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CCSF football gets back on track in home opener

The City College of San Francisco football team returned to its winning ways on Saturday, blowing out Siskiyous 43-13 in the Rams’ home opener.

CCSF outscored its opponent 21-0 in the second quarter and outgained Siskiyous 710-176 over the game, which the Rams won 43-13.

Wide receiver Eason Winston caught six passes for 182 yards and a touchdown.

Lavell McCullers seized the starting quarterback role and dazzled with 432 passing yards and 82 yards on the ground.

Jacob C. Palmer
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