Community College Football Roundup : Andrews’ 195 Yards, Fullerton Defense Overwhelms Cerritos, 33-0

Times Staff Writer

As dominations go, the job Fullerton College did on Cerritos Saturday night was about as good as it gets.

Jeff Andrews had 195 yards in 22 carries as Fullerton defeated Cerritos, 33-0, in front of about 2,000 at Fullerton District Stadium in the Mission Conference opener for both teams.

Fullerton (2-0, 1-0) rolled through the almost porous Cerritos defense for 358 yards in total offense--209 rushing and 149 passing.

But Cerritos found few gaps in the Fullerton defense. The losers were held to 65 yards in total offense--38 rushing and 28 passing--and their three quarterbacks completed but 4 of 22 passes and had 3 intercepted.


“I was really pleased with the way we played, especially the defense,” Fullerton Coach Hal Sherbeck said. “The defensive people were really excited and got after people.”

Fullerton led, 17-0, at the half and scored again at the 14:06 mark of the third quarter on a 6-yard pass from quarterback Victor Williams to Clipper Hackett. Fullerton’s defense provided the final two scores. The first came on a safety a few minutes after Hackett’s touchdown reception, when Jerrell Waddell was tackled in the end zone by most of the Hornet defense.

Then, with 1:09 left to play, Robert Speno recovered a fumble in the end zone for the final Fullerton score.

Andrews, a freshman from Diamond Bar High School, was most of the Fullerton offense in the first half.


Andrews broke a draw-play for a 69-yard touchdown run with 4:09 left in the first quarter to give Fullerton a 7-0 lead.

Fullerton then used two outstanding defensive plays to set up its second-quarter scores.

Craig Glatzhofer intercepted a pass on the Fullerton 37. The Hornets then went on a 10-play, 63-yard drive. The touchdown came on a 12-yard pass from Victor Williams to Mike Thomas with 10:57 left in the half.

Kirk Hainline added a 30-yard field goal as time ran out to give Fullerton a 17-0 lead.


The drive was set up by a blocked punt by Wes Flowers at the Cerritos 43.

In other Mission Conference games:

Rancho Santiago 46, San Diego City 26--Rancho Santiago rolled up 467 yards of total offense for the victory at Santa Ana Stadium. Scott Wood completed 13 of 18 for 247 yards and 2 touchdowns--of 30 and 72 yards. Mike Miscione rushed for 112 yards in 13 carries and scored a touchdown for Rancho Santiago (2-0). San Diego is 1-1.

Saddleback 34, Grossmont 7--Sophomore wide receiver Scott Miller caught 14 passes to set a Mission Conference record to lead host Saddleback (2-0, 1-0). Miller broke the former record of 13 set by Don Weir of Grossmont in 1971.


Scott Stark completed 19 of 32 passes for 249 yards for Saddleback. Saddleback, led by John Burns with 2 touchdowns, totaled 242 in rushing, 581 in total offense. Grossmont is 0-2 overall and 0-1 in conference.