San Mateo County prep football game capsules

Friday’s games

Mt. Eden at Capuchino, 3 p.m.
The Mustangs finally played a game last week and lost a 40-36 shootout. This week, Cap takes on 0-2 Mt. Eden.

Gunderson at Mills, 3:15 p.m.
The Vikings have been blown out in their first three games and look to right the ship at home against the Grizzlies.

Terra Nova at San Mateo, 7 p.m.
This one should be a dandy as San Mateo will try to represent the PAL Ocean Division against a solid Terra Nova team out of the PAL Bay.

El Camino at Jefferson, 7 p.m.
The Colts roll into Daly City with a perfect 2-0 record. Meanwhile, the Indians are 2-1 with their lone loss coming by a single point.

Balboa at Sequoia, 7 p.m.
Fresh off a tie last week, the Cherokees will need to slow down Balboa’s spread offense to maintain their unbeaten record.

Alisal at Woodside, 7:30 p.m.
The host Wildcats are in search of their first win this season.

Hillsdale at Gunn, 7:30 p.m.
Hillsdale (3-0) has been impressive this season, but will be tested by the Titans.

Saturday’s games

– Anchorpoint Christian at Crystal Springs Uplands, 1 p.m.
– South San Francisco at Mountain View, 1 p.m.
– Aragon at Carlmont, 2 p.m.
– Sacred Heart Prep at Scotts Valley, 2 p.m.
– St. Elizabeth’s vs. Menlo at Woodside HS, 7 p.m.

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