Notes:

National-leading City College of San Francisco’s 16-game winning streak was snapped by host Butte College, 35-14, on Saturday. The currently top-ranked and defending state champions Rams had not lost since a pre-Covid engagement with CSM, 45-31, in the 2019 Bay 6 League title-clincher – while the Bulldogs would then go to the state finals.

Since 2019, San Mateo has only lost to CCSF — twice in 2021 (regular season title game and NorCal playoffs).

–CSM, on its way to No. San Mateo will host Butte on October 1, in the final non-conference game.

The Bulldogs open Bay 6 on October 15, welcoming Laney, and will play CCSF in the 2022 League Finals on November 12.

(San Mateo College of Athletics)

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

NATIONAL DIVISION NON-LEAGUE MATCHES
Butte 35, San Francisco 14
Fresno 42, American River 7
Laney 46, Siskiyous 25
Sacramento 27, Chabot 7
San Mateo 35, Modesto 14
Santa Rosa 10, Contra Costa 0
Redwoods 45, San Joaquin Delta 17
Shasta 20, Diablo Valley 9
Sierra 16, Reedley 10

NON-LEAGUE MATCHES OF THE AMERICAN DIVISION
Cabrillo 48, Yuba 14
De Anza 29, San Jose 13
Feather River 40, Monterey Peninsula 22
Buttress 79, Gavilan 0
Merced 41, Los Medanos 34
Redwoods 41, West Hills 35 (OT)
Goodbye: Hartnell

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL DIVISION NON-LEAGUE MATCHES
Cerritos 22, Allan Hancock 17
Fullerton 29 Canyons 24
Golden West 24, Bakersfield 14
Long Beach 31, Chaffey 28
Mount San Antonio 63, San Bernardino Valley 18
Palomar 17, South West 0
Riverside 34, Saddleback 3
San Diego Mesa 33, East Los Angeles 31 (2 OT)
Ventura 32, El Camino 13

NON-LEAGUE MATCHES OF THE AMERICAN DIVISION
Antelope Valley 24, Victor Valley 7
Citrus 25, Desert 14
Compton 12, Santa Monica 0
Glendale 43, Los Angeles Pierce 7
Grossmont 31, Orange Coast 25
Los Angeles Valley 45, LA Southwest 32
Mount San Jacinto 60, Moorpark 30
Pasadena 27, Santa Ana 17
Santa Barbara 37, West Los Angeles 20

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