SAN FRANCISCO — Eagle Point ran into a buzz saw on the football field at Kezar Stadium, with host Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep amassing 456 yards rushing en route to a 55-14 nonconference victory on Saturday.

SAN FRANCISCO — Eagle Point ran into a buzz saw on the football field at Kezar Stadium, with host Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep amassing 456 yards rushing en route to a 55-14 nonconference victory on Saturday.

Sacred Heart (5-2) built a 21-0 lead and led 34-6 at halftime to win going away.

"The trip was great, everything was great except for the game," said EP coach Harry Hedrick. "It was a beautiful day and Kezar Stadium is a beautiful facility, we just didn't play well at all."

Garrett Davis hauled in a 2-yard touchdown pass from Scott Erickson to trim the Eagles' deficit to 21-6, but little else went right for EP (4-4) on the day. Jacob Ringrose added a 10-yard TD reception in the second half and followed with a two-point conversion run to cap the Eagles' scoring.

Erickson completed 29 of 41 passes for 215 yards with two TDs and two interceptions, but the Eagles finished with minus-3 yards rushing. Eagle Point also lost one fumble.

Junior Lonbaye Yarnway paced the Irish with 10 carries for 153 yards, scoring on runs of 70 and 34 yards in the second half. Sacred Heart had 174 yards rushing in the third quarter alone.

Quarterback Matt Loftus had a 43-yard TD run and a 56-yard scoring strike to Daniel Barrett, with Eric Barreneche adding a 12-yard TD run in the 21-0, first-quarter surge. Stevie Lee added a 22-yard run to pay dirt after Davis' TD reception.

Zach Heppner led the defensive effort for Eagle Point, while Davis finished with nine catches for 56 yards.

The Fighting Irish also won last year's matchup, 49-39, behind a 335-yard rushing effort from Yarnway.

Volleyball

PROSPECT 3, NORTH LAKE 0 — At Prospect, Becky Musard had 11 kills and five blocks and Catherine Anderson added 17 assists as Prospect wrapped up the regular season 12-0 in the Mountain Valley League with a 25-7, 25-16, 25-10 victory.

Megan Shallenberger added nine assists and was 11-for-11 serving with four aces, while Brie Zelnar had five kills and was 12-for-12 from the service line.

Jen King added six kills and one block for the Cougars, who advance to next Saturday's four-team district tournament in LaPine. The top three teams from there advance to the state playoffs.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 3, BUTTE FALLS 0 — At Butte Falls, Hosanna Christian held off a Butte Falls charge in Game 3 to complete the Mountain Valley League sweep, 25-16, 25-18, 25-23.

Karlee Stephenson had 12 assists to lead the Loggers, while Brianna Wright posted 11 kills and freshman Beth Sutfin had two kills and two aces.

Butte Falls (5-9 overall) finishes the regular season in fourth place in the MVL at 5-7. The Loggers will play Prospect in the four-team league tournament next Saturday in La Pine.