Saturday football roundup: Windsor edges Washington (Fremont)


Teddy Tevaras caught a touchdown pass and kicked three field goals Saturday night to lead visiting Windsor to a 29-23 victory over Washington in Fremont.

Tevaras’ field goals were from 25, 27 and 42 yards. The junior’s TD came on a 10-yard pass from Colin McAlvain.
The Jaguars led 15-0 after one quarter and 23-6 at halftime. They were outscored 17-6 after intermission.

“We played a great first half but just went through the motions in the second half,” coach Vic Amick said. “We ran the ball with a lot of success in the first half but didn’t play with much emotion after that. We didn’t play four quarters of football.”

Hunter Hanson (10-yard run) and Demitri Atkin (1-yard run) also scored touchdowns for Windsor (2-2).

The Jaguars open NBL play next Friday at Rancho Cotate. After that, they visit Maria Carrillo and Ukiah.


Isiah King had a big day on both sides of the ball while leading Lower Lake to a 40-14 nonleague victory over host Upper Lake on Saturday.

King put his team ahead for good with a 69-yard interception return late in the second quarter, and then ran for a 70-yard score in the opening minute of the third quarter. King finished with 120 rushing yards on four carries. His interception was one of three defensive touchdowns scored by the Trojans. Both Kyle Lampela and Brendan Manginer recovered fumbles in the end zone.

Lower Lake led 13-7 at halftime and outscored Upper Lake 27-8 in the second half.

“We started playing better in the second half because the kids finally relaxed,” coach Justin Gaddy said.

Eric Moreno had a big game for the Trojans. He gained 147 yards on 10 carries with a touchdown and was credited with six tackles on defense. Ryan Dahneke had eight solo tackles and assisted on seven others. Upper Lake’s Ian Seevers gained 128 yards on 30 carries.

“Lower Lake had more depth than we have,” Upper Lake coach Alex Stabiner said. “When they scored early in the third quarter, my guys got deflated. We didn’t react well to adversity.”

Upper Lake is 0-3 heading into NCL II play. Lower Lake is now 2-1and competes in the NCL I.

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