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EAST COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL — 2012
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SOUTH 41, NORTH 7
Helix' Amu Milo (center) rushes for a touchdown,
mounting a 21-0 halftime lead to power the South
at rhe Alex Spanos All-Star Football Classic, 41-7.
(Photo by Philip Brents, couretsy
Chula Vista Star News)
 
23rd annual ALEX SPANOS
ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC

Norsemen, Highlanders pairs propel South

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KEARNY MESA (7-13-13) — Maybe someday the North County will get it straight that they are not superior in the San Diego CIF when it comes to football. Granted, the North has more than its share of victories but the rest of the county is catching up. The South has won three in a row and seven of the last 10.

Take the 23rd annual Alex Spanos All-Star Classic, which was held Friday night (July 12) at San Diego Mesa College, for example. Led by the Valhalla High duo of quarterback RAMSEY RAMANO and slotback KEVIN MILLS, the South steamrollered the North, 41-7, in a game that was halted with 6 minutes remaining.

Romano, who is headed for Michigan on a baseball scholarship, delivered a pair of scoring passes of 11 and 13 yards to teammate Mills and finished with 158 passing yards in a three-man quarterback rotation.

 
Helix linebacker Rocky Fuga was named MVP for the South All-Stars
thanks to big hits like this one, popping the helmet off North running
back Deon Dickey of La Costa Canyon in a 41-7 blowout victory.
(Photo by Tori Mills)
#147;A game like this is a lot of fun,” said Romano. “The four drives that I was on the field we eventually wound up scoring all four times.”

In addition to his scoring hook-ups with Mills, Romano also fired a 58-yard completion to Blake Wilson of Eastlake to set up a 9-yard steamroller run by Helix lineman AMU MILO for the touchdown to make it 21-0 at halftime.

It was big night for the Grossmont Conference. Helix linebacker ROCKY FUGA logged three sacks and three tackles for losses. He was named the South Player of the Game.

Grossmont product TRENT GALKOSKI had an interception for the South, which created five turnovers, while Steele Canyon ’s LONNIE TUFF also scored on a 43-yard run, which ended the game in the 4th quarter.

All-Star Game Gallery by Tori Mills
Left: Helix' Marquiz Powell (20) successfully defends the pass,
Middle: The tackle by El Capitan's Michael Nuzzo (56) and Grossmont's Tigran Gumushyan (33).
Right: Lonnie Tuff of Steele Canyon finds the hole for big yardage,

Left: Tackle by West Hills' Jordan Arnold (24), Mount Miguel's Josh Tausaga (66) and
Heliz' Amu Milo. Middle: Tackle by Helix' Rocky Fuga (44). Right: Helix' Marquiz Powell (20).

Left: Pass rush by Mount Miguel's Josh Tausaga (66). Right: West Hills' Jordan Arnold (24),

Left: Valhalla quarterback Ramsey Romano airs it out. Middle: Norsemen running back
Kevin Mills (6) rushes for a first down. Right: Tackle by Grossmont's Tigran Gumushyan (33)
and Mount Miguel's Josh Tausaga (66).

Previous Games (inc.)

Edition, Winner, Score (Site)
22nd / 2012 South 14-10 (Mesa)
21th / 2011 South 27-7 (Mesa)
20th / 2010 North 27-3 (Mesa)
19th / 2009 South 10-6 (Patrick Henry HS)
18th / 2008 North 14-7 (Mt. Carmel HS)
17th / 2007 South 14-0 (Mesa)
16th / 2006 South 20-19 (Mesa)
15th / 2005 North 27-7 (Mesa)
14th / 2004 South 43-7 (Mesa)
13th / 2003 North 20-14 (Mesa)
12th / 2002 North 16-13 (Mesa)
11th / 2001 North 31-26 (Escondido HS)
10th / 2000 South 7-3 (Escondido HS)


Others (from our archives)
9th / 1999 North 44-16 (Escondido HS)
8th / 1998 South won
4th / 1994 2A Stars 6-3 (Chula Vista HS)
3rd / 1993 3A Stars 24-14
Fri., July 12 – 7:30 p.m.
Merrill Douglas Stadium
San Diego Mesa College
  
23rd annual ALEX SPANOS
ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC

Romano leads South All-Stars
in final football appearance

By Bill Dickens
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KEARNY MESA (7-10-13) — Sixteen Grossmont Conference graduates have been named to the South All-Star team that will oppose the best of the North in Friday’s (July 12) 23rd annual Alex Spanos All-Star Football Classic at San Diego Mesa College at 7:30 p.m.

Valhalla High quarterback RAMSEY ROMANO, who has accepted a baseball scholarship to the University of Michigan, has been named offensive team captain for the South. Most likely this will be the final football game Romano will play. Romano passed for 3415 yards and 30 touchdowns for the Norsemen, who finished 9-4.

The bulk of the Inland contingent will play of the defensive side. Outside of Romano the only other players ticketed to play offense are Grossmont receiver JEFF BOWERS (60-923 yds, 13 TDs), Steele Canyon running back LONNIE TUFF (147-789, 9 TDs), Norseman receiver KEVIN MILLS (59-762, 3 TDs) and Grossmont offensive tackle JOE ZIZZO (6-3, 280).

Representing East County on the defensive front are Helix’s defensive lineman AMU MILO (5-10, 290), linebacker ROCKY FUGA (6-0, 215) and defensive back MARQUISE POWELL (3 interceptions). Also in a tackling mode are West Hills’ defensive end JORDAN ARNOLD (6-1, 195) and Wolf Pack defensive tackle KEVIN LOPEZ (5-10, 280), Grossmont defensive back TRENT GALKOSKI (5-11, 175) and Foothillers linebacker TIGRAN GUMUSHYAN (5-11, 200), El Capitan linebacker MICHAEL NUZZO (6-0, 220), Monte Vista defensive end MESSAI SMALL (6-2, 260), Mount Miguel linebacker SONNY SOMOATA (6-0, 230) and Matadors defensive lineman JOSH TAUSAGA (6-0, 278) round out the East County lineup.

The head coach for the South All-Stars is Madison’s Rick Jackson, whose assistants will include Jason Fowler and TAY SNEDDON.

The North squad, led by quarterback Austin Early, son of Palomar head coach Joe Early, hopes to avenge last year’s 14-10 loss to the South.

Tickets for the game are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. No CIF passes will be honored.

ALL-STAR ROSTERS
(Click on roster to enlarge)


 
Seiner, 53, long-time assistant coach

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SANTEE (5-26-13) — Long time Santana High coach BOBBY SEINER died of an apparent third heart attack at Kaiser Hospital on Saturday (May 25) after spending 36 years coaching football and track for the Sultans.

Bobby Seiner
As a player, Seiner, 53, was an East County product up the ladder as a standout offensive lineman at Santana, at Grossmont College and at San Diego State.

“He was as great a (history) teacher in the classroom as he was on the football field,” said former Santana football coach DAVE GROSS. “No question he was great at whatever he did.”

“I was always concerned about my offensive line and Bobby managed to put the pieces together,” Gross added.

Seiner helped LEN GALLO coach the Santana freshman team last season.

“He did such a great job teaching,” Gallo said. “One thing most people do not know about him is the tons of authentic memorabilia he found to teach his classes. He had various world war helmets, flags, uniforms and stuff I don’t even know about.

“I would have loved to have taken his history class because he made it so interesting,” Gallo added.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

'Golden Gun' quarterbacks seek to advance

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EL CAJON (5-21-13) — Many of California’s top prep quarterbacks heading into the 2013 season gathered in Santa Clara on Friday (May 17) seeking recognition and perhaps gain an invite to this year’s Elite 11 finals in Beaverton, Ore.

At the conclusion of the nearly four-hour event, which attracted more than 90 quarterbacks, eight of the players were selected to participate in coach Trent Dilfer’s two-minute drill, and then seven were handed “Golden Gun” jerseys.

Dilfer and the rest of the Elite 11 coaches, however, were not ready to give a “Golden Ticket,” signifying a player has been invited to the Elite 11 finals.

Christian High’s 5-foot-10, 170-pound senior-to-be MICHAEL CARRILLO was among those awarded a coveted “Golden Gun” jersey.

As a junior Carrillo completed 122 of 214 passes for 1,724 yards and 19 touchdowns.

There are only six of the Elite 11 camps, which are intended for top level rising senior quarterbacks (Class of 2014) and select elite underclassmen throughout the country. Top performers will earn a spot in the final Elite QB event in the summer, with the winners moving on to ESPN television.


Quarterbacks signed

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EL CAJON (5-14-13) — Two East County quarterbacks – Steele Canyon High’s BRANDON ANDRADE and West Hills’ RASHAAN MILLER – have announced their plans for their academic and football futures.

Andrade will be playing for the NCAA-3 LaVerne University Leopards, while Miller will be attending Trinity Pawling Preparatory School in Pawling, N.Y., a member of the prestigious New England Preparatory School Athletic Council.

Andrade accounted for 2,780 total offense yards for the Cougars the past season and Miller racked up 1,350 total offense yards for the Wolf Pack. In addition Miller averaged 33.3 yards on 32 punts for West Hills.

