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Christian High wide receiver
Kai Arvan (81) slips behind Hilltop defensive
back Isaiah Dillon.
Arvan collected eight passes from Michael Carrillo
for 176 yards and 3 touchdowns, covering
17, 53 and 3 yards, powering the Patriots past
Hilltop, 28-13, in the CIF Division 3 semifinals. (Photo by Don DeMars Photography)
WEEK FOURTEEN CIFSDS PLAYOFFS, Third Round
Zane Coffman finds
a yawning hole
for big yardage
against Hilltop. (Tori Mills photo)
Christian High receiver Kai Arvan (81)
goes for three touchdown receptions
to pace the Patriots past Hilltop, 28-13,
earning the school's 13th appearance
to the CIFSDS championship game. (Photos by Tori Mills)
The battle between the two 10-1 teams lived up to its
billing as the Patriots won 28-13.
Christian put the game away by halftime, stretching
its advantage to 21-13 on a 53-yard bomb from quarterback
MICHAEL CARRILLO to Arvan in the final 38 seconds of
the first half.
The same combination connected for a 3-yard touchdown
scoring pass with 3:52 to go in the game, leaving no
doubt that Christian will advance to Saturdays
(Dec. 7) Division III finals against San Marcos (9-4)
at 7 p.m. at San Diego Mesa College.
Christian won the Division V SDCIF championship in
2011, but the Patriots will be provided a stiffer challenge
in the Knights of San Marcos, which started slowly but
has come on strong.
PARIS MILLER, East County s leading rusher, was
the focal point of the Hilltop defense. The Lancers
were determined not to let Miller be the deciding factor
in the contest. Although Miller scored the first touchdown
for Christian on a 1-yard leap over a large Hilltop
line, he was limited to 61 yards on 9 carries. He came
into the game averaging 131 yards per game.
Patriots defensive end David
Suda (Photo by Don DeMars Photography)
However, Hilltop was unable to neutralize the passing
combination of Carrillo and Arvan. Carrillo concluded
the game with 260 yards while completing 18 of 23 passes.
Arvan yanked down 8 passes for 177 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Their corners played up so we tried to beat them
deep, Arvan said. Then later they brought
a safety over and we had to make some adjustments.
And so they did.
Probably the most electrifying stat for Carrillo is
he has thrown only one interception in 331 passing attempts.
For the season he has completed 216 passes for 2439
yards and 31 touchdowns.
This is like a prize fight, said Christian
coach MATT OLIVER. They punched us around a bit,
and we counterpunched.
While Miller proved to be more of a decoy than a mainstay,
Carrillo was jubilant about the work of Arvan.
Thats one of the best jobs of receiving
Ive ever seen, Carrillo said of Arvan. We
knew they were going to try to take away the run and
they did a decent job of that. But that opened up our
Defensively Christian used its usual hard hitters in
linebackers SEBASTIAN SWIFT and TRENT SAULS, who had
8 tackles apiece.
Freshman lineman JON STINE put his mark on the game
by concluding the contest with back-to-back sacks.
The Lancers ace running back Drake Madarang finished
with 16 carries for 144 yards and one touchdown.
by the... Sì, Sì!
Christian High junior linebacker
Chad Humphries (50) registers a pair of sacks,
helping the Patriots post a second-half shutout
of Hilltop in the CIF semifinals. (Photos by Tori Mills)
Among those attending Friday's
CIF Division 4 semifinal-round game
at Valley Stadium were Dr. David Jeremiah, senior
pastor at Shadow Mountain Community Church and
Turning Point ministries; John Shacklett, the
former Morse High coach who now does television
work; and Snoopy, on the blimp. (Photos by Tori Mills)
Monarchs running back Jaqui
Morris. (Photo by Ramon Scott)
Game Video (Courtesy, Monte
Vista High ASB)
Second-effort Monarchs bounce La Jolla Hamamoto's 200th career victory earns berth
in CIFSDS D-4 championship vs. Sweetwater
Big or small, rebuilding or brand new school, all he's
done is win games and when you hear his message to the
kids is easy to understand why.
I believe in you guys no matter what's happened
in your past, senior captain JEMEIL JACKSON recalled
of his first practice under Coach Ham. As long
as you listen to me and do what I tell you to do, I
promise you....we're gonna go far.
It might not sound much to the average ear, but to
a program striving for a pulse and looking anywhere
for some kind of leadership it meant the world.
