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Mitty Monarchs vs Valley Christian Warriors – GetSportsFocus Football 2013

Posted November 29, 2013 by in – After a thrilling ending to their match-up earlier in the year, with Mitty surviving the affair 14-13 at Valley Christian, this Open Division Semifinal rematch was expected to be an emotional rollercoaster…however the Monarchs didnt want to leave anything to chance and came out swinging.

Just three plays in, Mitty’s quarterback Trenton Scharrenberg was already looking deep and would find Dakari Monore for a 50 yard TD reception to put the Monarchs up 7-0…and Mitty wouldn’t look back.

The defense from the Monarchs played up to par with the offense with Trevor Lewis intercepting V-C’s Michael Machado’s pass on the ensuing drive and put Mitty in prime position to put up another early score.

Unlike their midseason matchup, the Monarchs had their dynamic running Kyle Evans suited up and ready go and he did not dissappoint. Evans capped off Mitty’s second drive with a 5 yard touchdown run, his first of two touchdowns, and put his team up 14-0.

Valley had their moments, but unfortunately for the Warriors, they came few and far between.

Mark Quimby took a screen pass 58 yards in the first to put Valley in the redzone, however three plays later Tre McCloud would fumble the ball on the Monarch three yard line. The ball would be recovered and taken 97 yards by Monroe to increase Mitty’s lead to 21 in just the first quarter.

The Warriors would be shut out in the first half, but would come out in the third in a big way. Tre McCloud rushed 71 yards for Valley Christians’ first and only score of the night, as the offense would be dormant for the rest of the game.

Mitty was in control in all phases of the game and did not slow down, ensuring no late game heroics by the Warriors.

With their 37-7 victory, Mitty (11-1) finds themselves in the Open Division Championship against the winner of the Serra(9-2) vs Bellarmine (8-3) matchup.

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