Prep football teams vie for state titles

The two remaining San Mateo County football teams will take on some formidable foes this Saturday in their State Championship Bowl Games.

Serra, which started the season 0-4 before reeling off 10 consecutive wins, will face undefeated Sierra Canyon (15-0) in the Division 2-A championship tilt. That game will take place at Sacramento State’s Hornet Stadium.

Menlo-Atherton, winners of 12 straight, will take on Paraclete High School at Antelope Valley College in the Division 3-AA title game.

Serra qualified for the state bowl game by defeating Sanger High School in the Division 2-A NorCal Bowl Game. M-A overcame Manteca in the 3-AA NorCal Bowl Game.

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