LOS ANGELES -- 710 ESPN Radio's Beto Duran covered the Dorsey-Locke game Friday night at Rancho Cienega Park as the Dons, ranked No. 18 by ESPNLA.com, rolled to a 56-26 victory in their Coliseum League opener.
Dorsey quarterback Joseph Gray, a Washington commit, passed for 385 yards and seven touchdowns. Gray hurt his left ankle in the second quarter and missed a series but did come back to play. But after his seventh TD pass he limped around and had to be carried off the field.
One of the beneficiaries of Gray's big night was Marvin Hall, who had 150 receiving yards and three touchdown catches. Running back Robbie Gassaway had two TD catches, Domonique Mays had two touchdowns and Keith Lakey had one for Dorsey, which improved to 6-0 overall.
Locke, which fell to 3-3, was led by quarterback Ronnie McKamie, who passed for 230 yards and two touchdowns before leaving the game in the second half because of an injury.