And now the North Coast Section Division 3 football playoffs really begin. Top-seeded Marin Catholic-Kentfield — a 63-7 winner over De Anza-Richmond — and fourth-seeded Bishop O’Dowd — 49-7 victor against Terra Linda-San Rafael — won first-round Saturday afternoon games with ease. But now, games will get particularly interesting. Marin Catholic (9-0), which got five touchdown passes from Oregon State-bound Spencer Petras, will host eighth-seeded Miramonte-Orinda (8-3) next weekend. O’Dowd (8-2), which got 195 yards rushing and three touchdowns from Austin Jones, will host No. 5 seed Acalanes-Lafayette (9-1). Both quarterfinal games are 1 p.m.
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