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2015 Football Schedule

Week 01 Yorba Linda
Week 02 Brea Olinda
Week 03 El Dorado
Week 04 Troy
Week 05 Laguna Hills

Week 06 Kennedy*
Week 07 Western*
Week 08 Cypress*
Week 09 Tustin*
Week 11 Pacifica*

Tigers devour seconds 19-13 Gritty Valencia avenges its lone defeat to earn its first berth in the finals since 1992.

The Orange County Register

PLACENTIA - Valencia coach Mike Marrujo said one of the hardest things to do is beat a team twice in one season. The Tigers' lone loss this season was a 35-28 dogfight against Kennedy on Oct. 21. Valencia bounced back from that loss and upset Orange Lutheran two weeks later. The Tigers' confidence has been soaring ever since, and they continued to ride that momentum to a 19-13 victory over Kennedy in the semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section Division VI football playoffs on Friday night at Valencia High.

"I've been in this situation before," Marrujo said, "and beating somebody twice in one season is extremely hard. I'm glad we were in the position we were in." The Tigers (12-1) are in the finals for the first time since winning back-to-back titles in 1991 and '92. Valencia faces the winner of tonight's Newport Harbor-Tustin game. The Tigers had a 9-6 lead at the half and took a 19-6 lead early in the fourth quarter after D.J. Russell's 25-yard field goal, but Kennedy made things interesting down the stretch.

The Fighting Irish (11-2) got great field position after Valencia's punter shanked a punt to give Kennedy the ball at Valencia's 46-yard line. Kennedy quarterback Kyle Olson completed 5 of 6 passes on the drive, including a 4-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Smart to cut the lead to 19-13 with 5:09 left. Kennedy's defense forced a three-and-out, and it looked as if the Fighting Irish had the momentum and plenty of time left to make a run. Valencia's punt was about to roll dead at its 43, but Smart tried to pick it up and run. He couldn't get a handle on the ball and fumbled it. Valencia's Joe Castillo recovered with 3:26 left.

Kennedy had one more chance when it took over at its 21 with 1:27 remaining, but Valencia's defense stopped the Fighting Irish on fourth down at midfield. Alex Garcia(20 carries, 100 yards) scored on a 9-yard run early in the second quarter to give the Tigers a 7-0 advantage. Olson hooked up with Robert Archuleta for a 30-yard scoring pass, but Kennedy missed the extra-point attempt and trailed, 7-6.

The Tigers added two more points when Valencia sophomore defensive tackle Zach Johnson sacked Olson in the end zone late in the first half for a safety. Valencia's Ray Magee caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Luis Cruz on the Tigers' opening possession of the second half. Magee also had two interceptions. Valencia's star running back, Wes Fletcher, who had 77 yards on 11 carries in the first half, left the game late in the second quarter because of a concussion. Marrujo said Fletcher is expected to play in the finals.

Kennedy 0 6 0 7 - 13
Valencia 0 9 7 3 - 19

Val - Garcia 9 run (Russell kick)
Ken - Archuleta 30 pass from Olson (kick failed)
Val - Safety, Olson tackled in end zone by Johnson
Val - Magee 24 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val - FG Russell 25
Ken - Smart 4 pass from Olson (Guardado kick)


Rushing- Ken, Smart 4-13, Olson 2-6; Val, Garcia 20-100, Fletcher 11-77.
Passing- Ken, Olson 20-34-2-207; Val, Cruz 6-9-0-76.
Receiving- Ken, Archuleta 6-76, Salazar 4-66; Val, Cormier 3-41, Magee 2-29.

Valencia secures share of league title 49-14

Special to the Register

PLACENTIA - Wes Fletcher and Ray Magee each scored three touchdowns to lead Valencia to a 49-14 victory over Cypress on Thursday night at Valencia High to earn at least a share of the Empire League championship. Coin tosses were scheduled to take place at Kennedy High following Valencia's and Kennedy's games, to break a possible three-way tie. Kennedy beat Loara, 35-7, and is tied with Valencia at 9-1 overall and 4-1 in the league. Orange Lutheran (8-1 and 3-1) plays tonight.

