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Friday night was a big homecoming game for the Wildcats, as they suited up against rival Saratoga. It turned out to be a big night for the passing game as Nick Hirschman threw for 413 yds. and 5 tds. in just over two quarters as the Cats beat Saratoga for the 22nd straight time, 47-0. Andrew Berg set a record with 247 yds. and 4 touchdowns, including consecutive plays of 70 and 69 yards. Jake Hackman-Salazar had 166 yds.with 5 catches and a TD.
Hayden Hibberd threw a TD pass, in relief of Hirschman, to Dionte Cook for the final scoring of the night. The Cats defense played equally as well, recording their second shut out in league play. Joey Vizussi had a monster night with 18 tackles, and Alec Gletzer added 14 of his own. Charlie Zweng recovered two fumbles, and Luke Hollander also had a fumble recovery. Jon Impey kicked 5 of 7 extra points and one he supposedly missed actually cleared the uprights but the ref missed it.
It was a successful homecoming for the Cats as they prepare to take their show on the road for a big game with the Vikings next Friday night in Palo Alto. The season is winding down, but with league games left against Palo Alto, Wilcox, and Milpitas the season really is at the crux right now.
Thanks for all the support throughout the year. Butch