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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 lC AND LL i Shannon Morrow got the ball off. The first was scoreboard with a 3-yard to their lead midway through zone on a 4th-and-10play that ton's hopes and locked the Sports Editor a 3rd-and-ll that Mario Ro- touchdown run, but Hamil-the third quarter, with what was called back for an illegal victory for the Tigers. driguez made a diving catch ton answered back with a turned out to be a decisive 34- block, Hamilton scored on Portola totaled 200 yards With a beautiful new score- for, and then Evan Hunger-touchdown and a field goal to yard field goal by Rodriguez. 4th-and-5 with a leaping on the ground. Heskett car- board in use for its first ever ford caught another first take a 10-7 lead. Rodriguez was also 4-for-4 touchdown catch, ried the ball 31 times for 111 game, the Portola High down on a 2nd-and-20 play.On Portola's next drive, the on his PATs, and four of his The Tigers were forced to yards, and Williams rushed School football team chris- Selvaggio completed 11 of Tigers faced 4th-and-3, but six kickoffs went into the end punt on their next posses-seven times for 76 yards. tened it with a thrilling 39-36 15 passes for 258 yards, with got the first down with hard zone for touchbacks, forcing sion, and Hamilton scored Hungerford registered four victory over Hamilton last three touchdowns and one in- count that drew Hamilton off- H milton to begin their drj, again with a short pass that receptions for 138 yards, and Friday. terception early in the game. side. This set up a 7-yard veg at their own 20-yard line. was carried a long way into Rodriguez recorded five "We battled all night," said "As a junior quarterback, touchdown pass to Hunger-Late in the third quarter, the end zone. catches for 98 yards. Portola coach Steve Heskett. Selvaggio played about as ford. H a nilton scored on a passing This gave Hamilton a 36-32On defense, Williams, Ro- "We played four quarters of good of game as anybody's Hamilton responded with aplay with a long run around lead with 5:06 remaining in driguez and Selvaggio led in football." played in that position in a touchdown pass of their own the right side. per- the game, but the Tigers put tackles and assists. Ro- Down 36-32 in the waninglong time," said Heskett. to retake the lead late in the fectly mirrored the score on together that dramatic final driguez and Derrick Lema minutes of the fourth quar- "He's getting better everysecond quarter, th$ first play of the fourth drive to score the winningeach earned a sack. ter, Portola put together a week, which will make us With just eight secondsleft quarter, when Hungerford touchdown. Portola's junior varsity dramatic final drive that end- tough down the road." in the first half, Selvaggio catight a short pass and ran it With 1:32 left on the clock, team also won 14-6, improv, ed with a 35-yard touchdown The entire night was found Rodriguez for a 25-yard 65 yards into the exact same a good field goal kicker, and ing their record to 4-0. run by Klint Williams. marked by big plays on both touchdown pass, and then corner of the end zone. the ball at their 40-yard line, For Portola's homecoming The winning score was set sides of the ball and the lead Williams scored the 2-point This gave Portola a 32-23Hamilton had a decent football game this Friday, up by two exciting pass plays changed six times, conversion to give Portola a lead early in the fourth quar- chance to tie or even win the there will be no JV game, so in which quarterback Piero Kyle Heskett put the first22-16 lead at halftime, ter, but Hamilton refused to game, until an interception the varsity game will begin Selvaggio was hit just as he first-ever points on the new The Portola Tigers added die. 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