Leon Hall's Vista, Calif. Panthers beat Torrey Pines 36-28 in triple overtime Friday night. They will play for their fourth SoCal Division I title since 1996 next Saturday at Qualcomm Stadium (home of the San Diego Chargers) against Carlsbad.
Ryan Mundy's Woodland Hills, Penn., Wolverines lost tonight in Class the AAAA championship game to Parkland, 34-12, despite a 50 yard punt return for a touchdown by Mundy.
Garrett Rivas' Tampa, Fla., Jesuit team lost 34-13 to Rockledge in the Florida 3A semifinals.
Sam Keller's Danville Monta Vista team is playing as this post is being made.
By the way, all eleven recruits made it in for the Michigan official visit weekend going on. Michigan is optimistic about their chances with most of the recruits. Yours truly made a post Friday on our Premium Football Message Board about my opinion on each visitor.
Hall's Team Wins; Mundy, Rivas Lose
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