CHARTER OAK WINS BIG: Kory Brown threw for 414 yards and four touchdowns and the Chargers won their fourth consecutive game with a 41-18 victory over host South Hills in a Sierra League football encounter Thursday at Covina District Field.
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COVINA — Charter Oak High School’s slow start is a distant memory.
Kory Brown threw for 414 yards and four touchdowns and the Chargers won their fourth consecutive game with a 41-18 victory over host South Hills in a Sierra League football encounter Thursday night at Covina District Field.
Zion Echols also rushed for 129 yards for Charter Oak, which improved to 4-4 overall and 3-0 in league play. The Chargers also held the Huskies under 200 yards.
Adam Goss accounted for 237 yards and two touchdowns for the Huskies, who slipped to 3-5 and 1-2.
Charter Oak coach Lou Farrar: “It’s a heckuva job trying to get to .500. I’m just happy our kids have put it together. We always talk about league, and how the second five games are the important (part of the season). We’re on a drive. We’ve got our head down and we’re going to keep driving.”
South Hills coach Albert Rodriguez: “We thought we had put ourselves in good position (late in the first quarter). But you have to credit Kory Brown. He did a great job extending plays. There where times we seemed to have him, but we couldn’t get off the field on third and long.”
– Steve Ramirez
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