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Football: Menlo-Atherton tops Woodside, 40-33

Senior running back Isiah Nash rushed 33 times for 245 yards and scored four touchdowns to pace Menlo-Atherton to a nonleague football win over host Woodside to cap the regular season for both teams.

The Bears (7-3) trailed throughout the game until Nash scored on a three-yard run with 10:40 left in the game to give the Bears a 32-27 lead.

Teammate Brian Jaggers provided the winning points when he scored on a 10-yard run with 2:42 left on the clock, capping an eight-play, 91-yard drive. M-A trailed by 27-25 at halftime despite 163 rushing yards and three TDs by Nash.

PASportsOnline.com

Comments

Posted by Coach, a resident of Woodside: other
on Nov 18, 2013 at 6:49 pm

What you miss in your article was josh Holman of woodside who scored 4 times in the first half ...watch out for him at the next level ....every time he touched the ball this season everyone though he was gonna score .....division 1 school potential for sure


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