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Cal Strength dominates to stay undefeated

Cal Strength is 2-0 after a 29-7 win over Southwest. Gregory Moreland-Tuhn / Staff Photo
Cal Strength is 2-0 after a 29-7 win over Southwest. Gregory Moreland-Tuhn / Staff Photo

Cal Strength (2-0) dominated after a turnover on the first possession en route to a 29-7 victory over Southwestern on Saturday. 

The first game of the day started with an interception on the first drive by jack quigley and then turned into 7 points for the Warriors. That would be the final points of the day for the Warriors as Cal Strength dominated after scoring 29 unanswered. 

San Ramon Valley junior Jack Quigley started late in the first quarter, but that drive ultimately ended with a sack.

Fellow Danville product – and Monte Vista junior Dylan Devitt – came in and got the offense rolling in the second quarter, connecting with Cole Boscia for a two yard touchdown to tie it at 7-7 before the half ended. 

Coming out of the half, however, Cal Strength dominated again both defensively and offensively. It was all set up to start with a quick stop and a huge return that put it in a great position to take the lead for the first time on the day. 

San Ramon Valley junior Caden Ridley then struck, taking a screen pass 14 yards to the house from Devitt – his second on the day. Cal Strength never looked back and steamrolled the rest of the day.

Quigley returned and bounced back from an early interception, finding Pittsburg senior Matthew Quesada for a 31-yard touchdown. 

Josh Zeising – a senior linebacker and teammate of Devitt’s at Monte Vista – had a defensive stand on the ensuing possession with a sack, and then capitalized on a botched snap on the punt, getting the ball all the way to the 2-yard line. 

Despite a turnover from Cal Strength the next drive, Cal Strength came through again, this time with Heritage senior Jaden Price making an extraordinary play for an interception. 

One more big play from the Cal Strength team put the nail in the coffin, as Devitt hit Boscia again for a 20-yard touchdown. 

Devitt shined all day long, throwing for a team-high 162 yards and three touchdowns. Quigley, who holds an offer from William & Mary, finished with 88 passing yards.

Boscia – a target of Devitt’s at Monte Vista – could not be stopped to the tune of eight catches for 74 yards and two scores. Ridley was right behind Boscia with 73 yards and one touchdown on five catches, while Quesada had 32 yards and a touchdown, and Monte Vista junior tight end Jack Endries registered 26 receiving yards. 

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Box Score: 

Passing: Jack Quigley – 88 yards, TD. Dyllan Devitt – 162 yards, 3 TD. 

Rushing: Gavin Cribb – 5 carries, 10 yards. Jack Quigley – 4 carries, 18 yards. Micah Avery – 1 carry, -1 yard. 

Receiving: Gavin Cribb – 3 catches, 6 yards. Caden Ridley – 5 catches, 73 yards, TD. Cole Boscia – 8 catches, 74 yards, 2 TD. Matthew Quesada – 2 catches, 32 yards, TD. Jack Endries – 2 catches, 26 yards. Aden Jackson – 1 catch, 20 yards. Judah Sheppard – 2 catches, 3 yards. Micah Avery – 1 catch, 1 yard

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