No. 1 Rams explode for huge 56-0 win over Diablo Valley

Nathan Iskander had a 3-yard TD run in the win over Diablo Valley. (Photo by Eric Sun)
Nathan Iskander had a 3-yard TD run in the win over Diablo Valley. (Photo by Eric Sun)

SAN FRANCISCO – Quarterback Dorian Hale tossed 3 touchdowns and ran in a pair TDs while the Rams' defense held visiting Diablo Valley College scoreless in a dominant 56-0 win by No. 1 state-ranked City College of San Francisco on Saturday at George M. Rush Stadium.

CCSF remains perfect at 8-0 overall and 3-0 in Bay 6 League play with just a pair of games remaining in the regular season.

San Francisco was in command from the start of the contest. CCSF led 14-0 after the first quarter and took a 43-0 lead into halftime.

Coming off a 3 rushing-touchdown game last week, Hale ran in for a pair of 1-yard TDs against the Vikings. He leads the Rams with 10 TDs on the ground this season.

Hale also threw a pair of touchdowns to Jeremiah Crum (44, 25-yards) and tossed a 38-yarder to Max Rodarte. Reserve QB Teddy Booras got in on the action with a 46-yard TD to Brandon Newton late in the fourth quarter.

On the ground, Tyrei Washington ran for a 6-yard TD and Nathan Iskander busted in from 3 yards out to score.

The defense was outstanding for the Rams as it totaled 4 sacks, 11 tackles for loss, and 3 interceptions. Tyler Lepolo led with 8 tackles, including 2 for a loss.

Zone Wierenga, Simeon Mitchell, K'aun Green, and Davion Smith all had sacks for CCSF while Trey Baker, Edward Kofuma-Henry, and Charles Cox III picked off DVC passes.

The Rams will look to move to 9-0 next Saturday (Nov. 4) when they travel to Chabot College for a 1 p.m. Bay 6 League game.