S.F. CAN'T RUIN SYLMAR SYLMAR 28, S. FERNANDO 25.Byline: Gary Miereanu Special to the Daily News
Nobody said perfection Perfection
perfect circle drawn effortlessly by Giotto. [Ital. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 463]
or section comes easily.
Donnell Livingston recovered an errant er·rant
1. Roving, especially in search of adventure: knights errant.
2. Straying from the proper course or standards: errant youngsters.
3. pitch and, moments later, caught a 27-yard touchdown pass to lift Sylmar past host San Fernando San Fernando, city, Argentina
San Fernando (săn fərnăn`dō), city (1991 pop. 144,761), Buenos Aires prov., E Argentina. It is a district administrative center in the Greater Buenos Aires area. 28-25 in a Valley Mission League game before a capacity crowd of approximately 8,000 fans Friday night.
San Fernando (5-4, 2-2) took command from the outset, posting an 18-0 lead on the unbeaten Spartans (9-0, 4-0). Sylmar fought back with 21 unanswered points of its own, only to see the Tigers retake re·take
tr.v. re·took , re·tak·en , re·tak·ing, re·takes
1. To take back or again.
2. To recapture.
3. To photograph, film, or record again.
1. the advantage 25-21 on Bobby Stanley's 21-yard scoring run with 4:18 left in the game.
A short kick and 20-yard Legger Thompson return gave Sylmar the ball at midfield mid·field
1. The section of a playing field midway between goals.
2. Players whose usual positions are in the midfield.
mid . The Spartans advanced to a second-and-5 situation at the 14-yard line when quarterback John Valdez pitched the ball behind Livingston, the running back outracing three Tigers defenders to dive on the ball. On the next play, Livingston caught a short pass over the middle and outdashed everyone to the end zone for the winning score.
``The coaches tell us never to doubt ourselves, and big plays make big things happen,'' Livingston said. ``When everyone does their job - everyone blocks, John makes the pass - then all I have to do is make the catch. Everybody on the field made that happen.''