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Santa Clarita Football – September 2, 2016

Santa Clarita High School Football on KHTS-AM 1220 September 2, 2016, Week One. All six Foothill League teams emerge from Week One victorious.

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Week One Foothill League scores:

KHTS Game of the Week

Moises Haynes scores three touchdowns for Valencia as the Vikings cruise to 52-7 win in the KHTS Game of the Week.

Final Score

Palmdale: 7

Valencia: 52


KJ Maduike rushings for two scores for the Golden Valley Grizzlies in their second straight shutout.

Royal: 0

Golden Valley: 26


Nick Moore  throws for two touchdowns and runs for one in return from ACL injury.

Hart: 30

Downey: 20


Wildcats get first win of the season on a short field goal by Brigman in overtime.

West Ranch: 20 (OT)

Pasadena: 17


Daniel Gilmartin catches two touchdown passes for three on the season and Centurions move to 2-0.

Camarillo: 25

Saugus: 28


Henry Arellano rushes for three touchdowns for the second week in a row and Cowboys earn first win.

Canyon: 34

Burbank: 27


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KHTS AM-1220 is your place for the 2016 football season and the Santa Clarita sports report. If you have any news and notes about our teams to share please send them to jp@hometownstation.com and follow us @KHTSSports on Twitter.

Santa Clarita Football – September 2, 2016

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About Justin Powell

Justin moved to the San Fernando Valley from the Inland Empire in 2011 to complete his BA of Communications degree at California State University, Northridge. Just a few months after getting his degree he moved to Valencia and started as an intern at AM-1220 KHTS, and was promoted to Sports Reporter within a year. Though Justin is still relatively new to the Santa Clarita Valley, he is an avid sports fan and passionate about building the sports department at KHTS into a special source for local high school sports.