Top-ranked Serra stays hungry, beats St. Francis with a big second half

St. Francis High’s Aaron Sundelius (36) tackles Serra High’s Nick Spink (73) during the Serra at St. Francis football game on Friday, Sept. 23, 2022, in Mountain View, Calif. (Thien-An Truong for Bay Area News Group)

MOUNTAIN VIEW – We know “Clear eyes. Full hearts. Can’t lose” – the slogan of the fictional Dillon High football team in the TV series “Friday Night Lights.”

But Serra High can counter with this: “Head down. Belly empty.”

“That’s what our coach likes to say,” said Serra senior receiver and captain Joey Villaroman. “Just be hungry.”

The slogan carried special meaning for Serra, which pulled away

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