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  1. California High School San Diego Section Sports Wrap 12-1-15
    19 points by Jackson Strong, 15 each by Jacob Gilliam and Hayden Helfrich paced Torrey Pines to a 70-55 win over Patrick Henry. Patrick Henry was led by Josh Burton led with 13 points.
    19 points by Cameron Barry, 16 by Bryce Parsons paced West Hills to an 85-55 win over Madison. Ronnell Jones led Madison with 11 and Derek Slider with 10. …
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  2. – David Bottom ready for 2nd year at Vista High

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-8-6-17-Vista High School-Vista, CA:

    David Bottom will be entering his second year as head coach with a lot of talent coming back for 2017. The Panthers finished with a 4-8 record along with a win over the Bulldogs of Ramona at the Bulldogs Field and lost to San Marcos twice in the regular season and CIF Section game.

    Here is what the Panthers have back from last season. We’re going to be an aggressive team with a lot of returning talent we return 8 seniors from last year out of 45 athletes but kids are always driven and will see what they can do for us in 2017.”

    “We will be strong at running back in 2 way players Vavega Siloa and Nick Stormo the two seniors that have been offered football scholarships for us, they run hard and lead the team with their senior leadership are going to be good for us.” said Coach Bottom. “At QB Josh Davies returns for his senior year after starting 12 games for us last season and has looked impressive in training camp this year.” “Tony Pao Pao has help Josh develop into a better passer with good arm strength, accuracy and leadership.” Our offensive line will average 260 pounds per player.” on the line

    “Desmond Taua started for us last year and is returning as a sophomore who also started as a safety last year we have a lot of young players that will step for us last year.”

    “Defensive we have 2 seniors and 5 juniors along with a couple of sophomores on our squad. Two Way Player LB in sr Vavega Siloa will be starting at linebacker with his help and leadership will motivate and bring the defensive group together as in Nick Stormo who might play defense along with a couple of players that will we will rotate.”

    ” Four of my ballplayers are looking into colleges.” said Coach Bottom.

    ” Opening vs. San Marcos they are coached well going to be athletic and they play hard will be a good intensity contest between these two schools I know our kids are ready to play.” said Coach Bottom

  3. Comets will kick off season Sept. 2 at Southwestern

    SAN MARCOS (7-23-2017) — Palomar will kick off the 2017 season Saturday night, Sept. 2, at Southwestern, will go back on the road to play at Santa Monica on Sept. 9, then will play five of its remaining eight games at home at Wilson Stadium in Escondido.

    Highlighting the Comets’ season: a 1 p.m. Oct. 28 National Division Southern Conference home game at Wilson Stadium against defending conference, state and JC Grid-Wire national champion Fullerton College.

    That will be Palomar’s only afternoon game, at least during the regular season. Nine of the Comets’ 10 games will kick off at 6 p.m.

    Palomar Football Schedule 2017

    Thu., Aug. 24 — Scrimmage at Riverside City College, 4 p.m.

    Sat., Sept. 2 — at Southwestern, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Sept. 9 — at Santa Monica, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Sept. 16 — vs. Cerritos, Wilson Stadium, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Sept. 23 — at Moorpark, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Sept. 30 — vs. Chaffey, Wilson Stadium, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Oct. 14 — at Orange Coast, Southern Conference game, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Oct. 21 — vs. Golden West, Southern Conference game, Wilson Stadium, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Oct. 28 — vs. Fullerton, Southern Conference game, Wilson Stadium, 1 p.m.

    Sat., Nov 4 — at Saddleback, Southern Conference game, 6 p.m.

    Sat., Nov. 11 — vs. Grossmont, Southern Conference Game, Wilson Stadium, 6 p.m.

  4. Former Oceanside High Alum and qb Joe Pao Pao returns home to coach football
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    By David A. Willauer-John Carroll Stadium-Thursday, August 17, 2017-Joe Pao Pao known for his miracle passing abilities and coaching duties in the Canadian Football League, and Canadian Universities after coach his last duties at Simon Fraser, came back to his roots as a kid at Oceanside High School and graduated in 1973 sharing his football experiences with the kids as he was named one of the assistant coaches with the Pirates. Joe keeps on going and going still by coaching football.

