The Glendale High School varsity football team suffered its fourth consecutive loss after falling to visiting Grace High of Simi Valley 50-13 in a nonleague game on Oct. 13.
Senior Alfred Intriago had five carries for 33 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore Brady Aldrete rushed for 14 yards and a touchdown on three carries and added four tackles and a sack on defense.
Senior Jonathan Wells completed two passes for 29 yards and rushed for 12 yards on five carries. Sophomore Gevork Papazyan finished with a team-high 64 yards rushing on 18 carries. Sophomore Kyle Robertson rushed for 17 yards on four carries, made a pair of catches for 29 yards and contributed six tackles on defense. Senior Gerardo Contreras rushed for 9 yards on two carries.
Junior Alexander Shirvanian racked up 10 tackles, while sophomore Rudy Cuellar recorded eight tackles. Junior Mark Dacles finished with six tackles, while seniors Alejandro Maravilla and Moises Zermeno each produced four tackles. Seniors Freddie Rios Barrientos and Austin Aldrete each registered three tackles, senior Arthur Nim-Anong chipped in two tackles, and senior Jason Martinez, senior Landon Castillo and sophomore Patrick Caceres each tallied one tackle.
The Nitros will conclude the regular season by hosting rival Hoover High for the annual Battle of the Bell game on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
First published in the October 21 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.