“Jared Frazier is a free lance talent finder, and has been recommending student athletes to preparatory schools back east (as Post Graduates) for several years now,” related Miller’s father Sherman. “Of all the football players he watched tape on during the 2012 football season, our family was very fortunate that he felt Rashaan was a potential D1 student athlete, that somehow had been missed or dropped through the recruiting cracks. He suggested three potential prep schools that could possibly give him another opportunity to enhance his academic acumen and showcase his QB and punting skill set development.”

Rashaan has received a Divosion I offer from the University of Buffalo. Also showing interest in him were Oregon State, Nevada and San Jose State.

Division II schools making a serious pitch for Miller were Prairie View A&M, Colorado Mesa, New Mexico Highlands and Western New Mexico, as well as Division III Montana State Northern, Dakota Wesleyan, and Central Methodist (Mo.).


Trio make college committments

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EL CAJON (5-6-13) — Three East County athletes have announced plans to continue their football and educational careers in the collegiate ranks next fall.

Christian High’s RAYVON OWENS has committed to Oregon’s Willamette University in Salem, and his Patriots’ teammate lineman TYLER LESLIE will advance to Wheaton College in Illinois.

Meanwhile, Valhalla High linebacker RYAN ERNSBARGER will attend the University of Redlands in the fall.

Owens, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound running back, ranked third in East County with 102.3 yards rushing per game in 11 encounters. He scored 14 touchdowns and was also a standout at linebacker. He was recruited by Christian High graduate DANNY MITCHELL, a former quarterback for the Patriots, who is an assistant football coach at Willamette .

Owens was All-East County First Team offense. He produced 1,440 all-purpose yards.

Leslie, a 6-foot-1, 250-pound two-way lineman, earned All-East County First Team Offense. On the defensive side he also chalked up 45 tackles, 6 solo, and one sack.

Ernsbarger, a tackling machine for the Norsemen, amassed 115 solo tackles and 60 assists. He also had 6 sacks, 5 deflections, 3 forced fumbles and 11 hurries. He was an All-East County Second Team Defensive player.

  

Lawrence invite to Nike QB camp

By Bill Dickens
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EL CAJON (5-4-13) — Grossmont High’s ANTHONY LAWRENCE has been invited to participate in Nike’s Elite 11 quarterback regional camp tour for high school quarterbacks in Santa Clara on Friday (May 17).

The 6-foot-1, 191-pound junior quarterback for the Foothillers has posted career stats of completions/attempts (463-753, 61.5 percent) for 5,838 yards and 55 touchdowns. In 2012 he led San Diego County in all these categories.

Lawrence was selected to 2nd team All-State Juniors, first team All-CIF, first team All-East County, EastCountySports.com Offensive Player of the Year and first team All-Grossmont Hills League.

Foothillers coach TOM KARLO stated, “I think Anthony is one of the top QBs on the West Coast. No one will out work him. He’s a fierce competitor and is relentless in his work ethic.”

There are only six of the Elite 11 camps, which are intended for top level rising senior quarterbacks (Class of 2014) and select elite underclassmen throughout the country. Top performers will earn a spot in the final Elite QB event in the summer, with the winners moving on to ESPN television.

The final Elite 11 Quarterback Competition is a five-day event featuring the top high school quarterbacks in the nation.


Havird climbed the ladder in standout career

By Bill Dickens
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EL CAJON (4-17-13) — Despite a series of nagging injuries, Valhalla High senior SPENCER HAVIRD has endured, he has had the kind of season that could earn him the East County Player of the Year.

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Havird has been a highly decorated player for the Norsemen.

A transfer from Steele Canyon after his freshman season, Havird has come on to be three basketball captains, two-time MVP and an all-state football player at Valhalla. He did all this while playing a full basketball season with a sports hernia as a sophomore, and missing all of two-a-days and scrimmage in football. As a junior, he had mononucleosis.

As a senior, he played over half the basketball season on a broken ankle.

This is one of those “superman” kind of stories that some people might believe is fantasy, but this one’s true.

During his senior season he entered a burning house to save his two family dogs and call 911 to keep his family home from burning to the ground.

The last two months Havird has been living in a hotel while juggling practice and school with deep tissue massage, acupuncture and nightly ice baths for his ankle.

The EastCountySports.com Defensive Player of the Year will attend Gardner-Webb University, an NCAA I-FCS institution in Boiling Springs, N.C.

In his senior season at Valhalla Havird was the most dominating football defender in East County, if not the entire county. He led East County in interceptions with 10 and in tackles with 163 – 112 solo and eight tackles for loss. He also recovered four fumbles.

No question Gardner-Webb has got itself a nugget.

Although football is his ticket to his education, Havird was also a standout in basketball, earning All-Grossmont Hills League first team honors as well as All-EastCountySports.com first team. He participated in two basketball all-star games this spring in spite of all of his injuries.

This guy is the meaning of versatility as shown on the basketball court where he averaged 16.8 points per game, 10 rpg, 3.4 apg and 3.7 spg.

  
Small-college offers accepted

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EL CAJON (4-16-13) — LaSHAWN WARE of Steele Canyon High has opted to play football for NCAA D-3 Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., while Valhalla offensive lineman COLE ANDERSON will continue his education and football career at the University of Puget Sound of Tacoma, Wash.

Although he was known primarily for his defense with the Cougars, the 5-foot-9, 175-pound Ware will play running back for the Continentals. Ware, who rushed for 328 yards and four TDs on 47 carries last season for Steele Canyon, said it was a difficult decision because he had walk on offers from Cal Poly-SLO and Colorado State. Even Stanford wanted him to walk on, but could not guarantee him enrollment due to its competitive admission standards. He ultimately chose Hamilton because of their high academics and opportunity to play right away.

The 6-foot, 250-pound Andersen will be fighting for a starting spot on the O-Line for the Loggers of the Northwest Conference. Andersen was an All-Grossmont Hills League second team pick as a senior. Ware also earned second team All-GHL defense.


Howard, Team USA
fry French footballers, 19-0

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PARIS, France (4-5-13) — It’s not known whether Valhalla High’s BEN HOWARD can speak French or not, but football is rapidly becoming a game without language barriers.

The Norsemen’s wide receiver represented the United States as part of the American Football Worldwide ELITE team in a football game against the national U19 team of France .

The Americans blanked Les Blues, 19-0, in a game played on March 30.

Howard’s participation in this game, pitting USA graduating high school seniors against the French team, is doubly historic in that it marks the first time a scholastic team from the United States has competed on French soil, and it is also the first time a scholastic American team has traveled overseas to play another country’s national team.

Howard made several key catches, including a 12-yard scoring strike to give AFW ELITE the lead, 6-0.


Clark returns to re-stock his Mustangs

By Bill Dickens
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EL CAJON (3-19-13) — Ever since West Hills High graduate ADAM CLARK took the coaching reins at Western New Mexico University, he has been on the prowl for East County talent to fuel his football team.

He has awarded his share of scholarships and the latest one is to West Hills defensive end JORDAN ARNOLD. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Arnold is a sackmaster and should make an impact in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference at the Silver City, N.M., campus right away.

Arnold was a first team All-East County pick as a senior.

In other football scholarship news, Grossmont High’s 6-4, 205-pound defensive end HAYDEN HERRINGTON has landed a ride to Montana Tech, an NAIA school in Butte, Mont., of the Frontier Conference.

Herrington logged 54 tackles, 7 sacks, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble and averaged 36 yards per punt as a second team All-Grossmont Hills League player. A 3-year varsity starter, Herrington has played offensive line, defensive line, tight end, halfback and punter.

Meanwhile Granite Hills linebacker JACOB MAZZENGA, who turned down several Division II scholarship offers, will continue his college career at NCAA Division 3 Elmhurst College of Illinois, which he figures will best fit his academic needs.

He will major in Exercise Science with a minor in Health. His goal is to work with Youth Type 2 diabetes kids by means of exercise and diet. In his senior season Mazzenga earned All-East County honors as a linebacker with 72 solo tackles.


Helix' Milo leads parade of recent scholarships

By Bill Dickens
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LA MESA (3-9-13) — Four East County football players have made scholarship plans for the 2013 season.

Helix High lineman WILLIAM AMU MILO (5-9, 260) has committed to Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colo. of the NCAA Division II Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Milo was a four-time All-East County pick on both sides of the ball and made All-CIF his final two seasons.

Highlanders teammate MICHAEL ADKINS has landed a scholarship to the University of Colorado of the Pac-12 Conference in Boulder. The running back rushed for 1770 yards and 24 touchdowns on 216 carries his senior year after earning All-CIF as well as All-East County for his final two seasons.

Meanwhile Granite Hills linebacker JACOB MAZZENGA has committed to Elmhurst College of Elmhurst, Ill. He has demonstrated “the true meaning of a student athlete by earning a 3.1 grade-point average.” He plans to pursue a degree in Sports Medicine.

El Cajon Valley graduate RYAN PEET has accepted a football scholarship to Bethel College in North Newton, Kan., an NAIA institution affiliated with the Kansas Collegiate Conference. The versatile Peet has demonstrated the ability to play on both sides of the ball.


