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Through the lens: Gallery from Central Catholic's showdown with De La Salle

James Burns
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Samantha Schmidt helps market and promote Central Catholic. With her camera at the ready, she is a fixture on the sidelines of Central Catholic football games. Below is a gallery of her shots from the Raiders' 35-7 loss to De La Salle, a national powerhouse ranked No. 3 in the state, according to Cal-Hi Sports.

Central Catholic defensive lineman Chris Mendoza with a power-bomb tackle of De La Salle's Dorian Hale.
Central Catholic junior Dalton Durossette earned the start against De La Salle on Aug. 24, 2018.
Central Catholic wide receiver Justin Traina scored the Raiders' only points on a 5-yard reception from Kyle Jackson in the second quarter.
It was a long night for Central Catholic's featured running back, Dawaiian McNeely, who was bottled up by linebacker Henry To'oto'o and the De La Salle defense.
Central Catholic coach Roger Canepa gives quarterback Dalton Durossette the play during the third quarter of a 35-7 loss at De La Salle on Aug. 24, 2018.
The Central Catholic defensive line tries to push back the De La Salle offensive line back into quarterback Dorian Hale on Aug. 24, 2018.