Football: Andreas Solling Throws Four TD Passes in Pasadena’s 48-7 Rout of Glendale; Bulldogs Open Pacific League Play in Style

From STAFF REPORTS For those who continue to overlook the Pasadena High School football program a month into the season, these Bulldogs aren’t going anywhere and they’re not going to lay down for anyone. PHS used a 27-point second quarter to pull away from Glendale in the Pacific League opener and were never challenged. Pasadena […]

From STAFF REPORTS

For those who continue to overlook the Pasadena High School football program a month into the season, these Bulldogs aren’t going anywhere and they’re not going to lay down for anyone.

PHS used a 27-point second quarter to pull away from Glendale in the Pacific League opener and were never challenged.

Pasadena earned the 48-7 road victory behind their 6-foot-3 quarterback, Andreas Solling.

Solling threw four touchdown passes on Friday night, including two to Jeremiah Hutchins in the first half.

Hutchins had north of 80 yards receiving, the two scores and he ran for another.

PHS will travel to Crescenta Valley on Friday at 7.

CV defeated Muir, 31-7, in the Pacific League opener for the Falcons and Mustangs.

Box Score:
PHS: 7-27-14-0
GHS: 0-0-7-0-(7)

Pacific League Scores:
CV 31, Muir 7
Pasadena 48, Glendale 7
Arcadia 45, Burroughs 27
Burbank 44, Hoover 26

Records: Pasadena (3-1 overall, 1-0 in league); Glendale (1-3, 0-1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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