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The Mammoth Huskies return home tonight after what seems much longer than two weeks on the road.
And this time, they play against a team whose name does not begin with â€śB.â€ť
That may not seem like a big deal, but after the Huskies lost to the Bishop Broncos, 59-6, two weeks ago, and 50-6 to the Boron Bobcats last week, a name like Lucerne Valley has a nice ring to it.
The Huskies, 2-3 on the year and 0-1 in conference, play the 1-4 Mustangs tonight in a 7 p.m. game at Gault/McClure Stadium, with the junior varsity game set for 4 oâ€™clock.
If anything is clear abut tonightâ€™s varsity matchup, itâ€™s that the Husky defense will have to bounce back from two weeks of getting mashed.
The Mustang to stop is quarterback Alondre Logan, who is averaging 92 yards a game through the air and 136 total yards this season.
In the backfield, Lucerne Valleyâ€™s Kevin Sheldon has averaged 136 yards a game on the ground.
Meanwhile, Mammothâ€™s Jorge â€śCocoâ€ť Galvan has been bottled up the last two games, but still has averaged 60 yards a game for the Huskies.
Lucerne Valley is coming off a 40-6 loss at Mojave, and one week earlier, the Mustangs lost a close one, 17-14, to the California Military Institute.View more articles in: