CCSF has lost two game this season, but clinched a huge win over the previously undefeated Santa Rosa on Saturday. (Marcus Tolero/CCSF)

CCSF has lost two game this season, but clinched a huge win over the previously undefeated Santa Rosa on Saturday. (Marcus Tolero/CCSF)

CCSF football earns huge win over Santa Rosa

City College of San Francisco (5-2) beat Santa Rosa, 34-21, on Saturday.

Quarterback Lavell McCullers threw for 343 yards and three touchdowns.

“Great team win,” head coach Jimmy Collins said via text. “We played excellent in all three phases of the game and made big plays when we needed to. We are excited that we are playing great team football when we need to the most.”

Santa Rosa entered the contest undefeated. The Rams’ win puts them in a tie for first place with the College of San Mateo for the top spot in the National 6 Bay Conference.

CCSF plays on the road at San Mateo next week.

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