According to Valencia's athletic director Kevin McConnell the results of the coin flips would not be announced until they were reported to the CIF. After the Tigers were penalized on their first two plays from scrimmage, Fletcher raced 92 yards for a touchdown giving Valencia a 7-0 lead. On the Centurions' ensuing possession Magee intercepted a Cypress pass and returned it 47 yards for a score to increase the lead to 14-0. Later in the quarter, Luis Cruz tossed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Magee as the Tigers led, 21-0, after 9 minutes of play.

However, Cypress countered with two Matt Kanuse touchdown passes to Anthony Jackson in the first six-minutes of the second quarter and trimmed the Tigers' lead to 21-14. Valencia regrouped later in the quarter as Fletcher scored on a 7-yard run, putting the Tigers up 28-14 at the half."We flattened out after we led 21-0, but we picked up the intensity and played with emotion," Valencia coach Mike Marrujo said.

Valencia scored three touchdowns in the first six minutes of the third-quarter to break the game open. Fletcher returned the second-half kickoff 82 yards to the Centurions 1-yard line. He scored on the next play. Four plays following Magee's second interception, Cruz scored on a 4-yard run. Cruz then threw a 20-yard TD pass to Magee.

Cypress 0 14 0 0 - 14
Valencia 21 7 21 0 - 49

Val - Fletcher 92 run (Russell kick)
Val - Magee 47 interception return (Russell kick)
Val - Magee 15 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Cyp - Jackson 26 pass from Kanuse (Curry kick)
Cyp - Jackson 34 pass from Kanuse (Curry kick)
Val - Fletcher 7 run (Russell kick)
Val - Fletcher 1 run (Russell kick)
Val - Cruz 4 run (Russell kick)
Val - Magee 20 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)


Rushing- Cyp, Thomas 11-65; Val, Fletcher 16-193
Passing- Cyp, Kanuse 6-17-4-129; Val, Cruz 7-8-0-96
Receiving- Cyp, Jackson 2-60, C. Parga 2-46; Val, Magee 4-45, Cormier 2-42

Valencia in charge The Tigers' 25-14 victory ends Orange Lutheran's winning streak in league.

The Orange County Register

BREA - The empire struck back Friday night at Brea Olinda. Valencia ended Orange Lutheran's dominance of the Empire League with a 25-14 victory. Orange Lutheran (8-1, 3-1), the county's No. 3 team, hadn't lost an Empire League game since joining the league four years ago. By running the ball, Valencia (8-1, 3-1) rolled the credits on Lutheran's streak that started long, long ago.

"We knew we had to play our best game against them," Valencia coach Mike Marrujo said. "We did. We were solid on both sides of the ball. This is best I've seen this team play." The Tigers didn't save the best for last. Valencia used a sweet 16-play opening drive to take a 7-0 lead with 5:36 remaining in the first half. The Tigers controlled the first half with a time-consuming offense.

"They did a tremendous job on offense in the first half," Lutheran coach Jim Kunau said. "We barely had two possessions in the first half." Valencia isn't the king of the Empire League quite yet. There is a three-way tie atop the Empire League (Kennedy, Valencia and Orange Lutheran). Each team has one loss.

Ray Magee's 62-yard catch from quarterback Luis Cruz (8 for 14 for 151 yards) with 3:01 remaining in the fourth iced the game. Magee's touchdown catch put the score at 25-14. "I would single out (Magee) but this was a team win," Marrujo said. "(Magee was) just a big player making a big play," Kunau said.

Valencia kicker DJ Russellhit two field goals (35, 37), the second of which gave the Tigers a 19-7 lead with 10:04 remaining in the third. Wes Fletcher was the game's leading rusher. He ran for 103 yards on 22 carries. The Lancers played stout defense in the second half but couldn't summon enough offense. The Tiger defense and several penalties prevented Lutheran from the end zone.

