Crescenta Valley football remains unbeaten with rout against Muir – Daily News

GLENDALE — Crescenta Valley’s offensive line mowed Muir into the turf for 48 minutes.

Joe Suh used gaping holes and a big first half to lead Crescenta Valley over Muir at Glendale High 38-8 to remain unbeaten in Pacific League play.

Suh scored all three of his touchdowns before halftime and finished with 127 all-purpose yards. He had two rushing and then added a 34-yard touchdown catch.

“We just have a great line that protects me and they are a huge part if this offense,” Suh said. “They also me to do my job very well.”

Quarterback Cole Doyle connected with Tyler Lobianco for a 44-yard touchdown pass and Crescenta Valley (5-0, 2-0) led 31-0 at the end of the first half.

The first half also included Muir (2-3, 0-2) head coach Antyone Sims getting ejected late in the second quarter for arguing with officials. Sims ran into the middle of the field and had to be held back by his assistants.

“I think what happened was they just got a little frustrated by our lead,” Crescenta Vally coach Paul Schilling said. “They are a good team with a great program.”

In the third quarter, Muir recovered a muffed punt and had the ball on Crescenta Valley’s 14-yard line. Crescenta Valley stood firm, forcing a turnover on downs when Brian Erickson made a tackle in the backfield on fourth down.

“I think both sides of the ball, it was a coming out day for us,” Schilling said. “I don’t think the last two weeks were great for our offensive line. We also started a sophomore at center tonight. Defensively we were fantastic.”

Doyle, who finished 13 of 19 with 184 yards and one interception, threw his third touchdown of the night to Jordan Nelson in the fourth quarter.

“From here on out we just got to stay focused,” Doyle said. “We can’t get too cocky and get overconfident.”

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