De La Salle High's high caliber football team has done it again.
The Spartans won their fourth straight state title Saturday night by holding off Centennial High, 48-28, in the open division championship game.
The Spartans took control of the game early, building up a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
De La Salle scored twice more in the second period to take a commanding 28-0. Centennial High got a touchdown late in the second quarter, making the score 28-7 at halftime.
The Huskies came out strong in the third period, scoring early to cut the deficit to 28-14.
De La Salle countered with a touchdown of their own for a 35-14 lead. Centennial answered back with another touchdown to make the score 35-21 at the end of the three quarters.
The Spartans tacked on a touchdown for a 42-21 lead, but Centennial scored again to close the gap to 42-28.
The Huskies were driving with less than four minutes to go when De La Salle intercepted a pass. The Spartans converted that turnover into a score. The extra point was missed, making the final score, 48-28.
Before the game, De La Salle was ranked by MaxPreps sports as the number two team in the state. Centennial was ranked number one.