Lancers quarterback Aaron Corpcompleted 10 of 20 passes for 109 yards and ran for 24 more. Lutheran was down, 16-7, when Corp was intercepted by Jeremiah Rodriguez on the second play from scrimmage in the third quarter. Ricky Pemasa intercepted a Cruz pass with 2:23 left in the third. "They just outplayed and outcoached us," Kunau said. "They deserve all the credit in the world." And the empire.

Valencia 7 9 3 6 - 25
OLu 0 7 0 7 - 14

Val - Fletcher 4 run (Russell kick)
Val - Torres 35 from Cruz (kick failed)
OL - Davis 11 from Corp (Rammelsberg kick)
Val - FG Russell 35
Val - FG Russell 37
OL - Corp 1 run
Val - Magee 62 pass from Cruz (kick blocked)


Rushing- Val, Fletcher 22-103, Torres 9-41; OL, Pemesa 11-32, Corp 7-24
Passing- Val, Cruz 8-14-1-151; OL, Corp 10-20-1-109
Receiving- Val, Magee 4-82, Torres 2-41; OL, Cadreau 5-75, Ayles 2-15

Valencia bounces back 38-6

Special to the Register

PLACENTIA - Entering Thursday night's Empire League game against Loara, Valencia football coach Mike Marrujo said he would find out what his team was made of after the Tigers suffered their first loss of the season last week to Kennedy. Wes Fletcher scored three touchdowns as Valencia responded with a 38-6 victory over the Saxons at Valencia High. "We played a lot cleaner tonight," Marrujo said. "We didn't turn the ball over, and we didn't have the penalties that we did last week. I'm very pleased with our performance."

In the first quarter, Jessie Camarena's interception led to DJ Russell's 27-yard field goal that gave the Tigers a 3-0 lead. Later in the quarter, Valencia marched 76 yards in seven plays to take a 10-0 lead. Alex Garcia finished the drive with a 7-yard run. The Tigers (7-1, 2-1) upped their lead in the second quarter to 17-0 on a 67-yard touchdown pass from Luis Cruz to Ray Magee. Magee finished with five catches for 109 yards and a TD .

The Saxons' second turnover of the game led to another Valencia score. This time Ken Cormier intercepted a pass and returned it 50 yards to the Loara 29. Fletcher scored four plays later to give the Tigers a 24-0 lead at halftime. Fletcher added two touchdown runs in the second half. He finished with 97 yards rushing on 18 carries. The Saxons (2-6, 1-2) had scoring opportunities in the first half but turned the ball over twice in Tigers territory and failed to score from the Valencia 1 late in the half. Garrett DeFries scored on a 1-yard run late in the fourth-quarter for Loara's lone score.

Loara 0 0 0 6 - 6
Valencia 10 14 7 7 - 38

Val - Russell 27 FG
Val - Garcia 7 run (Russell kick)
Val - Magee 67 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val - Fletcher 4 run (Russell kick)
Val - Fletcher 3 run (Russell kick)
Val - Fletcher 27 run (Russell kick)
Loa - DeFries 1 run (run failed)


Rushing- Loa, Acosta 7-72, DeFries 20-82; Val, Fletcher 18-97, Garcia 3-43,
Passing- Loa, Acosta 4-12-2-8; Val, Cruz 8-10-0-136
Receiving- Loa, Lorah 3-5; Val, Magee 5-109, Pitts 2-28

Cruz passes Valencia to victory over Katella 38-0

Special to the Register

PLACENTIA - The fireworks display at halftime of Friday's homecoming game for Valencia was nothing compared with the fireworks the Tigers produced on the field. Quarterback Luis Cruz's four first-half touchdown passes helped No. 9 Valencia (6-0, 1-0) down Katella, 38-0, in the Empire League opener for both teams.

