Flintridge Prep marched down the field quickly in the opening minutes of Saturday's varsity football game against Malibu High School. With first and goal at the Sharks' 6-yard line, the Rebels were poised to draw first blood. But four plays later, Flintridge quarterback Clayton Weirick was stymied by senior linebacker Hunter Johnson's end zone interception.

The Sharks needed only six plays to cover 80 yards the other way, capped by a 26-yard touchdown run by senior Cooper Smart. Following a successful extra point by senior kicker Chris Navarro, the Sharks took an early 7-0 lead, and they never looked back.

Malibu dominated Flintridge, 49-0, for its third straight win of the season. After opening the season with two tough losses, the Sharks (3-2) are above .500 for the first time this season. In the last three games, Malibu has scored 115 points while only allowing 15. The team has not allowed a touchdown on its home field.

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