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Frosh-soph Dawgs blank crosstown Hawks
• CHS rolls to 22-0 win over Central Valley
Head coach Darrell Long
Head coach Darrell Long praises Ceres High frosh-soph football players following their season-opening 22-0 shutout of crosstown-rival Central Valley on Aug. 23 at CUSD Stadium.

Ceres High’s frosh-soph football team enjoyed a memorable start to the 2019 season.

The Bulldogs shut out the crosstown-rival Central Valley Hawks 22-0 at CUSD Stadium on Aug. 23.

“I’ve been coaching a long time and I’m so proud of you guys because of the position you put us in in this town,” Ceres High leader Darrell Long said while addressing his players after the game. “It’s time they start seeing red in the paper. It’s time they start seeing red all across this town. Red rules today and red will rule in the years to come.”

The Bulldogs improved to 1-0 overall.

The Hawks dropped to 0-1 on the year.

Ceres High had close to 200 yards of total offense.

Freshman quarterback Landyn Hudson passed for 48 yards and two touchdowns.

He also rushed for 81 yards on seven carries.

Tavion Travis caught three passes for 48 yards and two TDS.

Tarrell Lee-Gill gained 83 yards and scored one touchdown on 16 carries.

The Bulldogs limited the Hawks to less than 50 yards.

Ceres High totaled five sacks versus Central Valley.

Hudson, Colton Cone, Xander Hernandez, Mikey Riveria and Nelvin Norem chipped in with one sack apiece.

Rickey Stanley had one interception.