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Centurions cash in

Centurions cash in

Saugus takes advantage of Indians’ special teams’ problems By Joey GulinoSignal Assistant Sports Editor After 30 minutes of scoreless football, it came down to which team would make the first big mistake.Hart did. The Indians made two, actually. And Saugus didn’t let them go to waste. The Centurions struck for a pair of third-quarter touchdowns ... Read More
 
A game for Cents to chew on

A game for Cents to chew on

Saugus has time to reflect after loss heading into bye By Michael GrandinettiFor The Signal After recapturing the lead on the first play of the fourth quarter, the Saugus High football team suffered a heartbreaking 28-21 loss to Taft High School Friday at College of the Canyons.
 

Cents run the table

Saugus gets huge rushing performances from Carbajal, Watt By Eric Smith PALMDALE —  Knight High of Palmdale head coach Cory Guilfoos didn’t hide. When the merciful second half was finally over, he was the first on the field to greet Saugus’ players and coaches in the handshake line.
 

Cents hold off pesky Buena

Saugus gets a big rushing performance from Carbajal By Ernie StoneFor The Signal After narrowly surviving a fourth quarter rally by a determined Buena team, Saugus football moved to 2-1 on the season with a 34-32 victory on Friday night at College of the Canyons. Supplying the majority of Friday night’s multiple momentum shifting plays ... Read More
 

Saugus can’t rally this time

  By Dan AgnewSignal Staff Writer PASADENA — For the second straight week, Saugus football found itself behind late in the game. This time around, it didn’t have an answer for the speedy and aggressive style of Muir High of Pasadena. Despite racking up 18 penalties and throwing an interception, Muir prevailed 27-9 over Saugus ... Read More
 
Cents Open By Closing

Cents Open By Closing

Saugus’ late-game surge leads to come-from-behind victory over Burroughs to open SCV football season By Cary Osborne Signal Sports Editor In typical Saugus fashion, the Centurions ate clock. But Burroughs running back Zander Anding was eating away at the Saugus defense in a near-300-yard rushing performance.
 

Springing to Defense

Despite graduation losses and attrition, Saugus’ defense is coming along well during training camp By Joey GulinoSignal Assistant Sports Editor Saugus High head football coach Jason Bornn could be heard loud and clear. All the Centurions’ offense had to do was gain 6 yards. If it did, then it would score points as part of ... Read More