Howard to play football in France

Special to East County Sports.com
MOLINE, Ill. (3-4-13) — Valhalla High wide receiver BEN HOWARD will represent the United States as part of the American Football Worldwide ELITE team in a football game against the national U19 team of France. The game is scheduled to take place in Paris on March 30.

In his senior season, Howard recorded 39 receptions for 800 yards and nine touchdowns helping lead the Norsemen to a 9-4 record.

In a game against CIF state Division II state champion Madison, Howard set a school record and tied the league record with four touchdown catcges in dealing the Warhawks their lone defeat.

His play throughout the season resulted in his being named first team All-East County, All-Grossmont Hills League first team and Valhalla’s wide receiver of the year.

Howard’s participation in this game, pitting USA graduating high school seniors against the French team, is doubly historic in that it marks the first time a scholastic team from the United States will compete on French soil and it is also the first time a scholastic American team has traveled overseas to play another country’s national team.

“Partaking in this trip to France will bestow me with a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience life in Europe, while at the same time playing a game that I love,” said

Howard. “After breaking my collarbone during my senior year, I was unable to finish my season so this game will act as closure to the career I wasn’t able to finish wearing a Valhalla jersey.”

American Football Worldwide’s ELITE team comes from a true cross-section of the United States and represents nearly every corner and region of the country. Fourteen different states are represented on the 35-man roster.


Hillers on the move

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EL CAJON (2-7-13) — National Letter of Intent signing day was held Wednesday (Feb. 6), with three members of the Grossmont Foothillers accepting scholarship offers.

They include (pictured above, l-r): wide receiver BRETT STONE (Northern Colorado), two-way standout MARCUS FLISHER (Truman State, Mo.), and defensive back/kick returner TRENT GALKOSKI (Minn.-Crookston).
Other East County signees
DIVISION I

Michael Adkins, Helix (Colorado)
Nehemiah Brown, Valhalla (Army)
Lonnie Tuff, Steele Canyon (Pennsylvania)
DIVISION II
Virnel Moon, El Cajon Valley (Colorado Mesa)
2013 SIGNING DAY
Norsemen make their marks

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EL CAJON (2-7-13) — Valhalla High graduates SPENCER HAVIRD, De’SHAWN TONE and Grossmont product TRENT GALKOSKI are among the latest East County football players to sign letters of intent.

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Havird was a highly decorated player for the Norsemen. The East County Defensive Player of the Year will attend Gardner-Webb University, an NCAA I-FCS institution in Boiling Springs, N.C.

Tone (6-1, 240), a rush defensive end, was recruited by former West Hills standout quarterback PHILIP STABACK to Southwest Baptist University, a Division 2 school in Bolivar, Mo. Staback is officially the offensive coordinator for the Bearcats of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

Galkoski (6-0), 185), a versatile DB/KR/WR should make an impact at NCAA Division II University of Minnesota-Crookston.

“ Trent is an extremely versatile football player who can do it all on the field,” said Grossmont coach TOM KARLO. “He’s a great example for the younger guys on how to be a true student athlete.”

A first team All-East County pick, Galkoski registered 102 tackles – 5 for losses – intercepted a pass, recovered a fumble and scored a touchdown. He averaged 37 yards on 7 kickoff returns.

A three-sport letterman for Valhalla, Havird led the Norsemen to a 9-4 record and a number 45 ranking in the state. He earned All-State second team honors from CalHiSports.com as one of the state’s top 24 defensive players. He paced the Norsemen with 163 tackles (112 solo), 11 interceptions, 8 tackles for loss, 2 forced fumbles and 4 fumble recovers at safety. The highlight of his career is he has 23 tackles against Morse. Havird is also a standout in basketball and volleyball. He selected Gardner-Webb over Old Dominion, Western New Mexico and Colorado-Mesa.

Tone should make a major impact at the Division II level.

“De’Shawn should contribute immediately because he is one of a kind,” said Staback.

Hillers' Flisher 'stops here' at Truman

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KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (2-1-13) — Grossmont High senior MARCUS FLISHER, a 5-foot-9, 170-pound cornerback/running back, has accepted a scholarship to play football at Truman State University.

The Bulldogs, an NCAA Division II school, are a member of the Mid-America Athletic Association.

Flisher, who owns a 3.9 grade point average, recorded 75 tackles, seven pass break-ups, two interceptions, one forced fumble and fumble recovery and blocked a kick for the Foothillers. He also scored five touchdowns.

“Marcus had multiple offers but chose Truman State after he took his official visit,” said Grossmont football coach TOM KARLO. “He liked the school, both athletically and academically.”

The Bulldogs finished 4-7 a year ago, but have high hopes for the 2013 season.


   All-State honors for
Foothillers' Lawrence

Tabbed to All-Juniors
team by CalHiSports

By Bill Dickens
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EL CAJON (1-25-13) — Grossmont High quarterback ANTHONY LAWRENCE has been named to the CalHiSports All-State Football – Juniors team.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Lawrence was named to the second team multipurpose as a quarterback and running back, according to the respected website.

In leading Grossmont to a 9-3 record last season, Lawrence completed 272 of 402 passes for 3480 yards and 36 touchdowns. He also rushed for 270 yards and a pair of scores. As a sophomore Lawrence has 2796 total offense and 20 touchdowns.

Lawrence was labeled the East County Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and was an All-CIF San Diego Section first team offense pick by the San Diego County media.

Steele Canyon's Lonnie Tuff
(File photo by Frank Price, youatplay.com)
Cougars' Tuff: Rises from TJ to the Ivy League

By Bill Dickens
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RANCHO SAN DIEGO
(1-23-13) — When LONNIE TUFF was 5 years old and his father had recently passed away, he lived and attended kindergarten in Tijuana.

But the 5-foot-11, 180-pound Steele Canyon High senior running back overcame the adversity of his adolescence to earn a 4.6 grade-point average and a scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania.

“Lonnie had his choice of colleges, he could have gone anywhere,” said his coach, SCOTT LONGERBONE.

Tuff, who was hampered by injuries – a broken ankle as a junior and sprained the opposite ankle as a senior – remained a major college recruit.

Brown University, Cornell and USD were among the recruiting derby seeking Tuff’s talents.

Said Longerbone, “Lonnie has a 4.6 GPA and the sixth-best SAT score in our school.”

In two seasons, Tuff rushed for 1,590 yards and 17 touchdowns for the Cougars. However, at Penn the Quakers have recruited him as a defensive back.

“I’ll play where they want me to play but I’d like a shot at running back, and they said they’d give me that,” Tuff said.


CalHiSports All-State Football Team honorees
East County selections
— Second Team Defense: DB Spencer Havird (Valhalla) 6-2, 185, Sr.
— Third Team Offense: QB Ramsey Romano (Valhalla) 6-3, 185, Sr.
Other CIFSDS selections:

First Team Offense: RB Pierre Cormier (Madison) 5-10, 185, Sr.
First Team Defense: LB William Gulley (Oceanside) 6-0, 225, Sr.
Second Team Offense: OL Scott Quessenberry (La Costa Canyon) 6-4, 275, Sr.
Second Team Multi-purpose: QB/RB Isreal "Tofi" Paopao (Oceanside) 6-0, 225, Sr.
Third Team Defense: DL Jonathan Petersen (Poway) 6-1, 190, Sr.
Third Team Defense: DB Derek Babiash (Poway) 6-1, 170, Sr.
Third Team Multi-purpose: RB/DB Aaron Baltazar (Eastlake) 6-0, 200, Sr.

All-State Medium Schools   All-State Small Schools
Celebrating a touchdown is Santana's Jareth Raymond (32) and Grossmont's
Ryan Green during Saturday's (Jan. 12) Friday Night Lights Magazine all-star
game for graduating seniors, held at Helix High School's Jim Arnaiz Field.
The Red stars blanked the Blue stars, 24-0.
(Photos by Frank Price, www.youatplay.com)
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Christian's Rayvon Owens (left) with the hit
on Grossmont running back Jeff Bowers.

Left: Santana's Jareth Raymond (32); Right: Christian's Rayvon Owens.

'Lights' All-Star Game to be played in sunshine

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LA MESA (1-11-13) — Seventeen East County graduated seniors will participate in an All-Star football game sponsored by San Diego Friday Night Lights Magazine, on Saturday (Jan. 12) at Helix High with a 1 p.m. kickoff.

The teams are divided into the San Diego Nationals and the San Diego Americans. Admission to the game is $5.

Among the nuggets playing in the game from East County are:

Ryan Green (Grossmont), Jeff Bowers (Grossmont), Virnel Moon (El Cajon Valley), Tyler Browning (Santana), Jareth Raymond (Santana), Rayvon Owens (Christian), Brandon Andrade (Steele Canyon), Hakim Harris (El Cajon Valley), Michael Mansour (Valhalla), Tyler Leslie (Christian), Adam Dean (Grossmont), Kevin Brady (Santana), Ryan Peet (El Cajon Valley), Amu Milo (Helix), Keith Rogers (Valhalla), Phillip George (Christian), and D’Shea Wade (El Cajon Valley).


