SBCC offense clicks in 48-20 win over West L.A.

Brandon Edwards - SBCC Quarterback

Quarterback Brandon Edwards led the Vaqueros to their highest point total of the season. (John Dvorak/Presidio Sports)

Brandon Edwards threw three touchdown passes and running backs Deon Dickey and Chad Woolsey combined for 254 yards rushing and three scores, leading SBCC to a 48-20 win at West L.A., in the American Pacific League football opener on Saturday.

Edwards threw 15-yards to Osha Washington for a touchdown in the second quarter, 19 yards to Ronald Smith-Carter in the third and 18 yards to Jonathan Civ early in the fourth quarter for a 41-14 lead.

Dickey had a big day for the Vaqueros, rushing for 152 yards on 14 carries and scoring the final TD on a 39-yard run.

Woolsey scored SBCC’s first touchdown with a 19-yard run in the second quarter. He added a 39-yard jaunt at the end of the third period after West L.A. scored and cut the SBCC lead to 27-14. On the Vaqueros’ first play from scrimmage, he broke off the long run to make it 34-14. Woolsey rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries.

Marvin Millett had a 22-yard TD run early in the third quarter to put the Vaqueros up 21-0.

SBCC outrushed West L.A. 324-74.

“The guys played hard and the offensive line established themselves early. That’s always a key,” SBCC coach Craig Moropoulos said. “The No. 1 thing was zero turnovers

“I think we wore them down and we could have scored a few more times. It’s never a bad thing to win your conference opener.”

SBCC is 2-2 and 1-0 in league.