"I haven't had many first halves like that," Cruz said. "My receivers were making plays, my linemen did a fine job protecting me. "Without them it wasn't possible." Cruz finished the game with five touchdown passes - two to wide receiver Ray Magee. "Me and (Cruz) have a great relationship on the field," Magee said.

Katella (3-3, 0-1) was hampered by four first-half turnovers. All of them occurred on fumbles on the center-to-quarterback exchange. The Knights trailed at halftime, 31-0. The Tigers defense, which came into Friday's game giving up only 6.8 points per game, recorded its fourth shutout of the season. Valencia will be on the road next week for an interleague showdown with Kennedy. "We have to get ready this week for (Kennedy) and keep this thing rolling," Cruz said.
Katella 0 0 0 0 - 0
Valencia 14 17 0 7 - 38

Val - Magee pass from Cruz (kick good)
Val - Cormier pass from Cruz (kick good)
Val - field goal
Val - Magee pass from Cruz (kick good)
Val - Pitts pass from Cruz (kick good)
Val - Garcia pass from Cruz (kick good)

Valencia cruises past Irvine, 31-0

The Orange County Register

IRVINE - Valencia quarterback Luis Cruz and his teammates handled the blitz with flying colors Friday night against Irvine. Cruz got the protection he needed, throwing two touchdown passes to lead the Tigers to a 31-0 nonleague victory at Irvine High. Cruz completed 9 of 17 passes for 242 yards, and Wes Fletcher rushed for 146 yards on 22 carries and one touchdown.

Wide receiver Ray Magee also came through for Valencia, hauling in five catches for 155 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown catch on the final play of the second quarter. "They were blitzing everyone and manning up (playing man-to-man defensively)," Valencia coach Mike Marrujo said. "And Ray was making the plays. "He made that big play right before the half which certainly was a real boost for us."

Valencia (5-0) took a 3-0 lead on a 31-yard field goal by D.J. Russell with 5:25 left in the first quarter. Fletcher's 8-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter gave the Tigers a 10-0 lead. Valencia then delivered the knockout blow against Irvine (3-2).

The Tigers advanced to the Irvine 28-yard line with one second left in the first half. Cruz then connected with Magee as time expired, putting the Tigers ahead, 17-0, at halftime. Valencia took a 24-0 lead when Cruz hit Josh Racobs on a 50-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. "I knew we were capable of doing it, I didn't know if we were going to come out and play like this," Cruz said.

Valencia 3 14 7 7 - 31
Irvine 0 0 0 0 - 0

Val - FG Russell 31
Val - Fletcher 8 run (Russell kick)
Val - Magee 28 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val - Racobs 50 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val - Torres 33 run (Russell kick)


Rushing- Val Fletcher 22-146, Torres 3-41; Irv Gately 12-4; Crumlich 1-7
Passing- Val Cruz 9-17-0-242; Irv Whitsell 5-28-1-85
Receiving- Val Magee 5-155, Racobs 1-50; Irv Souder 4-72, Pfeifer 1-13

Valencia wins easily over Sonora 51-12

The Orange County Register

LA HABRA - Any thoughts of a letdown for Valencia after its hard-fought, down-to-the-wire victory over rival El Dorado last week were put to rest immediately in the Tigers game against Sonora on Friday. The Tigers scored touchdowns on four of their first five possessions en route to a 51-12 nonleague victory at La Habra High.

Wes Fletcher rushed for 139 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries, and quarterback Luis Cruz completed 11 of 14 passes for 179 yards and two scores to help the Tigers (4-0) rack up 415 yards of offense. Fletcher, who sat out the fourth quarter, scored on runs of 1, 5 and 56 yards. Ken Cormier was on the receiving end of Cruz's two touchdown passes.

Valencia was just as sharp on defense, holding the Raiders to 83 yards of total offense. Recording sacks for the Tigers were Mark Luna, Andrew Zamora, Jacob Parker and Dave Torres. The highlights for Sonora (2-2) were a 75-yard interception return for a touchdown by Zack Klingfus and a 14-yard scoring toss from Joseph Garcia to Fred Porter.

