Koy Riggin threw two touchdown passes as Foothill’s football team dominated from start to finish, blanking host Eldorado 35-0 on Friday.
Riggin led an offense that built a 28-0 lead at halftime and never let up. He completed 13 of 19 passes for 171 yards. He spread the ball to five receivers, but Jordan Blakely caught both touchdowns, his only two receptions of the night, and tallied 54 yards. Braeden Wilson caught four passes for 65 yards for Foothill (5-0).
Foothill’s run defense was stellar all night. Eldorado (1-4) ran the football 23 times for 60 yards. Ollie Chori also returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown for the Falcons.
Eldorado quarterback Jalen Malone was the sole source of the Sundevils offense. He completed 9 of 15 passes for 116 yards and an interception, and ran nine times for 44 yards. Trezon Turner caught two passes for 50 yards.
Eldorado’s struggles were epitomized with the end result of their most promising drive. The Sundevils had the ball inside the Foothill red zone in the third quarter, but a block in the back penalty followed by consecutive sacks backed them up 43 yards from the previous spot. The drive ended in a punt.