It was hope and that's all we really needed at Monte
Vista, Jackson added. That's what he gave
us from day one.
of the Patriots Christian
High in CIFSDS championship games
La Jolla Country Day
Santa Fe Christian
Santa Fe Christian
of the Monarchs Monte
Vista in CIFSDS championship games
The Monarchs played a near perfect first half against
No. 4 seed La Jolla with a trip to the Division
IV championship game on the line building a 21-0
They were sucker-punched in the third quarter, but fought
through the pain to advance to their first section title
game in 10 years (a 20-3 win over Helix in 2003 to earn
the CIF Division II championship) with a 41-24 victory
earning Hamamoto a Gatorade bath and his 200th career
victory in the process.
To be the ones that got coach his milestone and
finally got our school back to CIF is the best feeling
in the world, said JAQUI MORRIS.
It was Morris' fourth quarter 29-yard scamper that
resulted in the game-winning touchdown, but the contest
was a true see-saw battle to that point.
Monte Vista dominated the first half of the game. ERIC
COLLINS capped off their first drive with a 1-yard plunge.
LEE WADE took their second one in from 24 yards out
and quarterback THOMAS WALKER completed his first pass
attempt of the night 57 yards to JESSE RIVAS
for the trifecta.
The Monarchs' defense led by CHRISTIAN TOVES
was unstoppable for three quarters. Hayes ended
with four sacks, three tackles for a loss and a pair
of big hits causing incompletions. Their unit had kept
the high-flying aerial attack of Vikings' QB Collin
Rugg to 3-of-17 for 17 yards at intermission and had
him picking himself up off the ground all night long.
Monte Vista running back Lee
a tackler from La Holla in a 41-24 CIF triumph,
advancing to the D4 finale vs. Sweetwater. (Photo by Ramon Scott)
Our defensive game plan was to get pressure on the
quarterback at all costs so our secondary could make big
plays, he said. I've looked up to the seniors
on this team and I really wanted to win this game for
After deferring the opening kickoff, La Jolla looked cooler
than a polar bear's toe nails out of the locker room at
half, dominating the third quarter with a fumble recovery,
blocked punt and two more three-and-outs, turning the
game into a stunning 24-21 Vikings' lead.
When you play against an up-tempo offense and
you're not used to that it can take a lot out of you,
Hamamoto admitted afterwards. I saw our kids were
really winded in the locker room at half and they took
advantage of that in the third quarter, but I was really
proud of the way our guys showed some gut and came back.
Rugg completed a touchdown pass to WR Nic Skala and
the two ended the night hooking up 10 times for 153
yards, but the main culprit was Eric Tims as the slippery
running back scored on runs of 26 and 13 yards while
racking up 90 yards in the quarter.
I looked around and saw a lot our guys hanging
their heads at that point, added Morris. All
I thought to myself was 'we are not going home right
The Vikings never made it past midfield again and Jackson
would finally set the Vikings' ship asail with a pair
of touchdown runs (57, 21) on back-to-back carries.
"Jaqui gave us that big spark to give us the lead
back and that's all we needed to get going again,
Jackson said after finishing with 17 carries for 134
yards. I've been hampered with two bad ankles,
but I just blocked out the pain and ran as hard as I
could because I knew we all wanted it too much to let
this one slip away.
Hamamoto is one the most soft-spoken and humble football
coaches you'll ever come around, but his records and
legacy speaks volumes for themselves.
It's really not about me, he said about
notching victory No. 200. I've been fortunate
enough to be around a bunch of great assistant coaches
and players that it really just means I'm getting old.
But to take this Monte Vista program to the Finals for
the first time in a while is definitely something special.
Monte Vista junior linebacker
Ryan Shields wraps up a La Jolla ball carrier
during Friday night's CIF playoff game. The Monarchs
allowed a 21-0 lead slip away, yet
closed with 20 unanswered points in a 41-24 victory
to gain a berth in the D-4 final. (Photo by Ramon Scott)
Trying to become the first Granite Hills team to reach
a section football championship since 1979, the No.
8-seeded Eagles (7-6) were clipped by No. 5 San Marcos
(9-4) in a 28-17 loss that put the hosts in the finals
for the first time since 1987.
For Granite Hills, the seven wins are the most the
Eagles have won in a season since 1997. The last time
Granite Hills reached a CIF championship game was 1986.
The kids battled hard, said KELLAN COBBS,
Granite Hills 27-year-old, second-year coach.