Valencia 21 14 9 7 - 51
Sonora 0 12 0 0 - 12

Val-Fletcher 1 run (Russell kick)
Val-Cruz 1 run (Russell kick)
Val-Cormier 28 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val-Fletcher 56 run (Russell kick)
Son-Porter 14 pass from Garcia (kick blocked)
Son-Klingfus 75 interception return (pass failed)
Val-Cormier 25 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val-Fletcher 5 run (Russell kick)
Val-Safety Garcia tackled in end zone
Val-Schmidt 2 run


Rushing - Val, Fletcher 18-139, Cox 1-23; Son, Rooks 8-37, Klingfus 3-6
Passing - Val, Cruz 11-15-1-179; Son, Garcia 4-8-0-43
Receiving - Val, Magee 6-103, Cormier 2-53; Son, Klingfus 2-24, Porter 1-14

Valencia's late stop nets a 17-16 victory

The Orange County Register

PLACENTIA - Valencia came away with a down-to-the-wire 17-16 victory over crosstown rival El Dorado in a non- league game Friday at Valencia High. However, a decision by Tigers coach Mike Marrujo before a down was played might have factored into the victory more than anything else. CIF rules require that both coaches agree before the game to play overtime in the event of a tie after four quarters.

Marrujo chose not to play overtime. So when a 23-yard touchdown pass from El Dorado quarterback Raymond Contreras to Matt Cardenas made the score 17-16 with just under two minutes remaining, the Golden Hawks went for two points but failed on the potential winning conversion. Valencia (3-0) recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock.

"This is our rival, and we were going for a win," El Dorado coach Jeff Bailey said. "We weren't going to come out of here with a tie." The Golden Hawks (0-3) would not have been in position to go for the victory if Nolan Sheldon hadn't blocked a punt that gave El Dorado the ball at the Valencia 23. The Golden Hawks scored on the next play.

The Tigers took a 17-10 lead on an 18-yard touchdown pass from Luis Cruz to Ken Cormier with 3:58 remaining. "I think my kids played really well in the second half," Marrujo said. "It really was a mental thing more than anything else." El Dorado's Craig Leyton led all rushers with 140 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries.

Valencia 0 7 3 7 - 17
El Dorado 7 3 0 6 - 16

ED - Leyton 6 run (Hilgenburg kick)
Val - Magee 11 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
ED - FG Hilgenburg 28
Val - FG Russell 28
Val - Cormier 18 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
ED - Cardenas 23 pass from Contreras (pass failed)


Rushing - Val, Fletcher 23-66, Torres 4-49; ED, Leyton 25-140, Van Holland 1-4
Passing - Val, Cruz 11-20-0-144; ED, Contreras 5-19-1-76
Receiving - Val, Cormier 4-75, Magee 4-50; ED, Cardenas 2-35, Long 1-30

Valencia scores knockout over Los Amigos 28-6

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The Orange County Register

PLACENTIA - Valencia coach Mike Marrujo was expecting a battle Friday night. Los Amigos is the consensus pick of the Garden Grove League coaches to win the league title. And traditionally, the Lobos, Marrujo said, always seem to make the Tigers earn every yard.

But in this nonleague game, Los Amigos' defense couldn't keep up with Wes Fletcher, Valencia's 6-foot, 180-pound sophomore running back. Fletcher rushed for 175 yards on 24 carries, including a 5-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter, to help lead Valencia to a 28-6 victory. "The line blocked very well for him (Fletcher) tonight and opened up some pretty big holes," Marrujo said. "But he is a very hard runner."

Three of Fletcher's 12 carries in the first half were for more than 20 yards. In the second quarter, he sprinted 48 yards, giving Valencia (2-0) a first down at the Los Amigos 33. The Tigers failed to score on that drive. However, Valencia's first three possessions ended with touchdowns. Luis Cruz, the Tigers' senior quarterback, found Ray Magee in the end zone for two scores. Cruz completed nine of 13 attempts for 124 yards and three touchdowns. Magee led Valencia's receivers with 94 yards on five catches.

