Saturday Dec 01 2012 comments Granite Bay wins second consecutive Division I section football crown By: Philip Wood, of the Auburn Journal -A +A Granite Bay head coach Ernie Cooper is ceremoniously doused with water by his players as the final seconds tick off the clock Friday night. The Grizzlies successfully defended their Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship with a 35-23 victory over Oak Ridge at Sacramento State. Granite Bay has three Division II section titles to go with its two Division I banners. Sophomore man-child Cameron Smith (46) leaps at the goal line for one of his two interceptions during Friday night's 35-23 victory over Oak Ridge in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship game at Sacramento State. Smith was the quarterback on Granite Bay's freshman team in 2011. Pass interference or not? Granite Bay defensive back Jack Dockham (20), deflecting a pass intended for Byron Spain (9) of Oak Ridge, was called for interference on this play, but it didn't stop the Grizzlies from beating the Trojans 35-23 on Friday night at Sacramento State to win their second Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship in a row. Austin Smith (73) congratulates Taft Partridge (32) following one of Partridge's two long touchdown runs, which helped push Granite Bay to a 35-23 victory over Oak Ridge in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship game Friday night.