Football: Crescenta Valley Quarterback Cole Doyle Scores Six Total Touchdowns, Accounts for 460 Yards of Total Offense in 47-28 Pacific League Victory Over Pasadena

By BRIAN REED-BAIOTTO, Sports Editor Another week and another Cole Doyle show for the Crescenta Valley High School football program. Seven days after stretching the Muir defense, the Falcons quarterback stepped up his game even more against visiting Pasadena on Friday night at Glendale High School. Doyle scored six touchdowns (three passing, three rushing) and […]

By BRIAN REED-BAIOTTO, Sports Editor

Another week and another Cole Doyle show for the Crescenta Valley High School football program.

Seven days after stretching the Muir defense, the Falcons quarterback stepped up his game even more against visiting Pasadena on Friday night at Glendale High School.

Doyle scored six touchdowns (three passing, three rushing) and combined for nearly 460 yards of total offense.

Crescenta Valley cruised to a 47-28 victory in week two of Pacific League play, and improved to 5-0 overall.

Pasadena rallied late with 22 second-half points, including 16 in the fourth quarter, but people on both sides would tell you the game wasn’t nearly as close as the score might indicate.

That said, however, Pasadena did not stop fighting until it saw triple zeroes up on the scoreboard.

Back to Doyle for a minute.

He rushed for north of 200 yards and had scoring runs of 5, 71 and 6 yards.

Doyle hit Colby Rees on two scores and Chase Center on another.

Doyle threw for nearly 250 yards before the Falcons offense focused on running out the clock with their ground game.

Pasadena’s Andreas Solling showed signs of how much he’s maturing in his first full year as a varsity quarterback.

Solling threw for nearly 260 yards and three more scores.

In consecutive weeks at Glendale High School, Solling has thrown seven TD passes and was picked once.

The player that people from both sides were talking about was14-year old PHS freshman Mekhi Fox.

This guy is an incredible athlete and he scored on 28-and-41 yard strikes from Solling and then ran a punt back nearly 80 yards.

Jeremiah Hutchins and Solling connected on a 53-yard TD strike as well.

But after falling behind 37-0 to begin the game, even a sizeable comeback wasn’t going to be enough for the Bulldogs.

PHS will host Burbank next Friday at 7, and the Bulldogs would go a long way in their hopes of earning a playoff spot with a victory.

Box Score:
PHS: 0-6-6-16-(28)
CV: 7-30-10-0-(47)

Records: Pasadena (3-2 overall, 1-1 in league); Crescenta Valley (5-0, 2-0)

Pacific League Scores (September 21):
Muir 67, Hoover 7
CV 47, PHS 28
Arcadia 45, Burbank 28
Burroughs 45, Glendale 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

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