    Joe Pao Pao on coming back to Oceanside High: “I’m amazed at the talent that these players have and when looking for colleges, the job is to go to school and to graduate on time and will have a great high school experience here through school and athletics which happens to be football. said Joe Pao Pao/

    ” Back when I played that was when they had real grass out here this is a football school my father was stationed on a lot of military bases, I was born in Hawaii this is how I transferred from here from the high school on the marine base to Oceanside High, along with a lot of Polynesian’s who have transferred here because of the base.” ” Oceanside is an amazing city that is right on the water and the last town in North County as I’m proud to be a part of the traditioned program.” said Pao Pao

    After graduating from Oceanside High School Pao Pao went to Mira Costa Jr College for 2 years then transferred to Long Beach State where he set a lot of football records in passing. From
    Long Beach State, the throwing Samoan played 11 years in the Canadian Football League with the British Columbia Lions. In 1981, 1984 and 1985 where he passed for 3000 yards and threw for 49 touchdown passes while with the British Columbia Lions where he played for 6 seasons,then was traded to the Saskatchewan Rough Riders for 3 seasons to the Ottawa Roughriders in 1987 was traded back to the BC Lions in 1988.

    ” I played and coached in The Grey Cup as I went 1-1 which is a real deal in any championship level no matter if it’s high school, college, Pop Warner or the Pros you have to work real hard to get there sometimes it’s an outstanding environment I was proud of a lot of great coaches or the other opponents along with the city of Vancouver is really cool.” said Joe Pao Pao.

    “I played with outstanding football players in the CFL from a lot of good football traditioned colleges as in Warren Moon (now comentating football for the Seattle Seahawks) he was drafted the same time in the Canadian Football League as I was after coming out of the University of Washington Huskies for 5 years.” “Other players that were outstanding were Tom Clements from Notre Dame, Condridge Holloway from Tennessee, John Hufnagel from Penn State.”

    In 1989, the Throwing Samoan retired as a player from the CFL and got into his love of coaching football. With his credentials he has coached the British Columbia Lions for 6 years along with 1 year as head coach, 1 year as the San Francisco Demons of the XFL, Edmonton Eskimos, Winnipeg Blue Bombers ,the Ottawa Renegades for 3 years as head coach, Hamilton Tiger Cats, the University of Waterloo for 2 years in Canada and for 2 years coached at Simon Frasier in British Columbia before retiring.

    “I was fortunate to coach in the CFL along with the 2 Canadian Universities for 20 years now since I retired from coaching in the pro and college ranks my heart is always with Oceanside. said Joe Pao Pao

  5. Dave Rodriguez readies his 3rd year head football at Oceanside High School

    By David A. Willauer-8-11-17-Oceanside High School-Oceanside, CA: In his third year as head coach at Oceanside High School known for their football tradition along with winning CIF State and Section titles carries a 17-8 along with 2 playoff appearances in 2015 his first year won a CIF Division title and in 2016 lost to Rancho Bernardo in a first round CIF Division matchup will be ready for the 2017 football season.

    Dave Rodriguez: “We have rich tradition as our young men understand what their responsibilities are, we’ll be a hard nosed and a little thin in some of the positions, at the same time our kids are doing contact drills on the field as our school will be playing a tough schedule this season along with our competition in the Avocado League.”

    “On our we will play defending Southern Section and State Champion San Clemente as they are an amazing group of athletes and are very physical and well coached squad.” “Our last 2 non league teams will be Mater Dai Catholic along with Avocado League teams in San Pasqual, my friend and head coach Tony Corley.” “We also play Mission Hills, San Marcos, Lacosta Canyon Torrey Pines, Carlsbad along with our crosstown rival El Camino as I look forward to the competition.” said Coach David Rodriguez.

    At Quarterback, will be different this year as Alex Miller who has been an understudy to Max Sheppard for a couple of years gets the job and carries a 4.0 GPA, is very intelligent and has matured into a young man as has a grasp of what he has to do on the field and is learning the system very well.” said the Oceanside Pirate Coach.

