Santa Clarita, CA — Saugus opens up against Millikan in D4 The Centurions (8-2) will have a big first-round challenge in Millikan (5-5) on Friday. Don’t let their record fool you, the Rams mean business. Millikan’s record looks subpar due to four forfeits this season as a result of playing an ineligible player earlier this season. The Rams are a fast-paced offense and love to throw the ball. Quarterback Myles Jackson has over 3,000 yards and 41 TDs through the air this year in his junior season. Jackson’s top receiver is Jordan Anderson, who has racked up 41 receptions for 902 yards and 12 touchdowns. The Rams have two big pass rushing threats in Ethaniah Steffany and Craig Gordon, who both have seven sacks each. Saugus will hope to be a little healthier to take this Division 4 opening round game. Captain Jacob Viger exited his regular season finale with a leg injury while the majority of Centurion running backs have gone down. Defensive end Dario Sandoval filled the role and ran the ball well when his team needed him most. The 6-foot, 3-inch back will be a tough tackle on any carries on offense. Saugus hosts Millikan Friday at 7 p.m. at COC.