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Prep football: Hart impresses at Saugus tourney

Indians are only undefeated team

Posted: June 30, 2012 1:55 a.m.
Updated: June 30, 2012 1:55 a.m.

Hart High receiver Kaizer Butler, right, surges forward as Moorpark's Chad Hansen closes in Friday at Central Park during the Saugus Under the Lights Tournament.

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Six Foothill teams competed in Saugus’ ninth annual Under the Lights Passing Tournament on Friday with Hart shining the brightest and finishing the day 3-0.


“There are a lot of great teams here that have had a lot of success,” said Hart head coach Mike Herrington. “We wanted to come out and play smart and aggressive.”


Hart was led by both of its young quarterbacks, as junior Connor Wingenroth and sophomore Brady White combined to beat Moorpark, Notre Dame, and Crescenta Valley by scores of 26-20, 24-22, and 32-18, respectively.


Also for the Indians, Trenton Irwin and Weston Fitzpatrick proved to be lethal weapons at the receiver position as they were consistent targets down the field from the quarterbacks.


West Ranch and Valencia also had good showings, both finishing the day 2-1.


From strong play from their quarterback Gerrit Mouw, the Wildcats beat Newbury Park 28-12 and Atascadero 26-24, but fell in their final test to Palmdale 42-18.


Although losing its first game to Thousand Oaks 38-36, Valencia turned it around winning the next two games by scores of 32-6 and 42-12 against Loyola and Sierra Canyon.


Canyon had two tough opening matchups and ended up falling to both Westlake 38-36 and Alemany 44-24. The Cowboys bounced back in their final game of the day beating Eastside 44-24.


Saugus and Golden Valley both struggled and ended up each going 0-3.


Despite the losses to Calabasas, Wilson and Crespi, Centurion starting quarterback Chris Hamilton played well, directing the offense and putting the Centurions in positions to execute.


Golden Valley also had quality play from Chase Lewis.

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