OVERTIME: Lancers keep advantage over Falcons - Tucson News Now

OVERTIME: Lancers keep advantage over Falcons

(Cover photo courtesy: Twitter/@LancerNation) (Cover photo courtesy: Twitter/@LancerNation)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Sophomore running back Bijan Robinson scored three touchdowns to lead Conference 4A #3 ranked Salpointe Catholic to a 36-7 win Friday night over 7th ranked and host Catalina Foothills.

The win was the Lancers (8-1, 3-0) sixth over the Falcons since 2009 and gave them the 4A Kino Division title.

Robinson finished with 156 yards. Mario Padilla ran for 115 yards including a 44-yard touchdown.

RELATED: In The Trenches with Lancers offensive tackle Matteo Mele

Derick Bush and Lathan Ranson each had an interception for Salpointe Catholic.

Catalina Foothills (6-3, 2-1) will close out the regular season next week at Walden Grove

Salpointe Catholic travels to Canyon del Oro in Week 10.

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