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Agassi Prep erupts for 43 points in second quarter of 63-20 win

Stephan Laushaul rushed for 249 yards and four touchdowns, and Agassi Prep exploded for 43 points in the second quarter on the way to a 63-20 victory over Mountain View on Friday at Rancho.

Kobe Williams supplied 173 yards rushing, 84 yards receiving and three scores for the Stars (4-1, 3-0 Division III Southern League), who defeated Mountain View for the first time since 2010.

“It’s very gratifying to have Stephan and Kobe be a 1-2 punch,” Agassi Prep coach Ben Fermon said. “We knew schools would come in and try to take (Williams) out. We had to have someone else to turn to.”

Agassi Prep ran only seven offensive plays during the second quarter but pulled away thanks to three big plays on special teams.

After the Saints (2-3, 1-2) closed to within 28-20 on a 20-yard touchdown pass by Ian Locke to Greg Tomaino, Jonas Patterson returned the ensuing kickoff 62 yards for a score. Williams ran in the 2-point conversion to give the Stars a 36-20 lead with 1:54 remaining in the first half.

Mountain View’s Connor LeBoeuf then fumbled on the kickoff return, and James Showers recovered to set up Kameron Burrell’s 27-yard pass to Williams that put the Stars up 43-20 at halftime.

Laushaul had touchdown runs of 33, 19 and 39 yards in the third quarter. The Stars finished with 440 yards rushing.

Locke passed for 203 yards and three touchdowns for the Saints, and LeBoeuf finished with four receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns.

■ Needles 55, Calvary Chapel 0 — At Calvary Chapel, Kobee McCorkle gained 114 yards on 12 carries and scored three touchdowns to fuel the Mustangs.

McCorkle scored on runs of 28 and 15 yards and added a 2-yard receiving TD as Needles led 37-0 at halftime.

The Mustangs held Calvary Chapel to 27 yards. The Lions had 1 yard in the first half, including minus-7 rushing.

Ben Tanner finished with 33 yards on 12 carries for Calvary Chapel (0-4, 0-3).

— Ashton Ferguson

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