Serra leaves Dorsey in its wake

High School Football Serra Cavs at Dorsey Dons on September 8, 2017 (Photo by Jevone Moore/Full Image 360)

Los Angeles, CA – Early part of the CIF football season always brings out some good non sectional game with Southern Section Serra Cavs defeating City Section Dorsey Dons 44-7 Friday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium.

Both teams have talent on both sides of the ball, but today Serra made less mistakes and were more discipline finding their playmakers for touchdowns.

The game started with no flow due to refs being flag happy, but once second quarter Serra jumped out with 21 points on the scoreboard.

A big key to Serra offense was quarterback Blaze Mckibbin who sat back in pocket finding his playmakers who racked up good yards after the catch. The pass was set up by a good rushing attack by Kalen Thomas who scored two touchdowns with 87 yards.

“Our offense did great tonight and our offensive line did a great job up front allowing us to run the ball and to have time to throw it,” said Serra quarterback Mckibbin

Dorsey had some big plays of there own just not enough to overcome the Cavs on their home opener at Jackie Robinson Stadium.

The Dons lone score of the game came on deep pass to Jordan Wood who ran under the pass and walked into the endzone.

They will be battled tested play such a tough non league schedule to start off the season. The Dons will face St. John Bosco next Saturday.

The Serra Cavaliers will look to build from this victory as they start league play against Alemany at home of Friday.