Turnovers hurt Rio Vista in football loss

By From page B2 | September 29, 2012

RIO VISTA — Late turnovers hurt the Rio Vista High football team Friday night in a 32-14 loss to Bradshaw Christian of Sacramento.

Chase Marlowe had both scoring runs for the Rams (2-4), one from a yard out and the other from 22 yards away. He finished the night with 151 yards rushing on 18 carries.

Rio Vista plays again Friday at Encina.

Vanden JV 32, Center 2: At Vanden, Javin White ran for two touchdowns, returned a fumble for a third and threw for a fourth to lead the Vikings to a nonleague victory.

After his fumble return of 23-yards, White had scoring runs of 2 and 6 yards to make it 18-0 at the half. Amari Moore scored on a 4-yard run with White running in the two point conversion and White finished the scoring with a nine yard touchdown pass to Christian Pointer.

“They did a good job bouncing back from last week (in a loss to Napa),” Vikings coach James Burns said. “It was kind of a heart breaking loss where everything went wrong last week, it went right this week.”

Vanden (4-1) open Solano-County Athletic Conference play next week by hosting Bethel.

Fairfield 20, Armijo 14: At Brownlee Field, the Falcons got touchdown runs from Dammoni Quinney and Eric Posey, and a 40-yard fumble return for another score from DeAndre Conner to top the Indians.

Armijo’s scores came on TD runs from Thomas Weisz and Darion Spencer.


Claire Veyriras


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