NorCal met instate rival SoCal in a High School matchup on a warm day with a slight Northwest breeze.
After the kickoff, the ball moved between the 22s as the two teams settled into the game.
At 10 minutes, NorCal opened the scoring with try by their lock, completing a forward rush, followed by a successful conversion by the flyhalf.
NorCal attacked from the restart, and after setting a platform in the middle of the field, sent their center down the right sideline then past the last defender to score a diving try under the posts. Another conversion left the score at NorCal 14, SoCal 0.
At 25 minutes, SoCal was awarded a penalty kick, which missed to the right. The NorCal players watched it hit and bounce into in-goal, while the alert SoCal players got to the ball first and touched down to get their first points of the day.
At the 28 minute mark, a clearing kick by SoCal was blocked in goal, touched down and converted, putting NorCal ahead 21-7.
Just as the half was drawing to a close, the NorCal forwards won a ruck, the ball was spun out to the wing, with support arriving in numbers. NorCal engineered a multi-phase drive in which lead to yet another try by the men in blue, giving them a lead at the half of 28 - 7.
NorCal continued their strong play through the second half, and although SoCal was able to score more points, they were never able to close the gap. The match ended with a final score of 42-17, with NorCal coming out on top.
(Seth Davis Brown and Austin Brewin contributed to this report)