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Week 7 Roundup

October 11, 2015 by smitty in Football, Recaps with 0 Comments

San Diego (10/10/2015) – For the first time all season everything went exactly as planned. The predictable blowouts were just that and the one close game was decided by one point as Mission Bay (6-0) stayed undefeated with a 14-13 victory over La Jolla (3-4).
BISHOP’S 54, HORIZON 12 – Sophomore quarterback JEFFREY JACKSON threw 4 touchdown passes to help the Knights (4-2, 1-0 Coastal Legaue) cruise to the easy victory. MOZES MOONEY caught two of those (9, 24 yds) and also returned an interception 35 yards for a score. JUSTIN WOODLEY (52 yds) and JACOB JACKSON hauled in the others while WYATT CHARRETTE had two rushing scores from 2 and 24 yards out. One of the lone highlights for the Panthers (1-6, 0-1 CL) came when THOMAS MARCUS hit OSCAR CORDOVA for a 32-yard score.
SANTA FE CHRISTIAN 56, FRANCIS PARKER 0 – Sometimes “life’s a beach” like it was for the Eagles (5-1, 1-0) homecoming. But when it’s not, it was almost too hard to even watch how far the Lancers (2-5, 0-1) have fallen so quickly. On their final drive of the game they had a 27-yard run and that turned out to be more yards than they had compiled throughout the rest of the game.
R.J. WALKER opened up the scoring with a 10-yard run and also scored the game’s final score ripping off a 50-yard run. CONNER WHITTON threw 3 touchdown passes and ran for another. CALEB ARMENDARIZ made several of pretty moves on his 51-yard score, CALEB PHILLIPS looked like he was playing against first graders being completely uncovered on a 23-yard TD catch and MATT McROSKEY toyed with defenders on his 18-yard scoring reception. DEMETRI WASHINGTON also had a 10-yard touchdown run.
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY 49, San Ysidro 0 – It almost seems like the Torreys (5-1) haven’t gotten so bored with their dominating 5-game win streak that they have started to try things for fun just to see what happens. Well…when things are going good even they seem to work.
Case in point was the play they pulled off in the second quarter where BRAXTON BURMEISTER hit TREVOR RUDOLPH with a 10-yard pass and then he pitched it to PETER ELTAEB who ran it in for the last 23 yards. Burmeister also had a 70-yard touchdown run and threw 4 touchdowns passes. Two of those went to CASEY MARIUCCI (15, 21), one went for 36 yards to DAVID WYLIE and the other was caught by DEAN LADRIDO from 6 yards out.

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WEEK TEN
FRIDAY - OCTOBER 30TH, 2015
CORONADO 34, San Diego 22
Scripps Ranch 28, LA JOLLA 19
SFC 38, LJCD 13
BISHOP'S 47, PARKER 7
Coastal League Standings
SchoolOverall RecordLeague RecordPoints ForPoints Against
SANTA FE CHRISTIAN7-13-036466
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY7-12-0358120
BISHOP'S4-41-1266191
FRANCIS PARKER2-60-269308
HORIZON1-80-3138307
Western League Standings
SchoolOverall RecordLeague RecordPoints ForPoints Against
#8 Madison6-23-0332146
Mission Bay8-02-027194
Point Loma5-31-1246182
LA JOLLA3-50-21892
Scripps Ranch2-60-3210263
Central League Standings
SchoolOverall RecordLeague RecordPoints ForPoints Against
Kearny4-53-0260274
University City6-21-1271140
Clairemont4-41-1197182
CORONADO4-41-2184138
San Diego1-70-2120205
2015 Football Poll
TeamPointsRecordLast Week
1. Mission Hills (20)2357-01
2. Helix (4)2195-12
3. St. Augustine1935-23
4. Westview1637-05
5. Cathedral Catholic1014-39
6. La Costa Canyon855-24
7. Rancho Bernardo755-210
8. Madison635-2NR
9. Mission Bay457-0NR
10. Grossmont286-110
Others Receiving Votes
Carlsbad (23, 4-3), Valhalla (20, 6-1), Bonita Vista (14, 5-2), San Marcos (13, 5-2), Mater Dei Catholic (3, 5-1, includes forfeit loss), El Camino (11, 5-2), Oceanside (8, 4-3), Granite Hills (4, 6-1), Poway (3, 4-3), Christian (1, 5-2), University City (1, 6-1)
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