"We are 2-0, but we are taking everything one game at time. You have to do that," Marrujo said. "However, overall, I am happy with where the team is at right now." Los Amigos (1-1) struggled offensively, and its first four drives ended in punts.
But with nine seconds left in the first half, Manuel Castaneda ran around the left side of the line and into the end zone from the 4-yard line, giving the Lobos their only points of the game. Tim Niumata rushed for 59 yards on 12 carries to lead Los Amigos.

Los Amigos 0 6 0 0 - 6
Valencia 7 14 7 0 - 28

Val- Magee 10 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val- Racobs 9 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
Val- Magee 27 pass from Cruz (Russell kick)
LA- Castaneda 4 run (kick failed)
Val- Fletcher 5 run (Russell kick)


Rushing- LA, Niumata 12-59, Castaneda 12-54; Val, Fletcher 24-175, Cruz 4-24.
Passing- LA, Castaneda 4-14-1-58; Val, 9-13-0-124.
Receiving- LA, Niumata Tellez 1-38, 2-18; Val, Magee 5-94, Racobs 3-23.

Valencia's run defense shuts down Villa Park 17-0

The Orange County Register

ORANGE - Valencia football coach Mike Marrujo watched Villa Park last week and had a message for his team for their season opener Friday against the Spartans: Stop the run. Valencia's defense did just that, holding Villa Park to 21 yards rushing in the Tigers' 17-0 nonleague victory in front of an estimated 3,500 at El Modena. Last week against Righetti, Villa Park's Derek Hines and Steve Munoz combined for 368 yards rushing. Marrujo joked that it seemed like the Spartans scored "five 50-yard runs in a row."

The Spartans' longest run Friday was 12 yards. "I was pleased," Marrujo said. "We played really good run defense." Villa Park (1-1) finished with 49 yards of total offense. The Tigers' defensive line featured a rotation of Joe Becerra, Jon Hamilton, Mark Luna and Zach Johnson. None started last season, but they were part of a strong effort Friday.

Valencia got two sacks from Dave Torres and one from Ray Magee. "They're always solid," Villa Park coach Pat Mahoney said of Valencia.

Valencia's offense put together two long scoring drives and piled up 300 total yards on the night. Late in the first quarter, Magee capped an 11-play, 64-yard drive with a leaping 17-yard touchdown reception in the back of the end zone on a third-and-goal pass from Luis Cruz.

Valencia put together a 13-play, 68-yard scoring drive in the second quarter. Valencia inserted Wes Fletcher at running back and the sophomore sparked the drive. Cruz converted a fourth-and-2 at the Villa Park 9 with a 3 yard run, setting up Fletcher's 3-yard run with 4:03 left before halftime. Magee nearly made it a 20-point lead before halftime, but his interception return into the end zone was nullified by a roughing the passer penalty.

Valencia 7 7 0 3 - 17
Villa Park 0 0 0 0 - 0

Val-- Magee 17 pass from Cruz (Roberts kick)
Val -- Fletcher 3 run (Roberts kick)
Val -- FG Roberts 27


Rushing - Val, Fletcher, 25-125, Cruz, 7-22; VP, Hines, 10-38, Privitelli, 3-6
Passing - Val, Cruz, 15-26-0-124; VP, Wilkerson, 4-14-0-28
Receiving - Val, Racobs, 5-29, Cormier, 3-42, Magee, 3-38; VP, Pohlen, 2-23, Alvarez, 1-5

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Cypress 3-2-0 7-3-0
Kennedy 0-5-0 2-8-0
Pacifica 4-1-0 9-1-0
Tustin 3-2-0 8-2-0
Valencia 4-1-0 6-4-0
Western 1-4-0 4-6-0

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