Prep football roundup: Wilcox beats SHP, Berkeley edges Hayward in OT

No. 10 Wilcox 28, No. 24 Sacred Heart Prep 21

Tyson Bonilla scored on a 38-yard run late in the fourth quarter to break a tie and send visiting Wilcox to a victory over Sacred Heart Prep on Saturday in Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division play.

The outcome sets up a league championship game on Friday night when Wilcox plays host to Los Gatos.

They are the only Bay teams without a league loss.

Wilcox had to play catch-up to turn back Sacred Heart Prep, which led 7-0 in the first quarter, 14-7 in the second and 21-14 in the third.

Bonilla’s 8-yard pass to Maulidi Saleh evened the score 21-21 with four minutes left in the third period.

Jamontay Amataga’s 14-yard run and Saleh’s 3-yard run accounted for Wilcox’s other touchdowns.

Saleh also intercepted a pass and Romeo Castillo had a dominant game on Wilcox’s defensive line.

SHP scored on Jack Stevens’ 6-yard run and Jack Scully’s 21- and 29-yard passes to Charlie Stuart.

Wilcox improved to 6-2, 4-0.

SHP, which plays host to Mountain View next Saturday, fell to 4-4, 2-2.

— Darren Sabedra

Berkeley 42, Hayward 41, OT

Cahlil Snead caught the winning touchdown pass from Deontae Faison in overtime to put Berkeley in sole possession of first place in the MVAL/WACC Mission Division. 

Faison, who started for McClymonds last season, threw for 225 yards and four touchdowns, Dailen Clark, Dash Guerreiro Ramos and Jalen Harris each caught TDs and Kamren Bell had a rushing TD to help lead Berkeley. 

For Hayward, senior Kennedy Braziel threw for two touchdowns. His top target, Emmanuel Sega, had six catches for 108 yards and a 75-yard TD reception. Maurice Hall ran for 102 yards and two touchdowns, and Braziel and Eusebio Goncalves rushed for a TD apiece. 

“It was a hell of a game. Just came up short,” Hayward coach Virgil Hart said. 

Hayward (5-3, 2-1) will attempt to rebound against Irvington at Tak Fudenna Stadium in Fremont on Saturday. Berkeley (5-3, 3-0) will travel to Mt. Eden on Friday. 

— Joseph Dycus

Salesian 34, Bethel 0

Salesian broke open a 7-0 defensive struggle with four touchdowns in the second half.

The Pride got TD receptions from Carlton Perrilliat and Marco Turqueza en route to its seventh win in eight games this season.

Salesian is 3-0 in the TCAL Rock, but still must face El Cerrito on Nov. 4 in a game that will likely determine the division championship.

Even if Salesian were to lose, it should receive a top-four seed in the Division VI North Coast Section playoffs.

– Mike Lefkow

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