Arcadia punches ticket to the playoffs; South Hills, Glendora finish strong

Arcadia punches ticket to playoffs: Sometimes a little magic is needed to get over the hump and win a crucial game. In Arcadia football’s case, the magician was quarterback Max Davila, and his assistants were the rest of his offensive teammates.
Davila orchestrated an 85-yard game-winning touchdown drive with 32 seconds left in the game to give the Apaches a thrilling 22-16 win over rival Crescenta Valley in Pacific League action on Thursday night.
With the win, Arcadia (7-3, 6-1) clinches at least second place in league and an automatic spot in the Division 11 playoffs.

Glendora finishes second in Palomares: Glendora High made the most of its opportunities Thursday night, rolling to a 35-14 victory over Ayala in a regular-season finale to take second place in the Palomares League.
The victory could be enough to get the Tartans (7-3, 4-1) a first-round home game next weekend when the CIF-SS Division 4 playoffs get underway. The playoff seedings will be announced Sunday.Ayala (5-5, 3-2) will likely hit the road for its Division 7 playoff opener.

Local High School Football Results
Thursday’s games
Del Rio League

Whittier 21, El Rancho 14
Pacific League
Arcadia 22, Crescenta Valley 16
Palomares League
Glendora 35, Ayala 14
South Hills 53, Bonita 0
Crean Lutheran 37, La Canada 14

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Author: accuhunt

Physical Educator and sports coach from 6 years , with degree in sports science and physical education from RLT University in US. Coach of football, skating, hockey and rugby teams. Now working as Sports development officer in Perth city. Contributor of sports training articles to improve sports performance in athletes. Well college football is an place where many inspiring stories surface and touch the heart. It is also a place where the passions of players, desires of coaches and expectations of community meld to form a different atmosphere.

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