Cal-Hi Sports'
Final State Rankings

15. Oceanside (12-1)
40. Poway (10-3)
44. Helix (10-1)
45. Valhalla (9-4)

46. Madison (14-1)
Norsemen recognized with Top 50 state ranking
Helix tops East County at No. 44; Norsemen next at No. 45

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TORRANCE (12-22-12) — Following what arguably was the greatest season in Valhalla High football history, second year head coach CHARLES BUSSEY and his Norsemen were rewarded by Cal-Hi Sports with a berth in its final Top 50 state rankings for 2012.

Valhalla (9-4) finished in 45th place, just one spot behind 2011 Division II state bowl champion Helix.

The explanation by Cal-Hi Sports was right on the mark:

Of all the teams in the state, the Norsemen go up the most in the final rankings. This is due to them having a head-to-head win over Madison, which won the CIF Division III state final, in addition to having lost by just three points to Oceanside in the CIF San Diego Section Division II semifinals. And other than a first game loss to Mira Mesa (also by just three), Valhalla’s other losses were to higher-ranked El Toro and Helix. Another key win came against La Costa Canyon (which was good enough on one night to beat Poway).

El Toro finished in 25th place, while La Costa Canyon was in the state ratings for the first nine weeks of the season.

Meanwhile, Helix was the third-best ballclub from the CIF San Diego Section, according to Cal-Hi Sports. They wrote:

Last year’s CIF Division II state bowl champs went out of this year’s Division II section playoffs in the semifinals with a loss to Poway . The Highlanders still showed some strength, especially early on with a win against Eastlake of Chula Vista (eventually won San Diego D1 title) and then a win over Valhalla of El Cajon (lost by just three to Oceanside in San Diego D2 semifinals).

Oceanside led all schools from San Diego and Imperial counties with a rating of 15th, followed by Poway at No. 40. The other local school named was Division IV champion Madison, placed one spot behind Valhalla at No. 46.


A Capital idea for Santana trio

© East County Sports.com
COLUMBUS, Ohio (12-14-12) — Huddled in the shadow of Ohio State, Capital University, an NCAA Division III school, has invited three Santana standouts from the Sultans' 2011 San Diego CIF runner-up team to participate in their football program.

The Santee trio of quarterback KYLE GASNER, receiver-defensive back LANDON LOZOYA and running back TYLER WEISS will enroll at the school of 4,000 in January 2013.

Capital University is coming off a 2-8 season so the trio should have a chance to start in their freshman year.

2012 All-CIF San Diego Section Team
Selected by the media via San Diego Hall of Champions
Offensive player of the year: Isreal "Tofi" Paopao, Oceanside
Defensive player of the year: William Gulley, Oceanside
Kicker of year: Fernando Elizarraraz, Oceanside
Coach of the year: Dave Dunn, Lincoln
First Team Offense
QB-Isreal "Tofi" Paopao Oceanside Sr.
QB-Anthony Lawrence Grossmont Jr.
QB-Ramsey Romano Valhalla Sr.

RB-Pierre Cormier Madison Sr.
RB-Royce Freeman Imperial Jr.
RB-Aaron Baltazar Eastlake Sr.
RB-Justin Williams El Camino Sr.
WR-Chris Martin Otay Ranch Sr.
WR-Thai Cottrell Oceanside Jr.
WR-Kendal Keys Helix Sr.
OL-Scott Quessenberry La Costa Cyn. Sr.   
OL-C.J. Tauala Oceanside Sr.
OL-Sean Dowling Fallbrook Sr.
OL-David Zumwalt Mission Hills Sr.
OL-Jordan Poland La Jolla Country Day Sr.
First Team Defense
DL-Blake Wilson Eastlake Sr.
DL-Amu Milo Helix Sr.
DL-Tyrell Robinson Lincoln Sr.
DL-De'Shawn Tone Valhalla Sr.
DL-Jon Petersen Poway Sr.
LB-Alec Moreno Poway Sr.
LB-William Gulley Oceanside Sr.
LB-Ricky Liuchan Mission Hills Jr.
LB-Keoni Kanoa Madison Sr.
LB-Rey Osuna Olympian Jr.
DB-Derek Babiash Poway Sr.
DB-Tyree Robinson Lincoln Sr.
DB-Parker Price Cathedral Catholic Sr.
DB-Spencer Havird Valhalla Sr.
DB-Chad Nolan Mission Hills Sr.
Second Team Offense
QB-Connor Wynn Mission Hills Jr.
QB-Joseph Le'Gerrette-Luke Mater Dei Sr.
RB-Nehemiah Gross Poway Sr.
RB-Michael Adkins Helix Sr.
RB-Jevante Reed Chula Vista Sr.
RB-Austin Bernard Valley Center Sr.
RB-Andrell Snowden Olympian Sr.
WR-Michael McInerny Valley Center Sr.
WR-Darren Carrington Horizon Sr.
WR-Sergio Bailey Olympian Sr.
OL-Joey Kuperman Cathedral Catholic Sr.
OL-Dominic Burtech Santa Fe Christian Sr.
OL-Rey Tabbs Olympian Sr.
OL-Jacob Alsadek Torrey Pines Sr.
OL-Josh Allen Ramona Sr.
Second Team Defense
DL-Kiel Robinson Mission Hills Sr.
DL-Jordan Arnold West Hills Sr.
DL-Robert Decort St. Augustine Sr.
DL-Hunter Moore Mission Hills Sr.
LB-Keifer Graham Eastlake Sr.
LB-Kyle Hendrickson San Pasqual Jr.
LB-Rocky Fuga Helix Sr.
LB-Max Michaels Poway Sr.
DB-Jalen Davis Helix Jr.
DB-Jabril Clewis Patrick Henry Jr.
DB-Lee Walker Madison Sr.
DB-Isiah Olave Eastlake Jr.
DB-Ryshaud Keegan Oceanside Sr.
DB-Ryan Sharpe Poway Sr.
DB-Jace Whittaker Oceanside Jr.

Sportswriters/Sportscasters
CIF San Diego Section Poll
Conducted by UT San Diego
(First-place votes in parenthesis)
FINAL RANKINGS
Rank/School
  WL 
  Pts
LW
1. Oceanside (29)
2. Poway
3. Eastlake
4. Madison
5. Mission Hills
6. Helix
7. Lincoln
8. St. Augustine
9. Cathedral Catholic
10. Valhalla
12-1 
10-3 
9-4 
12-1 
10-3 
10-2 
9-4 
10-3 
2-8*
9-4 
290
221
195
174
173
151
105
65
63
48
1
6
9
8
4
2

7
4
*forfeited 8 games
Honorable mention – Olympian (41), Santa Fe Christian (20), Ramona (9), La Costa Canyon (9), Grossmont (5), Francis Parker (2), San Pasqual (1)..
29 sportswriters, sportscasters and reps from the CIF vote in the weekly poll. The panel includes: John Maffei, Terry Monahan, Tom Sheridan, Dennis Lin, Craig Malveaux (U-T San Diego), Rick Hoff and Tom Saxe (U-T SD stringers), Nick Pellegrino (East County Sports), Steve Brand and John Shacklett (Hall of Champions), Rick Hill (East County), Steve Dolan (my1079fm.com), Rick Willis and Brandon Stone (KUSI-TV), John Kentera. Bob Petinak, Mark Chlebowski, Ted Mendenhall, Jordan Carruth, Jack Cronin, Bobby Wooldridge (XX Sports Radio 1090), Bruce Ward (San Diego City Schools), Jeff Kurtz (playsports), Craig Elsten (619sports.net), Dave Axelson (The Coronado Eagle & Journal), Anthony Gentile (San Diego Reader), Rick Smith (Partletonsports.com), and Jerry Schiepp and John LaBeta (CIF-SDS).
2012 ALL-EAST COUNTY™ FOOTBALL TEAM

In memory of Murphy, Hillers earn four honors
on annual All-East County™ football team

By Bill Dickens
© East County Sports.com

EL CAJON (12-2-12) — Grossmont High was led by junior quarterback ANTHONY LAWRENCE, who directed the most explosive offensive attack in the San Diego Section.

Lawrence, the East County Sports Offensive Player of the Year paced the circuit in passing yardage (3,480 yards, 36 TDs) and guided the Foothillers to a 9-3 finish. That’s a step up for Lawrence, who was the Rookie of the Year as a sophomore.

Offensive Rookie of the Year went to running back PARIS MILLER (1,224 yards, 11 TDs) of Christian High.

Most Improved Player is Grossmont receiver CHRISTIAN BROOKS, who led East County receivers with 64 catches for 810 yards.

East County’s Offensive Unsung Hero is Mount Miguel receiver-safety DAVAUGHN MURRAY. Meanwhile, Grossmont’s TOM KARLO was selected East County Sports Coach of the Year for leading the Hillers to a solid 9-3 finish. The Foothillers' alum took over following the offseason death of RON MURPHY due to cancer. Murphy won the award in 2010; Karlo first won with Mount Miguel in 2007.

East County Sports' Defensive Player of the Year is Valhalla senior SPENCER HAVIRD, who recorded 163 tackles and intercepted 10 passes while recovered 4 fumbles.