    “Our running backs for us will be Jonathan Singey who doubles at linebacker along with Pirate teammate Michael Linnin as both players have emerged at camp and will split some time, we also have Caesar Mendoza who reminds me of a Darren Sproules type back and is tough as nails those are 3 of the running backs we are in our spread offense.” said coach Rodriguez

    “Our tight ends are modified running backs Armond Felicili, Darrel Ball and Kyram Beacham and Dylan York there will be some new faces with a lot of athletic ability and are coached up everyday and brother Elijah Felicili will be in the rotation so it’s a good mix with a good chemistry were excited to block hard were getting tired of hitting each other in practice but I’m looking forward to a different color jersey.” said Dave Rodriguez

    “At the Tight ends we have Jordan and brother Kyron Duson along with Donovan’s brother Kiki Laia which will be unique as we have a set of brothers and cousins that are on the team.” “We also have Hunter Stoll and Ethan Venegas who transferred to us from Arizona will both be working in the mix.” said Coach Rodriguez.

    “Our offensive line we replace 8 guys and return 3 starters from last season in Donovan Laie, who is 6’6″ 315 pounds, Mason Buczek 6’2″ 285 pounds and Isaiah Kaleopa Tuisee were looking big on the front line our kids have been training for jobs in football.” said Head Coach Dave Rodriguez

    “Our defense will be a veteran bunch which is good as we return our leading tackler Armond Fesili Marks from last season along with teammates, John Segi, Jordan Duson, brother Keilan Duson, on the edge we have Donovan Laie, Molson Moses Tauililli who joins us from the Los Angeles area as his family moved back to the area.” “It is great to have him Kyrin Beacham who as a sophomore didn’t get a lot of time along with Julian Hicks, Azizi Hearn and teammate Micah Linnen will be back in the swing. We have guys back more on defense that is the way it goes in high school football.” said Head Coach Dave Rodriguez.

    For the punting and kicking chores for the last 2 years I had Jake Gerardi who has been my kicker for the last 2 years and I am looking at Lucas Solberg will take over the kicking and punting duties, he also plays soccer and kicks left footed which changes a lot, and has learned to transfer the soccer talent on the football side.” said Coach Rodriguez

    “For me to improve a lot from this year I have an excellent coaching staff that are with us this season but we have a new quarterback coach who was an alumnus here at Oceanside, named Joe Pao Pao ,he has played and coached in the Canadian Football League for years.” said Coach Rodriguez.

  6. Joe Early ready for his 16th season at Palomar Junior College

    By David A. Willauer-Palomar College-San Marcos, CA Wednesday, August 16, 2017: Joe Early will be ready for his 16th year as the head football coach at the Comets Palomar College and carries a career record of 86-63 and has built up the program very well along with 2 conference titles. After 2 losing seasons of 4-6, Coach Early knows what to expect for the upcoming season.

    Coach Joe Early: “We have quite a few people watching us practice after a year since we were on our field, and have encouraging some guys to do get the job done but is also a learning process as we are getting close but not where we are as of yet but we have to prepare vs. Southwestern College in 3 weeks.”

    “At quarterback, Matt Romero will be our primary starter for us this year he started for us last season and Ross Ebert will be one of the backups for us.” “Ross has come back is stronger and bigger after a year under his belt for us, we anticipated both quarterbacks to do well but Matt is currently our starter.” said Coach Early.

    “At running back, Josh Bernard hasn’t practiced due to grades but we have other outstanding backs in Isaiah Guerrero, who was all conference returner for us last year along with Currie Thomasson who is our big sized back and will give him the ball when we needed to we have 2 smaller scatback backs that will help us when we need them in Zack Goodkin who has comes to us from LaCosta Canyon, if we happen to get Josh Bernard back that will solidify and straighten our running backs.” said Coach Early

    “At wide receiver we lost Robert Ursua as he is playing Division I, but we return Chase Olsen a redshirt tight end last year and is more of an open set player along with Blake Adamson who is a big athlete who also plays basketball never had the football experience but has a big body and Trevor Gurski who is a 6’6″ freshman coming in who has a lot of potential we’re young as far as playing experience is concerned which will be a wait and see .” “We have 7 or 8 guys that are talented at those positions we are going to keep some fresh players on our roster that will help us to get into situations in the 3rd or 4th period of the football game last year we didn’t have the depth at wide receiver.” said coach Early.

    “On the offensive line we have Mike Childress and Josh Pichette back from last year Preston Johnson who redshirted for us last year is back with us hasn’t been a full going as he is taking it slow before he puts the pads on had some shoulder surgery waiting to be cleared for full contact Prab Gill was a part timer last year we have good size but with the offensive line that is a continuity thing they have to play together and to play with a lot of reps our big thing is to get confidence with our squad.” said Coach Early.

