Gulliver did not allow Champagnat (2-6) to score until the fourth quarter. By then it was too late, and Gulliver (4-4) went on to beat Champagnat 24-6. The Raiders finished the night with 286 yards compared with the Lions’ 71.
Gulliver quarterback Osky Serbin threw two 5-yard touchdown passes to receiver Walker Gautier and a 72-yard strike to Dontay Mayfield. Gulliver’s final score was a 34-yard field goal by Patrick Batalha.
Champagnat’s lone score came on a 35-yard pass from Edgardo Mendez to De’Vante Mitchell.
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Serbin: Led Gulliver with 236 yards on 20-of-36 passing.
Mayfield: Led the Raiders in receptions with seven for 120 yards.
They Said It
“Our quarterback and receivers established a rhythm, allowing us to move the ball.”
— Gulliver coach Earl Sims