Other defensive winners include Rookie of the Year JARED TURNER of El Capitan, Most Improved is Grossmont’s TRENT GALKOSKI, and Defensive Unsung Hero is Christian’s SEBASTIAN SWIFT.

The selections are made by the editorial staff of East County Sports.

 
2012 All-East County™ Football Team
(Selected by the Editorial staff of EastCountySports.com)
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
Player, School

  Ht, Wt, Yr  

QB
QB
RB
RB
RB
RB
RB
WR
WR
TE
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
K
Anthony Lawrence, Grossmont
Ramsey Romano, Valhalla
Michael Adkins, Helix
Jemeil Jackson, Monte Vista
Rayvon Owens, Christian
Paris Miller, Christian.
Scott Root, El Capitan
Ben Howard, Valhalla
Kendal Keys, Helix
Jeff Bowers, Grossmont
Amu Milo, Helix
Michael Mansour, Valhalla
Marcos Zamudio, Santana
Tyler Leslie, Christian
Donovan Tacadena, Monte Vista
Daniel McManus, West Hills
6-1 191 11
6-3 185 12
5-11 200 12
5-10 170 11
5-10 180 12
5-9 175 11
6-1 185 11
5-11 155 12
6-2 185 12
5-8 160 12
5-9 260 12
6-1 264 12
5-10 155 12
6-1 250 12
5-11 210 12
6-1 170 11
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
Player, School
  Ht, Wt, Yr  
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
DB
DB
DB
DB
P
De’Shawn Tone, Valhalla
Amu Milo, Helix
Jordan Arnold, West Hills
Jaleel Hunn, Helix
Rocky Fuga, Helix
Sonny Samoata, Mount Miguel
Sebastian Swift, Christian
Lashawn Ware, Steele Hills
Spencer Havird, Valhalla
Kendal Keys, Helix
Trent Galkoski, Grossmont
Marquise Powell, Helix
Davaughn Murray, Mount Mig.
Dominic Banaga, Granite Hills
Jarred Turner, El Capitan
Ean Hendrickson, Valhalla
6-1 240 12
5-9 260 12
6-1 195 12
6-3 190 12
6-0 215 12
6-0 225 12
6-0 190 11
5-9 175 12
6-2 183 12
6-2 185 12
5-11 180 12
5-9 170 12
6-1 175 11
5-10 180 12
5-8 155 10
6-2 145 11
Players of the Year
ANTHONY LAWRENCE, Grossmont
(offense) / SPENCER HAVIRD, Valhalla (defense)
Rookies of the Year
PARIS MILLER, Christian
(offense) / JARED TURNER, El Capitan (defense)
Unsung Heroes
DAVAUGHN MURRAY, Mount Miguel
(offense) / SEBASTIAN SWIFT, Christian (defense)
Most Improved Players
CHRISTIAN BROOKS, Grossmont
(offense) / TRENT GALKOSKI, Grossmont (defense)
Coach of the Year
TOM KARLO, Grossmont
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
Player, School
  Ht, Wt, Yr  
QB
QB
QB
RB
RB
RB
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
OL
OL
UTL
UTL
K

Brandon Andrade, Steele Canyon
Josh Harris, Helix
Brad Cagle, El Capitan
Lonnie Tuff, Steele Canyon
Eric Seaboch, West Hills
Ben Lomibao, Mount Miguel
Kevin Mills, Valhalla
Lawrence Dickens, Steele Cyn.
Jovon Richardson, Mount Miguel
Ryan Browning, Santana
Christian Brooks, Grossmont
Forrest Hanlon, Helix
Robert Rios, Mount Miguel
Virnel Moon, El Cajon Valley
Marlon Lampart, Grossmont
Mason Powell, Christian

5-10 175 12
6-3 160 11
5-10 175 10
5-11 180 12
6-1 215 12
5-10 180 12
5-9 160 12
5-9 150 11
6-2 210 11
6-0 165 12
5-11 180 11
6-2 200 9
5-11 260 12
5-11 151 12
5-7 145 12
5-11 160 11
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
Player, School
  Ht, Wt, Yr  
DL
DL
DL
DL
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
LB
DB
UTL
P
Shawn Morales, Monte Vista
Justin Lepisi, West Hills
Miracle Tausaga, Mount Mig.
Josh Tausaga, Mount Miguel
Kevin Brady, Santana
Tyler Browning, Santana
Ryan Ernsbarger, Valhalla
Jacob Mazzenga, Granite Hills
D.J. Smith, El Capitan
Rueben Leasau, Helix.
Lashawn Ware, Steele Canyon
Giuseppe Castanos, Valhalla
Dan Jacobs, Grossmont
Nehemiah Brown, Valhalla
Spencer George, Foothills Chr.
Rashaan Miller, West Hills
6-1 175 12
6-3 285 12
6-0 230 11
6-0 270 12
6-0 230 12
6-0 185 12
6-0 190 12
5-11 205 12
5-11 205 10
6-2 215 11
6-0 270 12
5-11 188 11
5-11 196 12
5-10 172 12
5-11 172 12
6-5 190 12

