Samohi wide receiver De'Jai Whitaker (right) and Morningside defensive back Joseph Bradshaw battle for a pass near the end zone on Friday at Corsair Field. (Morgan Genser editor@smdp.com)

Samohi wide receiver De’Jai Whitaker (right) and Morningside defensive back Joseph Bradshaw battle for a pass near the end zone on Friday at Corsair Field. (Morgan Genser editor@smdp.com)

CORSAIR FIELD — Santa Monica football scored early and often against Morningside in the Ocean League opener en route to a 42-6 victory on Friday at Santa Monica College.

In front of a sizable homecoming crowd, Samohi raced out to a 28-6 half-time lead and never looked back.

The win gives Samohi a 1-0 record in the Ocean as the Vikings try for a third consecutive league crown.

Next for Samohi (3-3) is a tilt at bitter rival Beverly Hills (0-6) on Friday at 7 p.m. Samohi blanked Beverly Hills, 24-0, last season.

 

St. Monica wins big over Bell-Jeff

 

St. Monica football dominated Bellarmine-Jefferson to the tune of a 36-0 win on the road on Saturday.

The win improves St. Monica’s record to 3-4 overall and 1-0 in the Santa Fe League.

Next for St. Monica is a league game at St. Genevieve on Saturday. The game begins at 7 p.m.

Both teams are 1-0 in league play.

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