    “On defense we return J D Foxx who redshirted last year, had an excellent camp for us are excited to have him back Chandler Wachholtz who played for us last year will be back were going to be young as far as the defensive line we have young guys coming in and learning the system Carter Couch is a defensive end and Malo Malo who father used to play for us at Palomar on the back side of the defense we have some injuries we don’t have the same secondary in their the entire time but once when we get everyone healthy will improve a lot on defense our players are young and are learning the system well along with the experience at playing those positions for us during the season

  7. Jeff Meyer son of former El Camino football coach readies for 2nd season at LBV

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Wednesday, August 16, 2017-Rancho Buena Vista High School-Vista, CA: After a rebuilding year of 3-7 Jeff Meyer will be starting his second year with the Longhorns of Rancho Buena Vista High School and has a lot of positions to fill.

    Assistant Head Football Coach Mike Darlington along with Head Coach Jeff Meyer spoke about the team.

    Head Coach Mike Darlington: “We are going to be a solid football squad and will run the ball very well this year and will be decent on defense.”

    Coach Meyer: Quarterbacks “We have three individuals who are battling for the quarterback job in Scott Meyer, Shane Thompson and Matt Lleneras we will sort that position out as soon as we get to the first game against Irvine High School.”

    Coach Meyer ” Running Backs: “We have Dorian Richardson who will be starting along with backup Hunter Epps back from last year up from the JV squad last year as they will be explosive in the backfield.”

    Coach Meyer: “Offensive Line” “Our offensive line is learning a little bit as we return Edgar Robles along with other returning players in as Will Osterhaus, Zach Gonzales Chris Christie.”

    Coach Darlington: Defensive Line “We should be more athletic then what we have been before in years past, we have decent size but won’t be big but we should take in quite a few returning players in Alex Diverde at inside linebacker, Will McNeary at outside linebacker, at defensive line we have Austin Sunseri, defensive back Isaiah Moore and Jordan Roberts.”

    Coach Meyer: “For kicking and punting that will be a tossup as we have Nick Flete, Arturro Arreguin and Dan Rogozinski 1 might punt, 1 might do PAT’s and 1 might kickoff as they are all battling for the jobs on the football team”

    Coach Meyer: ” We open up our first game against Irvine High School from the Southern Section they have been up and down and in numbers, they are down but their coach does a good job.” “Our second game we play Westview up here as we defeated them as their place last year on a blocked field goal they will come back to our place and will give us revenge as our first couple of games will be battle tests for us and to show us how great of a football team were going to be.”

  8. Carlsbad’s Christian Chapman ready for jr year as San Diego State’s Starting qb

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-San Diego State-Thursday 17, 2017: Christian Chapman the former Lancer from Carlsbad High School has surprised a lot the fans at San Diego State including some MVP’s and surprise wins, since being was named starting quarterback of San Diego State, the former Carlsbad High product currently rides a 13-3 overall record at quarterback along with a 4-0 record with with 2 wins in the Mountain West Conference and 2 major bowl games.

    While at Carlsbad High School for three years, Christian Chapman lettered in football under Head Coach Thadd MacNeill. ” While with the Lancers, Chapman was named 2 time Avocado League Selection and earned second team All North County honors and was named the offensive MVP. In his senior year, Chapman completed 132 passes for 219 attempts for 1986 yards along with 23 touchdown and carried the ball 46 times for 194 yards. While in his junior year, Chapman passed for 1899 yards and 18 touchdowns and was ranked 39th ranked quarterback ESPN and 73 by Scout.

    In his freshman year with the Aztecs, the former Lancer made his debut for the Aztecs as they took on the Toreros of University of San Diego and threw for 2 completions out of 2 attempts for 48 yards along with a 32 yard pass to Rashad Penny. Against the Bears of California he came off the bench in the 45-40 victory and went 4 completions out of 13 attempts for 37 yards. In the middle of the season he didn’t play the next 8 games. But the former Lancer regained his form and startedthe last 2 games and surprised the Aztecs to important wins over the Falcons of Air Force by a 27-24 for Mountain West Championship at San Diego Stadium along with a 42-7 Cincinnati Bearcats in the Aloha Bowl where he was named Most Valuable Player. His total stats his freshman season was 29 completions out of 49 attempts for 438 yards and threw for 2 touchdowns

    In his sophomore year with the Aztecs, Chapman started his first full season at quarterback and he passed the ball 153 completions out of 251 attempts for 1994 yards and led San Diego State to an 11-3 record 20 touchdowns and 6 interceptions along with their 2nd Mountain West Conference with a 27-24 win over the Cowboys of the University of Wyoming in Laramie and defeated the 34-10 victory over the Cougars of the University of Houston.

