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September 20, 2000|STEVE HENSON

Granada Hills is normally known for its high-powered passing attack. So far this year, defense is the Highlanders' signature.

Granada Hills (2-0) did not allowed a point in victories over North Hollywood and Canyon and has given up only 120 yards.

Linebackers Josh Rivas and Guillermo Garcia, lineman Mark Walker and defensive backs Robert Ortega and Bryan Wilson have been key contributors.


Cleveland's 36-35 victory over Reseda on Friday night was the Cavaliers' sixth in a row at home. The Cavaliers (2-0) were unbeaten at home last season and have not lost at Cleveland under second-year Coach Bill Paden.

Long known as The 'Land, perhaps Cleveland should be called Paden Place.

"We feel good playing at home, we feel confident we will come out on top," tackle Victor Gomez said. "Now with our new lights, it even makes it better. Cleveland football is on the rise."

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