High school football: Calls don’t go San Ramon Valley’s way in loss to Central Catholic


MODESTO — For San Ramon Valley, time will inform if it was value it Thursday night time to play on brief relaxation, take a protracted bus experience and kick off in 100-degree warmth.

The Wolves misplaced to Central Catholic-Modesto 21-14 in a contest they may have, and perhaps ought to have gained.

That they had a 46-yard landing move within the fourth quarter known as again due to a holding penalty. They turned the ball over on the Central Catholic 6 within the remaining minute of the primary half when a Raider defender stripped the SRV receiver of the ball. Nonetheless, a video clearly confirmed the SRV participant was down earlier than he misplaced the ball.

A subject aim to finish the primary half and 7 factors if that fourth-quarter landing wasn’t known as again, and SRV fairly probably wins.

“We had our good moments tonight,” SRV coach Aaron Becker mentioned, “however we had sufficient different moments that value us the sport.”

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However, the Bay Space Information Group’s fourth-ranked Wolves (1-1) had been pretty upbeat when the sport was over.

“I believe for positive our group will return to follow, hit the load room and watch movie, and prepare for subsequent week,” large receiver/robust security Tanner Salisbury mentioned of subsequent Friday’s go to to Antioch. “For positive we’re not going to place this sport behind us, however we’re going to get higher off this.”

San Ramon Valley’s Tanner Salisbury, proper, makes a catch in entrance of Central Catholic’s Nolan Croasdale close to the top zone within the second quarter Thursday in Modesto. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 

It was an in depth sport, because the stats steered. San Ramon Valley totaled 348 yards and Central Catholic had 330. The distinction was in how they bought them.

San Ramon Valley tallied 276 yards by means of the air and 72 dashing. Senior quarterback Jack Quigley was 22-of-45. He threw a 54-yard landing move to Caden Riley within the first quarter that gave the Wolves a 7-0 lead, and he related with tight finish Tyler Hoffman on a 17-yard rating with 7.3 seconds left within the third interval for what turned out to be the sport’s remaining factors.

Between SRV’s two touchdowns, Central Catholic (3-0), which totaled 249 dashing yards and 81 passing, scored 21 unanswered factors. A 36-yard choice move from wideout Tyler Jacklich to fellow receiver Sebastian Guzman allowed the groups to go in tied at halftime. Two fast scores within the third interval put the Raiders up 21-7.

Jacklich’s 47-yard landing run, a magnificence wherein he went Beastmode and broke quite a few tackles, gave the Raiders their first lead at 14-7. Central Catholic scored once more on its subsequent drive, with Aiden Taylor stepping into from the two.

San Ramon Valley got here proper again with an 80-yard march in 10 performs, capped by Hoffman’s leaping seize in the precise nook of the top zone with a Raider defender draped throughout him. That made it a one-score sport with 7.3 seconds left earlier than the fourth quarter.

It appeared Central Catholic would put the sport out of attain on its second possession of the ultimate interval. The Raiders went from their very own 38 and had a second-and-goal on the SRV 4 once they fumbled on a run. The Wolves recovered on the 1.

Eleven performs later, all in simply over two minutes, SRV was on the Central Catholic 25 with a primary down. Quigley threw three passes. One was incomplete. One was batted down by the CC protection. One was caught for no yardage. On 4th-and-10, Quigley was sacked, and Central Catholic ran out the clock.

San Ramon Valley quarterback Jack Quigley will get able to move towards Central Catholic within the first quarter Thursday in Modesto. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 

Quigley was clutch for a lot of the drive. He threw a 19-yard completion to Jordan Lewis on fourth-and-10 from the 1, and he scampered for 15 yards on a primary all the way down to deliver the Wolves to the CC 25. 

The final drive kind of epitomized what SRV has been in two video games. Clearly proficient. However nonetheless a piece in progress.

“I’m pleased with their effort tonight,” Becker mentioned. “However we misfired a number of occasions.”

This sport took place on brief discover. Each groups needed to cancel contests on Aug. 27 due to poor air high quality. SRV was presupposed to host Classic. Central Catholic had a house sport towards St. Francis.

Since each groups had open dates this weekend, they determined to play one another. SRV probably gained’t have a harder opponent till it performs at Clayton Valley Constitution on Oct. 15.

“Central Catholic is a tricky group, and we didn’t do fairly sufficient to come back out on prime,” Becker mentioned. “However you hope it prepares you for the powerful video games we’ll have down the street.”

MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: The solar begins to set as San Ramon Valley performs Central Catholic within the second quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 
MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: San Ramon Valley’s Caden Ridley (2) celebrates his landing with teammate Trevor Scott (13) after scoring a landing towards Central Catholic within the first quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 
MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: San Ramon Valley quarterback Jack Quigley (8) is sacked by Central Catholic’s Tiago Armstrong (9) and Romeo Eteaki (5) within the first quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 
MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: San Ramon Valley’s Caden Ridley (2) makes a reception and escapes from Central Catholic’s Elijah Robinson (21) to attain a landing within the first quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 
MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: San Ramon Valley head coach Aaron Becker walks the sidelines whereas taking part in Central Catholic within the first quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 
MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: Central Catholic’s Sebastian Guzman (18) makes a landing catch in the long run zone towards San Ramon Valley’s Joshua Johnson (3) within the second quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 
MODESTO, CA – SEPT. 9: San Ramon Valley’s Za’darion Nardi (21) is tackled by Central Catholic’s Elijah Robinson (21) whereas operating for yardage within the first quarter of their sport at Central Catholic Excessive Faculty in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Space Information Group) 

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