Pasadena Poly routs Maranatha; South Pas turnovers lead to Eagle Rock loss

Pasadena Poly dominates MaranathaPasadena Poly High School continued its scoring frenzy and the defense held Maranatha to less than 10 yards rushing as the Panthers downed host Maranatha 29-0 for a nonleague victory Thursday night.
The Panthers have scored 191 points in the last five games and improved to 4-1-1 on the season. Maranatha fell to 4-2.
“We saw kind of an opportunity to run the ball and thought that could be successful for us,” Poly coach Chris Schmoke said. “Once we got rolling downhill, we just kept going and the offensive line did a great job, along with (Cameron) McFarlane.”

South Pasadena turnovers lead to loss: The South Pasadena football team had momentum going into halftime, intercepting Eagle Rock twice and nailing a field goal for a four-point lead.
Then they started to unravel.
The Eagles intercepted the Tigers on each of their first four possessions and converted two of them into scores to snap host South Pasadena’s three-game win streak with a 35-17 loss in its final nonleague game.

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