San Francisco prep football capsules

Friday’s games

Marshall at McClymonds, 7 p.m.
Marshall’s early-season struggles figure to continue against the 3-0 Warriors, who beat perennial power Pittsburg already this season and routed McKinleyville 60-0 last week. Marshall lost its first two games to significantly weaker opponents by a combined 51 points.

Saturday’s games

Galileo at Berean Christian, 1:30 p.m.
After a disheartening loss to Moreau Catholic last week, the Lions will look to get a win in their final nonleague tune-up against Berean Christian. Berean (2-1) has been impressive in its two wins, with a 42-0 win over Mission of San Jose and a 45-7 win over St. Helena.

El Cerrito at Lincoln, 2 p.m.
The first three games for the young Mustangs have not been pleasant, losing by an average of over 33 points per game. Coach Phil Ferrigno saw some improvement in the Mustangs’ 45-14 loss to El Camino last week and Lincoln appears evenly-matched with El Cerrito, which is also 0-3.

Washington at Irvington, 7 p.m.
Washington should handle the 0-3 Vikings on the road, coming off a solid 35-28 win over Oakland last week. The Vikings have been outscored 97-13 in their three losses.

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