Oilers’ Gonzalez Delivers Five Piece

Lalo Gonzalez scores a high five for Oilers.

By George Hernandez

[Montebello] Lalo Gonzalez scored four of his five touchdowns in the second half leading the Oilers to a 56-20 victory over rival Schurr at Montebello high school Friday night.

The game started off with a fumble by Gonzalez and interception thrown by quarterback Andre Maldonado on Montebello’s first two possessions.

The Oilers stood poised and took control scoring two touchdowns late in the first quarter when Maldonado found Elijah Martinez both times in the end zone taking a 14-0 lead to the second quarter.

Schurr got on the board midway through the second quarter when Marcus Gonzales broke the plane for a three yard touchdown run.

Montebello came right back pounding the ball down the field with Gonzalez finishing it off with a five yard touchdown for his first of the night.

The Spartans answered with a Jesse Preciado nine yard touchdown pass to Nathaniel Palacios with under a minute remaining in the first half.

The Oilers drove 60-yards in 48-seconds and it was capped of by a Maldonado nine-yard touchdown scamper making it 28-14 at the half.

In the second half Gonzalez took control scoring on runs of 3, 94, 25 and 31 yards putting the game out of reach of the Spartans.

Schurr did get on the board the second half when Preciado hit Palacios again for a 59-yard trip to paydirt.

Gonzalez finished with 23-carries for 377-yards and his five scores. Martinez had three receptions for 74-yards, two scores and two interceptions one being a 100-yard return for a touchdown that was called back on a holding call. Jordan Dunkins also had a interception for the Oilers.

Preciado ended the night going 12 of 24 for 194-yards two touchdowns and three interceptions. Isaiah Candelaria was the workhorse for the Spartans with 19-carries for 73 yards.

Montebello (2-6) will host Mark Keppel next week and Schurr (3-5) travels to San Gabriel.

9 Comments to "Oilers’ Gonzalez Delivers Five Piece"

  1. Non Biased's Gravatar Non Biased
    October 20, 2019 - 12:22 am | Permalink

    I’m not a Schurr fan but I’ll tell you Schurr QB is better then the Montebello QB. And not by a little by a lot. Those 3 picks Schurr kid threw he was trying to make plays, those balls Montebello qb were nowhere near anyone. I’m surprised he wasn’t called for intentional grounding.

  2. Oilers Fan's Gravatar Oilers Fan
    October 19, 2019 - 9:58 pm | Permalink

    @ Spartan Nation

    Why would we be mad? Lol. Our QB is a Junior! Love our QB!… Glad your QB chose to go to Schurr. He wouldnt have played until he was a Senior. He did make some good plays yesterday, but I’ll take our guy every Friday!… And “you scored 50 and got lucky”, not really sure how 56 was lucky. 2 turnovers to start game and about 3-4 drops which would’ve been big plays. Only thing that was lucky is that MHS didnt score 70-80 last night… Have all the Sophomores and Juniors you want, just because they’re young doesnt mean they’re going to be that much better next year!… Montebello had 13 Underclassmen who played last night. Enjoy the next 12 months!

  3. Gaga maine's Gravatar Gaga maine
    October 19, 2019 - 8:20 pm | Permalink

    Montebello wins the pride of the city trophy again. This is Petey’s first time actually putting points up on the board against the cross town rival. Looks like he is even losing some weight. Too bad his brother is picking it up looks like he’s 3 pulled pork sandwiches away from 300 pounds. To bad coach chow is gone he is the one that actually ran the defense.

  4. Jackson Maine's Gravatar Jackson Maine
    October 19, 2019 - 6:27 pm | Permalink

    Spartan Nation?
    Lol! Your team is straight trash. You guys always have an excuse on everything. You guys got waxed last night.
    As for your QB? Thank god for him he chose Schurr. He would never play over our QB. It was evident last night. He’s ok but nowhere near our guy. Btw, our guy is only a junior. It’s going be a long time before you guys can contend. You look like a group of 8th graders last night. And your coaches are a bigger disappointment! How can you let kids play with such garbage? Captain Goonie Ramos can’t get his kids to respect the game! It reflects your whole program. Maybe if had all those transfers things would be different. But everyone knows how that went. Lol!

  5. Coacher's Gravatar Coacher
    October 19, 2019 - 6:05 pm | Permalink

    If I’m not mistaken they’re six loses are to playoffs teams and five will most likely be league champs. Let’s say they put the Schurr pre season they’re probably 6-2 right now. But they’re be a hard draw for anyone in the first round of the playoffs.

  6. Coacher's Gravatar Coacher
    October 19, 2019 - 6:02 pm | Permalink

    Haven’t they beat you 5 of the last 6 times you’ve played? Have won 4 of the last 6 league titles and a semi final berth. But they’re the sorry program? What does that make you? Come on man!

  7. Spartan nation's Gravatar Spartan nation
    October 19, 2019 - 2:16 pm | Permalink

    @Jackson Maine
    I get it now with the (Swiss cheese) comments. Your referring to our defense. Well I got news for you buddy. We might have given up 50+ but you guys got lucky. We have a bunch of sophomores and our quarterback is really good. Your just mad because he chose us up the hill over your sorry program.

  8. It’s football's Gravatar It’s football
    October 19, 2019 - 1:48 pm | Permalink

    Good job by the Oilers winning their second game of the year!!!!!
    Yay we played 5 tough pre-season games so we can have a losing record and lose in the first round of the plays.
    Both team are horrible. One team just decided to tackle and block better than the other.

  9. Jackson Maine's Gravatar Jackson Maine
    October 19, 2019 - 8:41 am | Permalink

    Oilers exposed Schurr’s Swiss Cheese Defense hard last night. In all reality the game should of been 70-0. Goonie Ramos and his squad got smacked. They also have a bunch of dirty players too. Too bad he teaches his players to act like his dirty coaching staff. Sad site at Schurr!!

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