Riverside City downs Saddleback, 56-25, in battle of unbeatens; All CCCAA scores here

(Photo by Bobby R. Hester)
(Photo by Bobby R. Hester)

CCCAA Football: Scoreboard l Standings

By  Press-Enterprise

MISSION VIEJO - Jacob Barlage is at ease with conflict and confrontation.

The 6-foot-4 freshman quarterback passed for four touchdowns and ran for another as Riverside City College finished the regular season unbeaten with a 56-25 victory over Saddleback College on Saturday night to claim the Southern California Football Association National Southern League title.

"Like they say in the war, 'It's through the air and on the ground,' and we've got them both going," said Barlage, a Valley View High graduate.

Barlage's 310 passing yards accounted for over half of the 613 total yards for Riverside (10-0 overall, 5-0 Southern League), which earned the No. 1 seed in the upcoming SCFA Playoffs beginning next weekend.

"We had to play a complete game in every phase because Saddleback is an outstanding football team, and this was a great matchup between two undefeated teams. It's too bad one team had to come up short," Riverside City head coach Tom Craft said.

Thomas Kinslow led all players with 174 rushing yards on 23 carries, and Reggie Retzlaff had five receptions for 100 yards and two touchdowns for Riverside, which remained one of only two unbeaten teams in Southern California.

"This means a lot to us. Being 10-and-0 really shows how much we've worked as a team," Retzlaff said.

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NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
NATIONAL BAY 6
Laney 41, Chabot 21
San Mateo 45, San Francisco 31
Santa Rosa 30, Diablo Valley 27

NATIONAL NORCAL
American River 51, Feather River 20
Butte 37, Shasta 20
Sierra 28, Siskiyous 2

NATIONAL VALLEY
Fresno 38, West Hills 14
Modesto 48, San Joaquin Delta 21
Sequoias 10, Sacramento 7

AMERICAN GOLDEN COAST
Reedley 52, Hartnell 34
Merced 27, Gavilan 20
Monterey Peninsula 45, Cabrillo 42

AMERICAN PACIFIC 7
De Anza 31, Yuba 18
Foothill 34, Los Medanos 3

NONLEAGUE
Redwoods 56, San Jose 17
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL NORTHERN
Canyons 24, Bakersfield 7
East Los Angeles 48, Moorpark 45
Ventura 30, Long Beach 26
  
NATIONAL CENTRAL
Cerritos 42, El Camino 40
Mt. San Antonio 20, Fullerton 13
San Diego Mesa 41, Palomar 21
  
NATIONAL SOUTHERN 
Golden West 33, Grossmont 7
Riverside 56, Saddleback 25
Southwestern 41, Orange Coast 0
  
AMERICAN PACIFIC
Allan Hancock 42, Los Angeles Harbor 7
Los Angeles Pierce 34, Santa Monica 27
Pasadena 35, Santa Barbara 0
  
AMERICAN MOUNTAIN
Mt. San Jacinto 43, Citrus 42  (OT)       
San Bernardino Valley 38, Desert 0
Antelope Valley 60, Victor Valley 33
  
AMERICAN METRO
Los Angeles Southwest 41,Glendale 34
Santa Ana 55, Los Angeles Valley 21
Compton at West Los Angeles, no contest
Byes: Chaffey, Contra Costa.