    Christian Chapman commenting on his qb performance in practice:

    “I think we took a step today there are some things that we have to build on each scrimmage we’re taking a step forward especially our receivers as they have gotten on track we all have stuff to do and have to keep building on it.”

    ” I like the young backs that we have Rashad Penny is going well and is adjusting well to my handoffs along with other backs on our squad all of the players are running the ball hard The lineman and our defense are coming off the ball well we will be running a 4-3 defense.”

  9. ——— Forwarded message ———-
    From: Jen Heisel
    Date: Thu, Aug 24, 2017 at 2:46 PM
    Subject: SDSU Football Releases Honor Warriors for 2017 Campaign
    To: Jen Heisel

    For Immediate Release Contact: Jen Heisel
    Aug. 24, 2017

    SDSU Football Releases Honor Warriors for 2017 Campaign
    The list of Honor Warriors for 2017 includes Marshall Faulk, among others

    SAN DIEGO – San Diego State Football has announced the Honor Warriors for the 2017 season. As an Honor Warrior, each individual will be handed the spear from the Aztec Warrior prior to the Aztecs taking the field and will throw it into the ground. They will also be honored midfield prior to team introductions.

    Lance Louis will be the first Honor Warrior of the season at the season opener on Sept. 2 against UC Davis. Louis, a tight end who converted to offensive lineman, played for the Aztecs from 2004-08. Louis was the recipient of the Academic Initiative Award and was the Most Improved Offensive Player in 2008 after his transition to right guard. He was selected in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, and played in 50 career games for the Bears and the Indianapolis Colts.

    On Sept. 16 against Stanford, Whip Walton will be the Honor Warrior. Walton was a linebacker and the defensive team captain for the Aztecs in 1977, capping his career by playing in the East-West Shrine Game. Following his career at SDSU, Walton was drafted in the third round of the 1978 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.

    Brendan Darby is slated as the Honor Warrior for San Diego State’s game on Sept. 30 against Northern Illinois. Darby, an offensive tackle with the Aztecs, was the Most Improved Offensive Player in 2000, earned a spot on the All-Mountain West First Team in 2003, and played in the Hula Bowl in 2004. Darby had stints in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.

    For Family Weekend on Oct. 14 against Boise State, Aztec legend Marshall Faulk will be the Honor Warrior. Faulk put up dominating numbers running the ball in three years (1991-93) at SDSU (766 carries, 4589 yards, 57 touchdowns) and was a two-time consensus All-American before becoming the second pick in the 1994 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts. Faulk rushed 2,836 times in the NFL for both the Colts and St. Louis Rams, totaling 12,279 yards on the ground and 100 touchdowns. He added 767 receptions out of the backfield for 6,875 yards through the air and 36 more touchdowns. He was named to the Pro Bowl seven times, was a league MVP once, won Super Bowl XXXIV with the Rams in 2000, and was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2011. On Dec. 5, Faulk will be inducted into the 2017 College Football Hall of Fame.

    When Fresno State comes to town on Oct. 21 for Homecoming Weekend, Jimmy Raye III will be the Honor Warrior. Raye III, who played for the Aztecs from 1988-90, is tied for 21st all-time in receptions at SDSU and had four career 100-yard games, including one 200-yard game. After graduating from SDSU, Raye III played in two games with the Los Angeles Rams in 1991 and then moved to the front office. He has served as the Director of Player Personnel for the San Diego Chargers, Vice President of Football Operations for the Indianapolis Colts and is currently the Vice President of Football Operations/Assistant General Manager for the Houston Texans.

    On Nov. 18 against Nevada, Obafemi Ayanbadejo is on tap to be the Honor Warrior. Ayanbadejo, who played fullback for SDSU during the 1995 and 1996 campaigns, was the 1996 WAC Most Improved Player. He had brief stints with the Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears in the NFL and won Super Bowl XXXV with Baltimore in 2001.