2012 Coaches' All-League Football Teams
(Selected by head coachers in each respective league)
GROSSMONT HILLS LEAGUE
Offensive Player of the Year: RAMSEY ROMANO, Valhalla
Defensive Co-Players of the Year: KENDAL KEYS, Helix and AMU MILO, Helix
Kicker of the Year: DANIEL McMANUS, West Hills
Coach of the Year: TAY SNEDDON, West Hills
FIRST TEAM – OFFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
QB      Ramsey Romano        Valhalla         6-3    185    Sr.
QB      Anthony Lawrence     Grossmont        6-1    191    Jr.
RB      Lonnie Tuff          Steele Canyon    5-11   180    Sr.
RB      Michael Adkins       Helix            5-11   200    Sr.
WR      Ben Howard           Valhalla         5-11   155    Sr.
WR      Kendal Keys          Helix            6-2    185    Sr.
WR      Jeff Bowers          Grossmont        5-8    160    Sr.
OL      Kevin Jaynes         West Hills       6-4    230    Jr.
OL      Michael Mansour      Valhalla         6-1    264    Sr.
OL      Forrest Hanlon       Helix            6-2    200    Fr.
OL      Kaleem Parrish       Helix            5-10   200    Jr.
-
SECOND TEAM – OFFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
QB      Brandon Andrade      Steele Canyon    5-10   175    Sr.
QB      Josh Harris          Helix            6-3    160    Jr.
RB      Eric Seaboch         West Hills       6-1    215    Sr.
WR      Lawrence Dickens     Steele Canyon    5-9    150    Jr.
WR      Kevin Mills          Valhalla         5-9    160    Sr.
WR      Christian Brooks     Grossmont        5-11   180    Jr.
WR      Brett Stone          Grossmont        6-0    170    Sr.
OL      Cole Andersen        Valhalla         6-0    250    Sr.
OL      Rocky Rangel         Grossmont        6-3    263    Jr.
OL      Anthony Hernandez    Steele Canyon    6-2    190    Jr.
OL      Joe Zizzo            Grossmont        6-3    281    Sr.
-
FIRST TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
DB      Spencer Havird       Valhalla         6-2    183    Sr.
DB      Jalen Davis          Helix            5-9    170    Jr.
DB      Trent Galkoski       Grossmont        5-11   180    Sr.
DB      Marquise Powell      Helix            5-9    170    Sr.
LB      Rocky Fuga           Helix            6-0    215    Sr.
LB      Rueben Leasau        Helix            6-2    215    Jr.
LB      Tigran Gumushyan     Grossmont        5-11   200    Sr.
DL      Jordan Arnold        West Hills       6-1    195    Sr.
DL      De’Shawn Tone        Valhalla         6-1    240    Sr.
DL      Jaleel Hunn          Helix            6-3    190    Sr.
DL      Amu Milo             Helix            5-9    260    Sr.
-
SECOND TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
DB      Dominic Banaga       Granite Hills    5-10   180    Sr.
DB      Nate Murray          Steele Canyon    5-9    140    Sr.
DB      Jordan Johnson       Steele Canyon    6-1    165    So.
DB      Nehemiah Brown       Valhalla         5-10   172    Sr.
DB      LaShawn Ware         Steele Canyon    5-9    175    Sr.
LB      Jacob Mazzenga       Granite Hills    5-11   205    Sr.
LB      Ryan Ernsbarger      Valhalla         6-0    190    Sr.
LB      Guiseppi Castano     Valhalla         5-11   188    Jr.
DL      Justin Lepisi        West Hills       6-3    285    Sr.
DL      Phillip Diaz de Leon Valhalla         6-3    265    Sr.
DL      Hayden Herrington    Grossmont        6-4    208    Sr.
-
HONORABLE MENTION
GRANITE HILLS: Josh Longbreak (Jr.), Clint Tysoll (Sr.), Jake Burton
(Fr.), Justin Mitchell (Jr.).
GROSSMONT: J.T. Barnes (Jr.), Marcus Flisher (Sr.), Dan Jacobs (Sr.),
Ryan Green (Sr.).
HELIX: Buck Parks (Sr.), Jalen Wyatt (Jr.), Jaylon Kuykendall (So.),
Tyree Hunter (Sr.).
STEELE CANYON : Jon Gauthier (Sr.), Jon Duya (Sr.), Logan Statley
(Jr.), Tommy Tyler (Sr.).
VALHALLA:  Jihad Elder (Sr.), Bryan Macias (Sr.), John Todd (Jr.),
Jacko Waltz (Sr.).
WEST HILLS:  Kevin Lopez (Sr.), Matt Lipscomb (Jr.), Rashaan Miller
(Sr.), Justin Verkest (Sr.).
GROSSMONT VALLEY LEAGUE
Offensive Player of the Year: JEMEIL JACKSON, Monte Vista
Defensive Player of the Year: SONNY SAMOATA, Mount Miguel
Kicker of the Year: JOSUE BEAS, Mount Miguel
Coach of the Year: SHAUN McDADE, Mount Miguel
FIRST TEAM – OFFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL          HT.    WT.   YEAR
QB      Brad Cagle           El Capitan      5-10   175    So.
QB      Brad Moreno          Mount Miguel    5-9    160    Jr.
RB      Ben Lomibao          Mount Miguel    5-10   180    Jr.
RB      Jemeil Jackson       Monte Vista     5-10   170    Jr.
WR      Scott Root           El Capitan      6-1    185    Jr.
WR      Jovon Richardson     Mount Miguel    6-1    215    Jr.
WR      Tyler Browning       Santana         6-0    185    Sr.
OL      Miracle Tausaga      Mount Miguel    6-1    220    Jr.
OL      Josh Tausaga         Mount Miguel    6-0    265    Sr.
OL      Marcos Zamudio       Santana         5-10   155    Sr.
OL      Donovan Tacadena     Monte Vista     5-11   210    Sr.
-
SECOND TEAM – OFFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
RB      D.J. Smith           El Capitan       5-11   205   So.
RB      Kahlil Stewart       Santana          6-0    175   Sr.
RB      Shawn Morales        Monte Vista      6-1    175   Sr.
WR      Chris Pearson        El Capitan       5-8    165   Jr.
WR      Rashad Harper        Mount Miguel     5-9    140   Jr.
WR      Virnel Moon          El Cajon Valley  5-11   151   Sr.
WR      Isaiah Fulton        Mount Miguel     5-10   170   Sr.
OL      Matt Landis          El Capitan       6-3    265   Sr.
OL      Robert Rios          Mount Miguel     5-11   260   Sr.
OL      Alejandro Chavez     Monte Vista      5-8    185   Jr.
OL      Brandon Rosete       Monte Vista      6-0    200   Jr.
-
FIRST TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
DB      Jarred Turner        El Capitan       5-8    155   So.
DB      Davaughn Murray      Mount Miguel     6-1    175   Jr.
DB      Ben Lomibao          Mount Miguel     5-10   180   Jr.
DB      Tyler Browning       Santana          6-0    185   Sr.
LB      D.J. Smith           El Capitan       5-11   205   So.
LB      Michael Nuzzo        El Capitan       6-1    225   Sr.
LB      Sonny Samoata        Mount Miguel     6-0    220   Sr.
LB      Kevin Brady          Santana          6-0    230   Jr.
DL      Thomas Whalen        El Capitan       6-2    190   Jr.
DL      Gabe Beas            Mount Miguel     6-0    200   Sr.
DL      Shawn Morales        Monte Vista      6-1    175   Sr.
-
SECOND TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.    NAME                 SCHOOL           HT.    WT.   YEAR
DB      Wyatt Alvarez        El Capitan       5-10   168    Jr.
DB      Jake Alvernaz        El Capitan       6-0    175    Sr.
DB      Tim Brown            Monte Vista      6-2    180    Sr.
DB      Danielle Miller      Monte Vista      5-8    145    Jr.
LB      Brad Holley          El Capitan       5-10   170    Sr.
LB      Jalen Walker         Mount Miguel     5-11   190    Sr.
LB      Hector Maldonado     El Cajon Valley  5-8    170    Sr.
LB      Ryan Peet            El Cajon Valley  6-1    170    Sr.
DL      Danny Clippinger     El Capitan       5-10   235    Sr.
DL      Edward Hernandez     Mount Miguel     6-2    215    Sr.
DL      Shawn Morales        Monte Vista      6-1    175    Sr.
DL      Kariar Al-Naiem      El Cajon Valley  5-9    195    Jr.
-
HONORABLE MENTION
EL CAJON VALLEY: Matthew Shearin (So.), Hakim Harris (Sr.),
Guauhtemac Guitierrez (So.), Cirwin Salih (Jr.).
EL CAPITAN: Devin Mikul (Sr.), Austin Watson (Sr.), Damon Donahoo
(Sr.), Clay Cromwell (So.).
MONTE VISTA : Ryan Shields (So.), Messai Small (Sr.), Martin Belmonte
(Sr.), Turran Price (Sr.).
MOUNT MIGUEL: Jovon Davis (Sr.), Alexis Blanco (Jr.), David Dillard 
Jr.), Kim Quezon (Jr.).
SANTANA: Brandon Patterson (Jr.), Sheldon Payne (Sr.), Ryan Browning
(Sr.), Tanner Kvedris (So.).
CENTRAL LEAGUE (Christian High only)
Defensive Player of the Year: SEBASTIAN SWIFT, Christian
Special Teams Player of the Year: MASON POWELL, Christian
FIRST TEAM – OFFENSE
POS.     NAME               SCHOOL           HT.    WT.    YEAR
RB       Paris Miller       Christian        5-9    175     Jr.
RB       Rayvon Owens       Christian        5-10   180     Sr.
OL       Tyler Leslie       Christian        6-1    250     Sr.
-
SECOND TEAM - OFFENSE
OL       Jack Vanderbilt    Christian        6-2    220     Sr.
QB       Michael Carrillo   Christian        5-10   175     Jr.
WR       Kai Arvan          Christian        5-11   175     Jr.
-
FIRST TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.     NAME               SCHOOL           HT.    WT.     YEAR
LB       Sebastian Swift    Christian        6-0    190      Jr.
DE       Zane Coffman       Christian        5-10   180      Jr.
DB       Phillip George     Christian        6-1    180      Sr.
-
SECOND TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.     NAME               SCHOOL           HT.    WT.     YEAR
LB       Trent Sauls        Christian        6-1    220      Jr.
DB       Trevor Howell      Christian        5-10   150      So.
LB       Stephen Johnston   Christian        5-9    170      Sr.
MANZANITA LEAGUE
Offensive Player of the Year: STEVEN DRYE, Holtville
Defensive Player of the Year: RHAGEEM WELLS, Mountain Empire
Kicker of the Year: LUIS NAVARRO, Calipatria
FIRST TEAM – OFFENSE
POS.     NAME               SCHOOL               YEAR
QB       Evan Franklin      Calipatria            12
QB       Steven Drye        Holtville             12
RB       Darice Aguayo      Mountain Empire       12
RB       Willie Wilson      Mountain Empire       12
WR       Jacob Whannel      Calipatria            12
TE       David Lucero       Holtville             11
OL       Andres Sanchez     Vincent Memorial      12
OL       Joe Lizarraga      Holtville             12
OL       Jose Sandoval      Holtville             12
OL       Troy Clark         Mountain Empire       11
OL       James McIntyre     Mountain Empire       12

SECOND TEAM - OFFENSE
POS.     NAME               SCHOOL               YEAR
QB       SPENCER GEORGE     FOOTHILLS CHRISTIAN   12
RB       Michael Medina     Calipatria            12
RB       Cody Thompson      Mountain Empire       12
WR       David Manglallan   Calipatria            12
WR       Angel Lomeli       Vincent Memorial      12
TE       Vaughny Opel       Mountain Empire       11
OL       Jorge Gutierrez    Calipatria            12
OL       Chris Flores       Calipatria            12
OL       David Torres       Holtville             12
OL       Dakota Whalen      Holtville             12
OL       Alex Curiel        Mountain Empire       12
 
FIRST TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.     NAME                 SCHOOL             YEAR
DL       Lance Angulo         Holtville           11
DL       Jose Sandoval        Holtville           12
DL       Larry Hollingsworth  Mountain Empire     11
DL       Alex Curiel          Mountain Empire     12
LB       Michael Medina       Calipatria          12
LB       Phillip Gutierrez    Holtville           11
LB       Rhageem Wells        Mountain Empire     12
LB       Jesse Sawyer         Mountain Empire     11
DB       Jacob Whannel        Calipatria          12
DB       David Lucero         Holtville           11
DB       Angel Lomeli         Vincent Memorial    12

SECOND TEAM – DEFENSE
POS.     NAME               SCHOOL               YEAR
DL       Antonio Gonzalez   Calipatria            12
DL       Erick Chavez       Calipatria            12
DL       Joe Lizarraga      Holtville             12
DL       Carlos Ayala       Vincent Memorial      11
LB       Luis Navarro       Calipatria            12
LB       Ben Abatti III     Holtville             12
LB       Willie Wilson      Mountain Empire       12
LB       Cody Thompson      Mountain Empire       12
DB       Alvaro Baltierra   Calipatria            11
DB       David Manglallan   Calipatria            12
DB       SPENCER GEORGE     FOOTHILLS CHRISTIAN   12

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2012 STANDINGS
Grossmont Valley League
School
W
L
W
L
PF
PA
Mount Miguel
4
0
7
5
379
301
Monte Vista
3
1
6
5
260
202
El Capitan
2
2
4
6
286
298
Santana
1
3
1
8
136
338
El Cajon Valley
0
4
3
7
217
247

Grossmont Hills League
School
W
L
W
L
T
PF
PA
x-Helix
5
0
10
1
0
353
84
Valhalla
4
1
9
4
0
464
375
Grossmont
3
2
9
3
0
461
323
x-Steele Canyon
2
3
5
6
1
316
343
West Hills
1
4
7
5
0
311
292
Granite Hills
0
5
1
9
0
100
238
x-rec'd. forfeit win from Cathedral Catholic; score converts to 1-0 (Nat'l. Federation rules).

