Freshman Jacob Duldulao rushed for 209 yards and one touchdown on 14 attempts and Justyn Anderson scored two TDs both rushing and receiving to lead Mountain View to a 56-12 rout of visiting Calvary Chapel on Saturday.
Duldulao scored on a 6-yard run in the first quarter to cap an eight-play, 94-yard drive that gave the Saints (3-4, 2-2 2A Southern League) a 6-0 lead. Four of his 14 carries went for more than 20 yards.
“I’m real proud of Jacob,” Mountain View coach Ray LeBoeuf said. “As a freshman to step in and not be afraid is something special to see. It really doesn’t matter who’s on the other side of the ball.”
Anderson caught four passes for 57 yards, including touchdown strikes of 14 and 10 yards from T.J. Engel, and scored on runs of 7 and 5 yards.
Engel completed 5 of 6 passes for 85 yards and three scores. Matthew Larson carried seven times for 97 yards and one touchdown for the Saints, who amassed 433 yards rushing.
Calvary Chapel (1-5, 1-3) scored on 2-yard runs from Cody Taylor and Cody Moreno in the fourth quarter. Taylor and A.J. Davis rushed for 57 yards each to lead the Lions.
■ Indian Springs 56, Sandy Valley 35 — At Sandy Valley, the Thunderbirds (4-1) outlasted the Sidewinders (1-4).
Sandy Valley’s Nathan Plaza tossed two touchdown passes to Chris Scholl and rushed for a touchdown.
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