    For the final game of the regular season and Senior Night on Nov. 24 against New Mexico, Antwan Applewhite is scheduled to be the Honor Warrior. Applewhite was a defensive end on The Mesa from 2004-06, awarded the Prep Player Award in 2003 and named to the MW First Team in 2006. He is tied for 11th in career sacks at SDSU with 17. Through 48 career games in the NFL with the San Diego Chargers and Carolina Panthers, Applewhite recorded 99 tackles and 6.5 sacks.

    The Aztecs are coming off an 11-3 season, culminating with a No. 25 ranking in the AP Top 25 poll as well as the Amway Coaches Poll. It is just the second time in program history SDSU has been ranked in the final AP poll (also 1977). In addition to a victory over Wyoming in the MW Championship game, 27-24, the Aztecs defeated Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl, 34-10, to tie a single-season school record and become the first team in program history to have back-to-back 11-win seasons.

    SDSU is accepting new account deposits on 2017 season tickets through the Aztec Ticket Office, while current season-ticket holders can also renew their tickets for the 2017 campaign. Fans can purchase tickets through GoAztecs.com, over the phone by calling (619) 283-7378, or by visiting Qualcomm Stadium’s Window E between 9 a.m. PT and 5 p.m. PT.

    – SDSU –

  10. San Marcos Knights comes back after 10-0 deficit and wins big over Vista

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-San Marcos High School-San Marcos, CA-Friday, August 25, 2017-After a 2016 opening day win over the Panthers at Vista High to spoil the new football stadium along with a very key win over Vista at San Marcos in the next round in the CIF 2016 Football playoffs, after a 3 fumbles for the Knights and a good defensive effort by the Panthers that caused the turnovers and jumped out to an early 10-0 lead on Josh Sellers 23 yard field goal and Desmond Taua’s 30 yard fumble return.

    In the 2nd quarter, the Knights got on the board as QB Mike Hastings (18 completions out of 33 attempts for 241 yard and 1 interception threw a 13 yard pass to Quinn Roth for a TD and came within 10-7. The Vista offense started the ball on their 32 yard line and Quinn Roth’s 23 yard fumble return for a touchdown with 2 PAT’s Good put the Knights up and led 14-10 at the half.

    In the 3rd quarter the Knights took control of the game as Bill Belinski scored on a 2 yard run, Josh Barnes (7 carries for 42) scored on a 5 yard run and a 25 yard run by Ethan Cline (1 rush for 25 yards) put the Knights up 35-10 .

    In the 4th Quarter after Caleb Mancini connected on a 35 yard field goal to go up 38-10 the Panthers struck back as Dan Hall (4 carries for 53 yards) scored on a 2 yard touchdown run and teammate Tyler Davies his 2nd touchdown pass as he threw a 23 yarder to the very talented Desmond Taua (1 reception for 23 yards) for 23 yard as time ran out to make the final score 38-22.

    The San Marcos Knights improve to 1-0 and will be at Bonita Vista next Friday Night September 1, 2017 while Vista falls to 0-1 and will take on San Pasqual at home next Friday Night September 1, 2017 starting times for both games 7:00 pm.

  11. 2 touchdowns each by Joe Bennett and Marcellus Kamins pace Westview to 2nd shutout win

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Rancho Buena Vista High School-Vista, CA-After a 41-0 win over the Fallbrook Warriors last Friday, the Wolverines of Westview High School went to the ground game and it had worked as the offensive line opened the holes for the running game again along with their second shutout of the season as they shutout 2 opponents 69-0 this time defeated the Longhorns of Rancho Buena Vista by a 28-0 score on 2 touchdown runs each by Joe Bennett for 2 and 22 yards and contributed with 4 carries for 24 yards along with teammate Marcellus Kamins of 5 and 19 yards along with 11 carries for 41 yards.

    Kyle Williams Westview Head Football Coach: “Coming into tonight’s game we knew that Rancho Buena Vista was going to bring a lot of heat on us but our first concern was to make sure that we protect up front and did well on that so we gave our QB time made great reads along with good accurate passes.” “We went in tonight’s game that we will take as to what they had given us, we felt that we had a difficult time running the ball along with running straight drop back passes as our quick game was there for us as we moved the ball in the first two quarters and went to the running game in the second half.”