Central League
School
W
L
W
L
PF
PA
University City
4
0
6
5
301
292
Christian
3
1
8
4
439
228
Clairemont
2
2
5
6
234
261
Coronado
1
3
2
8
94
312
Crawford
0
4
1
9
206
379

Manzanita League
School
W
L
W
L
PF
PA
Calipatria
3
1
9
3
319
207
Mountain Empire
3
1
8
4
468
270
Holtville
3
1
7
3
234
184
Vincent Memorial
1
3
3
5
192
192
Foothills Christian
0
4
3
6
146
289

CIFSDS PLAYOFFS
Championships
All at Wilson Stadium, Escondido HS
Fri., Nov. 30
Division I
(2) Eastlake 21, (1) Mission Hills 14
Division V
(1) Santa Fe Christian 31, (2) Francis Parker 15
Sat., Dec. 1
Division II

(1) Oceanside 32, (3) Poway 10
Division III

(4) Lincoln 42, (3) Ramona 14
Division IV

(2) Madison 35, (1) St. Augustine 21

Semifinals
Fri., Nov. 23
Division I

Mission Hills 42, San Pasqual 17
Eastlake 59, Grossmont 37
Division II
Oceanside 31, Valhalla 28
Poway 21, Helix 7
Division III
Lincoln 20, Olympian 7
Ramona 56, Serra 7
Division IV
St. Augustine 38, Valley Center 21
Madison 35, Brawley 16
Division V
Santa Fe Christian 49, Horizon 35
Francis Parker 27, Christian 24 (2-OT)


Quarterfinals
Fri., Nov. 16
Division I

Mission Hills 35, Carlsbad 7
San Pasqual 20, El Camino 16
Grossmont 55, Rancho Buena Vista 34
Eastlake 28, Torrey Pines 10
Division II
Oceanside 50, Hilltop 0
Valhalla 34, at La Costa Canyon 33
Poway 31, Westview 0
Helix 48, Steele Canyon 21
Division III

Olympian 40, Mt. Carmel 7
Lincoln 21, Point Loma 17
Ramona 41, West Hills 21
Serra df. Cathedral Catholic, 1-0 (forfeit)
Division IV
St. Augustine 42, Del Norte 13
Valley Center 23, Mar Vista 21
Brawley 26, Imperial 21
Madison 46, Mount Miguel 38
Division V
Santa Fe Christian 31, Mtn. Empire 6
Horizon 40, La Jolla Country Day 24
Christian 56, Calipatria 3
Francis Parker 38, The Bishop's 10

First Round
Fri., Nov. 9
Division I

Carlsbad 49, at Otay Ranch 29
El Camino 26, Patrick Henry 3
Rancho Buena Vista 52, at Chula Vista 33
Torrey Pines 42, at Escondido 7
Division II
Hilltop 35, at Orange Glen 28 (OT)
Valhalla 52, Rancho Bernardo 21
Westview 35, Bonita Vista 7
Steele Canyon 17, San Marcos 6
Division III

Mt. Carmel 22, at Morse 7
Point Loma 42, at University City 3
West Hills 14, Hoover 13
Serra 42, Monte Vista 13
Division IV
Del Norte 34, Mission Bay 28
Mar Vista 31, Clairemont 7
Imperial 34, La Jolla 20
Mount Miguel 26, Mater Dei 14
Division V
Del Norte 34, Mission Bay 28
Mar Vista 31, Clairemont 7
Imperial 34, La Jolla 20
Mount Miguel 26, Mater Dei 14

REGULAR SEASON
WEEK 1
Non-League

Fri., Aug. 31
Helix 28, Eastlake 6
Grossmont 28, Ramona 24
West Hills 47, Santana 14
Mount Miguel 50, Fallbrook 33
El Cajon Valley 48, Sweetwater 13
Foothills Chr. 12, Calvin Chr. 7
Christian 49, Linfield Christian 0
Cathedral 35, Steele Canyon 6
Chula Vista 35, Granite Hills 12
Mira Mesa 31, Valhalla 28
Serra 26, Monte Vista 14
Horizon 34, Mountain Empire 0
Clairemont 25, The Bishop's 21
Hoover 28, University City 8
Francis Parker 42, Coronado 3
SD-Southwest 56, Crawford 0
Calipatria 26, Desert Mirage 10
Calexico 14, Holtville 10
Borrego 33, Julian 20

WEEK 2
Fri., Sept. 7
Non-League

No. 1 Helix 43, No. 9 Vista 7
Grossmont 30, Escondido 6
Christian 49, Santana 26
El Cajon Valley 30, Montgomery 7
West Hills 45, Kearny 6
Valhalla 42, Madison 28
Foothills Christian 34, Maranatha Chr. 7
Otay Ranch 37, Mount Miguel 12
St. Augustine 27, Steele Canyon 21
El Capitan 28, Granite Hills 21
Clairemont 40, EC-Southwest 7
Holtville 21, SD-Southwest 19
Calipatria 36, San Diego Jewish 0
La Jolla Country Day 49, Vincent Mem. 0
San Pasqual Academy 34, Crawford 12
Santa Fe Christian 35, Coronado 0
Archbishop Murphy (Wash.) 40, University City 26
Sat., Sept. 8
Non-League

Mountain Empire 46, L.A. Douglass 0
Monte Vista 33, The Bishop’s 12

WEEK 3
Non-League
Fri., Sept. 14

Christian 20, El Cajon Valley 17
Grossmont 48, Bonita Vista 25
Monte Vista 17, Sweetwater 0
Steele Canyon 34, Temescal Canyon 16
Valhalla 43, Morse 40
West Hills 47, El Centro-Central 19
Cathedral Catholic 16, Helix 9
Imperial 46, Santana 0
Madison 35, Mount Miguel 31
Patrick Henry 21, Granite Hills 6
San Ysidro 40, Foothills Christian 16
Serra 55, El Capitan 49 (2-OT)
Horizon 47, Crawford 20
Mission Bay 49, Clairemont 6
University City 44, El Centro-Southwest 6
Calexico 23, Calipatria 9
Mountain Empire 42, Anza-Hamilton 7
Crescent Heights (Albt.) at Holtville, ccd.
Vincent Memorial - bye
Sat., Sept. 15
Aliso Viejo-Aliso Niguel 42, Coronado 12

WEEK 4
Fri., Sept. 21
Non-League

El Cajon Valley 32, San Ysidro 3
El Capitan 38, Hilltop 14
Helix 28, Mount Miguel 6
Grossmont 35, Mar Vista 21
West Hills 31, Serra 14
Eastlake 56, Steele Canyon 26
El Centro-Central 34, Santana 31
El Toro 77, Valhalla 46
Francis Parker 24, Christian 20
Kearny 27, Monte Vista 14
San Diego HS 25, Granite Hills 13
Mountain Empire 56, Calvary Christian 27
Madison 49, Clairemont 6
University City 65, Escondido Charter 35
Coronado 33, The Rock 3
Foothills Christian vs. The Rock, ccd.
Holtville 40, EC-Southwest 13
Vincent Memorial 36, Classical Aca. 14
Sat., Sept. 22
Calipatria 39, Crawford 28

WEEK 5
Fri., Sept. 28
Non-League

West Hills 21, El Capitan 0
Granite Hills 20, El Cajon Valley 16
Grossmont 42, San Diego HS 12
Valhalla 31, Mount Miguel 24
Foothills Christian 19, Classical Aca. 18 (OT)
Steele Canyon 49, Canyon Country 49, tie
Patrick Henry 9, Monte Vista 6 (OT)
Mar Vista 33, Santana 13
Hoover (5-0) 27, Clairemont 7
Serra 38, University City 12
Army-Navy 30, Mountain Empire 16
Crawford 40, Vincent Memorial 28
Holtville 32, Escondido Charter 21
Calipatria 47, San Luis (Ariz.) 0
La Jolla 21, Coronado 0
Sat., Sept. 29
Non-League

Christian 29, Mission Bay 19

WEEK 6
Fri., Oct. 5
Grossmont Hills League

No. 3 Helix 24, Valhalla 0
No.10 Grossmont 48, Granite Hills 6
Steele Canyon 36, No. 12 West Hills 10
Grossmont Valley League
Santana 21, ECVHS 12
Mount Miguel 24, Monte Vista 7
Central League
Christian 42, Coronado 10
Clairemont 41, Crawford 8
Manzanita League
Vincent Memorial 50, Foothills Christian 0
Calipatria 40, Mtn. Empire 28
Non-League
No. 7 Olympian 41, El Capitan 6
La Jolla 56, University City 7
Holtville at Calvary Christian, ccd.

