HS Football: Tonight's Local Christian School Pigskin Previews

Published on: Sep 25, 2015 @ 11:33 

Linfield Christian in Pasadena against Maranatha

12002035_1907582582799410_5301015608172640926_nThe Lions are off to a great start after improving to 4-0 with a 37-21 thrashing of the Sunbelt league’s Temescal Canyon last week.

 Led by quarterback Clay Maranville, running back Zach Archer and all purpose back Lorenzo Burns, the Lions can strike quickly and often. Linfield is seeking to keep the streak moving forward against the Minutemen.
Maranville is 2-2 and narrowly fell to Arcadia 21-20 last week.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Calvary Murrieta at Holtville
11057467_1650591578530006_205259235276962641_n-610x400Wherever Holtville is, that’s where Calvary Murrieta is headed Friday night. The Warriors are storming through their pre-league schedule racking up an undefeated 4-0 record. Leading the Warrior offense are quarterback Adam Schwab, WR Brayden Campos and running back Micah Roth

Holtville is looking for its first victory of the season and is 0-4. It’s going to take divine interference to beat the Warriors.

Rancho Christian at Horizon Christian

11987116_497967877038718_4230831855648501506_nRancho Christian is shaking off a huge 51-10 loss to Santa Fe Christian at home last week and the Eagles are headed to San Diego to take on Horizon Christian Academy. Rancho Christian is led by quarterback Carter Treadway and
running backs Malosi Napoleon and Jesse Roman.

The Panthers have a record of 1-3 and are coming off a 49-7 thrashing by Santa Clarita Christian.

Cornerstone home against Lighthouse Christian

The Crusaders are 2-2 after beating Palm Valley 48-7 last week. The primarily running offense is led by freshman quarterback Ayden Sotello and running back Wayne Simmons.

The Saints are looking for their first win of the season and are 0-3. LCHS is coming off a disappointing 44-42 loss to Ribet Academy.

Temecula Prep-BYE

File Photos by Carolyn Brazil, Erin Baker & Don McClelland