CCCAA Scores: Top-ranked Fullerton continues to roll with easy win over Orange Coast

Fullerton College moved to 9-0 with its win over Orange Coast on Saturday. (Courtesy Fullerton College Athletics)
Fullerton College moved to 9-0 with its win over Orange Coast on Saturday. (Courtesy Fullerton College Athletics)

CCCAA FOOTBALL: Scoreboard l Standings 

FULLERTON, Calif. - The #1 Hornets took on Orange Coast College at home Saturday afternoon in a SCFA Southern Conference match-up cruising past the Pirates 66-14.

The win holds Fullerton in the #1 spot in the nation at 9-0 overall, while the OCC loss gives them a record of 2-7.

After the Pirate's stalled in the game's first drive, the FC offensive unit did not waste any time scoring. Quarterback Kane Wilson ran the ball, on their first play, for a 30-yard gain, and then RB Gerald Hulett did the rest scoring on the next play from the 13-yardline. QB David Hendricktook the ball into the endzone for a successful two-point conversion. The Hornets led 8-0 at 11:58 in the first quarter.

At the start of the second quarter, OCC's QB Pete Mitchell orchestrated a 4-play scoring drive that ended with a 26-yard TD pass to James Rutledge.

Fullerton quarterback Ladarius Skelton did his thing leading the team on an 8-play drive taking it in himself for a 9-yard score. FC went up 15-7 at 12:05 in the second quarter.

With just over five minutes left in the first half, Wilson struck again. This time it was an 18-yard pass to Robert Downs. FC led 22-7 at the halftime.

The second half was all Hornets as the offense dropped 44 points on the Pirates, who could only muster up a touchdown in junk time.

The FC defense played very well holding Orange Coast 39 total rushing yards and 159 passing yards. Linebacker Roy Oto led the team in tackles with 7 (4 solo / 3 assisted) and had 2 sacks for a loss of 9 yards. Joey Noble also had two sacks and added 2 QB hurries along with a fumble recovery to his stat line. In all, the Hornets had 6 sacks on the day.

(Courtesy Fullerton College Athletics)

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL CONFERENCE leagues
NATIONAL BAY 6
Diablo Valley 44, Contra Costa 16
San Francisco 58, De Anza 0
San Mateo 66, Santa Rosa 21
 
NATIONAL NORCAL
American River 34, Butte 7
Sacramento 42, Feather River 14 
Siskiyous 38, Sierra 0
  
NATIONAL VALLEY
Chabot 45, Sequoias 37
Fresno 37, San Joaquin Delta 20
Laney 40, Modesto 33
  
AMERICAN GOLDEN COAST
Cabrillo 36, Gavilan 20
Hartnell 25, Monterey Peninsula 10
West Hills 27, Reedley 22
  
AMERICAN PACIFIC 7
Los Medanos 24, Redwoods 16
Shasta 57, Foothill 38
  
NONLEAGUE
Merced 37, Yuba 7
 
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL NORTHERN
Canyons 48, Santa Monica 7
Moorpark 25, Cerritos 21
Ventura 48, Bakersfield 38
 
NATIONAL CENTRAL
El Camino 55, Chaffey 28
Mt. San Antonio 45, Los Angeles Harbor 21
Riverside 51, Long Beach 14
 
NATIONAL SOUTHERN 
Fullerton 66, Orange Coast 14
Grossmont 36, Golden West 34
Saddleback 35, Palomar 13
 
AMERICAN PACIFIC
Allan Hancock 21, Antelope Valley 7
Citrus 10, Los Angeles Valley 7
Los Angeles Pierce 40, Santa Barbara 37  (OT)
 
AMERICAN MOUNTAIN
San Bernardino Valley 29, Victor Valley 22
San Diego Mesa 35, Mt. San Jacinto 12
Southwestern 59, Desert 21
 
AMERICAN METRO
East Los Angeles 42, Pasadena 14
Glendale 28, Los Angeles Southwest 24
Santa Ana 42, West Los Angeles 21
 
Byes: Compton, San Jose.

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