La Jolla High School football sneaks past Valley Center 23-20 in home opener

La Jolla coaches and players watch the action from the sidelines.

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Photo by Pearl Preiss


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La Jolla High School’s Vikings football edged the visiting Valley Center Jaguars, 23-20, in the Sept. 13 non-league battle and home opener, which also included extra activities as part of the annual Blast Off event to kick off the sports season. The Vikings’ varsity football team now possess a 1-2 record. They play next when they host Santa Fe Christian of Solana Beach for a non-league battle 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 20. La Jolla will play an Eagles squad coming off a 35-0 non-league loss to Carlsbad. The Santa Fe Christian Eagles record now stands at 1-2.

Max Preps

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