Homestead Boys Varsity Football

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Mustangs advance after first-round victory over Mills

Homestead entered Friday night’s CIF Central Coast Section Division V playoff contest on a five-game winning streak, only to continue that streak with a 34-22 win over fifth-seed Mills (8-3, 4-1). The Mustangs (8-3, 5-1) did so behind a strong running game and solid defense, as has been the story for most of the season. It

Homestead tops Gunn to win playoff berth

With the playoffs and the El Camino League division on the line, Homestead entered it’s most important game of the season: a home game against an 8-1 incoming Gunn squad. In a 42-21 victory, the Mustangs (7-3, 5-1) rallied behind a huge game from both the defense and senior Harold Rucker III. Rucker III scored three times,

Mustangs top Matadors 10-3

Following a perfect 3-0 record in October, Homestead traveled to Monta Vista after a bye week looking to continue it’s hot-streak. The Mustangs, rallying behind a 284-yard rushing night on the ground, edged the Matadors 10-3. The first half featured all the scoring, with the hosts grabbing a field goal to start things off. But

Homestead wins third-straight, beating Cupertino 12-7

Since dropping the El Camino League opener against Saratoga, Homestead has reeled off three-straight victories. The most recent was a 12-7 win over visiting Cupertino on Friday night. The Mustangs (5-3, 3-1) scored 9 points in the first quarter, starting with a field goal from junior Gabe Solorio after stopping the Pioneers (2-5, 1-2) first

Mustangs run through Lynbrook in 48-0 win

Following it’s first El Camino League win of the year, Homestead carried that momentum into Friday’s road game against Lynbrook. The Mustangs gashed the Vikings to the tune of 313 rushing yards, and over 400 yards of total offense in the 48-0 victory. This performance marked a fifth-straight contest in which Homestead (4-3, 2-1) rushed

Homestead grabs first league win over Los Altos

Returning home for it’s second El Camino League game, Homestead gashed Los Altos on the ground to the tune of  418 yards en route to a 43-33 win. Senior Harold Rucker III led all runners with 194 yards and 3 touchdowns on 13 carries, including a 75-yard in the first quarter to grab a 7-6 lead.

Mustangs drop league-opener at Saratoga

With non-league games officially wrapped up, Homestead traveled to Saratoga to open El Camino play. Despite three touchdown runs of 60-plus yards, the Mustangs suffered a 56-35 loss to the Falcons, falling to 2-3 on the season and 0-1 in league. The first half featured the two squads trading blows. After Saratoga got on the