October 21, 2012 -
By: Bill Dickens
San Diego Union Tribune
Itís rare that a defensive lineman scores a touchdown, but Southwestern sophomore Jamil Raymore, a 6-foot-1, 270-pound tackle, scored two on Saturday as the visiting Jaguars clobbered Compton 70-20 in a Mountain Conference contest.
Raymore blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone for his first score, and then later in the contest made a rare appearance in the offensive backfield and scored on a 3-yard run. Southwestern scored a school record 10 touchdowns against Compton (0-7, 0-3).
Brett Nelson led the attack for Southwestern (6-1, 3-0) with three TD passes. Backup QB Frank Foster fired one scoring strike and ran for one himself.
San Diego Mesa 24, Victor Valley 22: Josh Sakover broke up an attempted two-point conversion pass with 44 seconds left to save the Mountain Conference victory for the Olympians (3-4, 2-2). Steven Okidi scored on runs of 12 and 4 yards to lead Mesa. Joe Kennedy also threw a 33-yard pass to Jay Waddell.
Fullerton 33, Palomar 32: Penalty-riddled Palomar surrendered a 33-yard touchdown pass from Jose Escobar to Eli Pleasant, followed by a game-deciding PAT by kicker Jesse Aguilar in the final 1:42 to fall below .500 the first time this season. Comets QB Ryan Lamb completed 25 of 39 for 355 yards and a pair of TDs to Ryan Ena. Anthony Mount caught six passes for 150 yards for Palomar (3-4, 1-2). The Comets totaled 497 yards in the loss to Fullerton (3-4, 2-1).
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