    For the Westview Wolverines at 2-0 qb Beau Nelson threw the ball 21 completions out of 37 attempts for 296 yards, Kquamei Wolford 5 receptions for 77 yards Ben O Brian 5 receptions for 115 yards.

    For the Longhorns at Rancho Buena Vista at 1-1 Dorien Richardson led all rushers as he carried the ball 20 times for 95 yards Matthew Llerenas 6 completions out of 13 attempts for 34 yards.

    Westview will take on the Dons of Catheral Catholic on the road while the Longhorns of Rancho Buena Vista will go up the road a bit as they take on archrival Vista both games are Friday, September 8, 2017 at 7:00 pm

  12. 2 touchdown passes by Christian Chapman 2 touchdown runs by Rashaad Perry pace SDSU in win

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-San Diego Stadium-San Diego, CA-Former Carlsbad High School standout Christian Chapman threw for 220 yard passing along with 2 touchdown passes of 7 yards to Kahle Waring (5 receptions for 74) and a 21 yarder to Darryl Richardson (1 reception for 21 yards) paced the San Diego State Aztecs to a 38-17 win over the Aggies of the University of California at Davis.

    “For the first game I did all right there were a few throws that I wished that I had back but as a whole our offense did all right along with making good assignment errors which is usual for a first game as things aren’t perfect but we looked good going in the right direction.” said Christian Chapman.

    Christian Chapman improves his record to 14-3 as a starting quarterback in his career at SDSU. Also recorded his 7th career multi touchdown passing game and tied his career high with 16 completions.

    Head Coach Rocky Long on Christian Chapman’s passing game opener: “It was pretty good tonight. Passing game is going to be better because we have a veteran quarterback and we have more skill at wide receiver, if the running game goes. We’re not a drop back team, we’re not a shot gun team, so to speak. We’re a 3-to-4 wide receiver team, so to speak. But as long as we can efficiently run the ball, we’re going to have some receivers that are open and I thought that (Christian) Chapman did a nice job throwing the ball to him. They made a couple of really nice catches, and then they can do something with it after they catch it, too. But our passing game is still going to depend on us being able to run the football. If you run the football, we got good enough skill out there now that most teams are going to be hurting.”

    Running back Rashaad Penny 21 carries for 197 yards rushing scored 2 touchdown runs of 61 and 9 yards. Moves into 18th place all time with 1605 yards total on SDSU’s rushing list along with 42 career games that he started the longest streak on the team.

    Juwan Washington 14 carries for 69 yards scored 1 touchdown of 9 yards his 7th of his career his 9th career overall.”

    Jake Maier for the Aggies of University of California at Davis at 0-1 had 19 completions out of 24 attempts 258 yards threw touchdown passes of 41 yards to Keelan Doss (8 receptions for 181 yards) and to Logan Montgomery for 7 yards (3 receptions for 9 yards)

    The Aztecs will travel to Sun Devil Stadium for an 8 PM showdown at Arizona State University.

  13. Palomar defeats Santa Monica 45-14

    By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Former Oceanside High product Matt Romero’s 21 completions out of 30 attempts for 201 yards threw 5 touchdown passes of 29 yards to Nate Johnson ( 2 receptions for 42 yards), 13 yards to Devin Nilson (8 receptions for 63 yards), 41 yards to Bryce Walker (1 reception for 41 yards), 6 and 8 yards to Marquis Williams (7 receptions for 53 yards) and backup quarterback Ross Ebert 1-1 for 9 yards and threw a 9 yarder to Blake Adamson (1 reception for 9 yards) paced the 2-0 Palomar Comets to a 45-14 win over Santa Monica Junior College at 1-1.

  14. Vista Field Hockey Report by David A. Willauer

    On Thursday, September 14, 2017 the Lady Panthers of Vista High School a varsity field hockey contest 1 goal each by Lindsey Courduff and Isabella Ianni as they defeated the Lady Mustangs of San Dieguito Academy by a 2-0 score to improve their record to 3 wins and 2 losses.

    In the JV contest, Jaiden Truax’s only goal of the game paced the Lady Panthers of Vista to a 1-0 win over the Lady Mustang.

    The Lady Panthers of Vista will take on rival Rancho Buena Vista in the first round of the Serra Field Hockey Tournament.

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