Prep football roundup: Epperson’s five TDs clinch Pacheco win

08/29/2014 11:58 PM

09/06/2014 1:03 AM

Juwan Epperson opened his senior season with a night to remember.

The Pacheco High quarterback struck for five touchdowns, including a game-winning rushing score with 2:16 left in the game to seal a 35-29 road victory over Bear River.

The Panthers trailed 22-8 in the first half when Epperson began the comeback charge. He found Frank Ginda for a 61-yard TD pass just before the half. He then hooked up with Lebe Velasquez and Jose DeLaCruz for second-half touchdown passes to give Pacheco a 29-22 lead after three.

Chris Munoz came up with an interception in the last two minutes to seal it.

Stone Ridge Chr. 37, Woodland Chr. 15 in Woodland – Senior running back Bailey Dahlhoff led the Knight ground game with over 200 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns in a road victory over Woodland Christian.

Hilmar 10, Livingston 7 in Livingston – Anthony Deol gave the Wolves (0-1) a 7-0 lead at halftime on a rushing touchdown, but that was it for the Livingston offense.

Hilmar rallied for 10 third-quarter points in that proved the difference in this local-rivalry clash.

Chowchilla 27, Madera South 14 in Madera – Anthony Stewart, Fernando Martinez and Danny Chavez all found the back of the end zone on rushing touchdowns as the Redskins (1-0) never trailed in a road victory over Madera.

Clovis East 32, Golden Valley 25 in Atwater – Golden Valley running back Isaac Montanez had touchdown runs of 65 and 75 yards, but the Cougars couldn't catch Clovis East.

Clovis East jumped out to a 15-0 lead after two touchdown passes from quarterback Trey Semien.

Montanez's two long runs helped Golden Valley trim the lead to 15-13 in the second quarter.

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