WEEK 7
Fri., Oct. 12
Grossmont Hills League

Grossmont 42, Steele Canyon 35
Valhalla 45, West Hills 17
Helix 48, Granite Hills 0
Grossmont Valley League
El Capitan 35, Santana 21
Mount Miguel 46, El Cajon Valley 13
Manzanita League
Holtville 42, Foothills Christian 0
Mountain Empire 40, Vincent Memorial 12
Central League
University City 37, Crawford 0
Clairemont 33, Coronado 3
Non-League
Madison 45, Christian 28
Monte Vista 35, Huntington Beach-Brethren Christian 7
Calipatria df. Borrego Springs, forfeit

WEEK 8
Fri., Oct. 19
Grossmont Hills League

Valhalla 39, Grossmont 28
Helix 35, West Hills 0
Steele Canyon 45, Granite Hills 8
Grossmont Valley League
Monte Vista 38, El Capitan 28
Mount Miguel 41, Santana 3
Central League
Christian 28, Clairemont 25
University City 43, Coronado 0
Manzanita League
Calipatria 41, Foothills Christian 6
Holtville 27, Vincent Memorial 22
Non-League
Orange Glen 21, El Cajon Valley 15
Point Loma df. Crawford, forfeit
Sat., Oct. 20
Non-League
Mtn. Empire 58, Classical Aca. 16

WEEK 9
Fri., Oct. 26
Grossmont Hills League

(3) Helix 45, (12) Grossmont 14
(13) Valhalla 35, Steele Canyon 21
West Hills 41 Granite Hills 14
Grossmont Valley League
Monte Vista 41, Santana 7
El Capitan 54, El Cajon Valley 14
Central League
University City 32, Christian 31 (OT)
Coronado 33, Crawford 8
Non-League
Mount Miguel 43, Bonita Vista 19
San Pasqual Academy 20, Foothills Christian 15
Clairemont 28, Kearny 14
Manzanita League
Mountain Empire 52, Holtville 6
Calipatria 16, Vincent Memorial 0

WEEK 10
Fri., Nov. 2
Grossmont Valley League

Mount Miguel 38, El Capitan 35
Monte Vista 42, El Cajon Valley 20
Grossmont Hills League

No. 2 Helix 46, Steele Canyon 10
No. 16 Grossmont 55, West Hills 17
No. 11 Valhalla 41, Granite Hills 0
Central League

Christian 63, Crawford 0
University City 24, Clairemont 16
Manzanita League

Mtn. Empire 66, Foothills Christian 44
Holtville 35, Calipatria 19 (Thurs.)
Non-League

Vincent Memorial 46, Julian 6
Mission Bay 43, Coronado 0

TEAM LOGS
CITY CONF. / CENTRAL LEAGUE
Christian PATRIOTS
Home Games at Granite Hills
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 29 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Linfield Christian
Santana
at El Cajon Valley
at Francis Parker
Mission Bay (Sat.)
*Coronado
at Madison
*at Clairemont
*at University City  (OT)
*Crawford
**Bye
**Calipatria
**at Francis Parker (2-OT)
49-  0
49-26
20-17
20-24
29-19
42-10
28-45
28-25
31-32
63-  0

56-  3
24-27

GROSSMONT HILLS LEAGUE
Granite Hills EAGLES
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
at Chula Vista
at El Capitan
Patrick Henry
San Diego HS
El Cajon Valley
*at Grossmont
*Helix
*at Steele Canyon
*West Hills
*at Valhalla
12-35
21-28
6-21
13-25
20-16
6-48
0-48
8-45
14-41
0-41

Grossmont FOOTHILLERS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
at Ramona
Escondido
at Bonita Vista (at CV)
Mar Vista
at San Diego HS
*Granite Hills
*at Steele Canyon
*Valhalla
*at Helix
*West Hills
**Bye
**Rancho Buena Vista
**at Eastlake
28-24
30-  6
48-25
35-21
42-12
47-  6
42-35
28-39
14-45
55-17

55-34
37-59

Helix HIGHLANDERS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
at Eastlake
Vista
#at Cathedral Catholic
at Mount Miguel
Bye
*Valhalla
*at Granite Hills
*at West Hills
*Grossmont
*Steele Canyon
**Bye
**Steele Canyon
**Poway
28-  6
43-  7
#9-17
28-  6
 
24-  0
48-  0
35-  0
45-14
46-10

48-21
7-21
#won by forfeit; score converts to 1-0.

Steele Canyon COUGARS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
#Cathedral Catholic
St. Augustine
Temescal Canyon
at Eastlake
at Cyn. Country-Canyon
*at West Hills
*Grossmont
*Granite Hills
*at Valhalla
*at Helix
**San Marcos
**at Helix
#6-35
21-27
34-16
26-56
49-49
36-10
35-42
45-  6
21-35
10-46
17-  6
21-48
#won by forfeit; score converts to 1-0.

Valhalla NORSEMEN
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Mira Mesa
Madison
at Morse
Lake Forest-El Toro
at Mount Miguel
*at Helix
*at West Hills
*at Grossmont
*Steele Canyon
*Granite Hills
**Rancho Bernardo
**at La Costa Canyon
**at Oceanside
28-31
42-28
43-40
46-77
31-24
0-24
45-17
39-28
35-21
41-  0
52-21
34-33
28-31

West Hills WOLF PACK
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
at Santana
at Kearny
El Centro-Central
at Serra
El Capitan
*Steele Canyon
*Valhalla
*Helix
*at Granite Hills
*at Grossmont
**Hoover
**at Ramona
47-14
45-  6
47-19
31-14
21-  0
10-36
17-45
0-35
41-14
17-55
14-13
21-41

GROSSMONT VALLEY LEAGUE
El Cajon Valley BRAVES
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Sweetwater
Montgomery
Christian
at San Ysidro
at Granite Hills
*Santana
*Mount Miguel
at Orange Glen
*at El Capitan
*at Monte Vista
48-13
30-  7
17-20
32-  3
16-20
12-21
13-46
15-21
14-54
20-42

El Capitan VAQUEROS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
at Kealakehe (Haw.)
Granite Hills
at Serra            (2-OT)
Hilltop
at West Hills
Olympian
*at Santana
*Monte Vista
*El Cajon Valley
*at Mount Miguel
13-35
28-21
49-55
38-14
0-21
6-41
35-21
28-38
54-14
35-38

Monte Vista MONARCHS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 8
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
at Serra
The Bishop's (at LJ/Sat.)
Sweetwater
Kearny
Patrick Henry         (OT)
*Mount Miguel
Brethren Christian
*at El Capitan
*at Santana
*El Cajon Valley
**at Serra
14-26
33-12
17-  0
14-27
6-  9
7-24
35-  7
38-28
41-  7
42-20
14-42

Mount Miguel MATADORS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
at Fallbrook
Otay Ranch
at Madison
Helix
Valhalla
*at Monte Vista
*at El Cajon Valley
*Santana
at Bonita Vista (atE'lake)
*El Capitan
**Mater Dei Catholic
**at Madison
50-33
12-37
31-35
6-28
24-31
24-  7
46-13
41-  3
43-19
38-35
26-14
38-46

Santana SULTANS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
West Hills
at Christian
at Imperial
at El Centro-Central
Mar Vista
*at El Cajon Valley
*El Capitan
*at Mount Miguel
*Monte Vista
Bye
14-47
26-49
0-46
31-34
13-33
21-12
21-35
3-41
7-41
 

MANZANITA LEAGUE
Foothills Christian KNIGHTS
Home Games at Parkway Middle School
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Calvin Christian
at Maranatha Christian
at San Ysidro
The Rock (at Helix)
Classical Aca.        (OT)
*Vincent Memorial
*at Holtville
*at Calipatria
San Pasqual Academy
*Mountain Empire
12-  7
34-  7
16-40
ccd.
19-18
0-50
0-42
6-41
15-20
44-66

Mountain Empire RED HAWKS
Date  Opponent Score
Aug. 31 
Sept. 7
Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
 
Oct. 20
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Horizon
at L.A. Douglass(at Oxy)
Anza-Hamilton
CV-Calvary Christian
Army-Navy
*at Calipatria
*at Vincent Memorial (at El Centro-Southwest)
Classical Acad, (Sat.)
*Holtville
*at Foothills Christian
**Tri-City Christian
**vs Santa Fe Chr. (at TP)
0-34
46-  0
42-  7
56-27
16-30
28-40
40-12
 
58-16
52-  6
66-44
60-23
6-31
*League Games
**CIFSDS Playoffs