They played hard, and its a great group
of kids. They came a long way since last year.
Indeed. Last years tally was 1-9. Since its last
winning season in 2006, Granite Hills had gone 18-43.
After finishing fourth in the Grossmont Hills League,
the Eagles began the playoffs with a 28-14 win over
Bonita Vista in the first round. They followed that
with a huge 28-16 upset of top-seeded Francis Parker
in the quarterfinals.
Those two wins were the first postseason victories
for Granite Hills since a 46-0 rout of Mira Mesa in
the 1986 quarterfinals (not counting a 2-0 forfeit win
over Mt. Carmel in 1997).
The Eagles were tied at the half 14-14 against San
Marcos on Friday and had two golden opportunities to
tie or take the lead in the second half but were essentially
thwarted both times.
The biggest plays were turned in by San Marcos half-brothers
Isiah Hennie and Terrell Burgess.
Hennie, a 5-foot-7, 147-pound senior, came into the
game as the San Diego Sections leading receiver
with 91 catches for 1,450 and nine TDs. Though he finished
with only two grabs for 12 yards, he helped seal the
win with huge defensive plays in the second half.
First, with Granite looking to close a 21-14 gap late
in the third quarter, Hennie sacked Eagles quarterback
CHRIS MEREDITH on a fourth-and-goal play from the 1-yard
line. The Eagles had had first-and-goal from the 2-yard
line, thanks to a 40-yard kickoff return by BLAKE DeHAVEN
and a 23-yard reception by SETH COLLINS from Meredith.
After a three-and-out and a 2-yard punt by San Marcos,
the Eagles took possession at the Knights 19-yard
line. In now at quarterback, Collins rushed for 2, 3
and 11 yards to give Granite Hills a first-and-goal
from the 5-yard line.
Collins then ran again for three yards, but a procedure
penalty knocked them back five yards. Collins then rushed
for six yards to make it third-and-goal from the 1-yard
Hennie and Co. trapped Collins for a 2-yard loss on the
next play, and Cobbs opted for the field-goal try, which
BRYCE STRICKLAND easily converted from 20 yards to make
Forcing another three-and-out, Granite looked to be
in business again at its own 40 with 6:10 to play, but
Hennie stepped in front of the next pass from Meredith
and zigzagged his way into the end zone for a 48-yard
interception return touchdown that finished the scoring
We knew we had to take away No. 1 (Hennie),
Cobbs said. Defensively we did that. But the kids
a good player. He made some great plays on defense that
His brother did, too.
With the Eagles threatening in the second quarter,
on third-and-4 from the 15-yard line, Burgess picked
off a Meredith pass in the end zone and raced 103 yards
for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead.
Granite Hills bounced back two plays later, though,
as JOSH LONGBRAKE hauled in a 64-yard TD pass from Collins
to make it 14-6.
Moments later, MICHAEL LEDESMA intercepted a pass from
Will Freed and returned it 46 yards to set up an easy
1-yard TD run by JESSE BISBAL to tie it 14-14 with 4:09
to play in the first half.
Averaging 241 passing yards per game, the Knights had
only 13 passing yards at halftime along with two interceptions
by Ledesma (his fourth of the season) and KELLEN GAIER,
whose pick at the 15-yard line halted a potential Knights
KEVIN MADY also had a fumble recovery on the Knights
first drive, but Cameron Cruz intercepted Granites
first pass to set up a short TD drive that made it 7-0.
San Marcos went up for good on its first possession
of the second half, driving 78 yards in nine plays after
Tyler Nix hauled in a 27-yard TD pass from Freed.
Granite Hills QB tandem combined for 178 yards passing
with Meredith finishing 8-of-21 for 103 yards, and Collins
going 2-of-3 for 75 and a TD. Longbrake hauled in four
passes for 119 yards and a TD.
Bisbal, who entered with 1,045 rushing yards, was the
Eagles leading rusher with 50 yards and a TD on
12 carries, while Collins chipped in 42 yards on nine
They did a good job up front, taking our run
away, Cobbs said. Any time you go one-dimensional,
its hard to beat a good team like that.
Overall, the Eagles totaled 258 yards, while San Marcos
gained 361, including 232 on the ground.
Freed had been the leading passer in the section until
breaking his jaw in the fourth week of the season. His
replacement, James Harwell, did well to guide the Knights
through their next nine games, throwing for 1,612 yards,
but Harwell was only 1-of-5 for 1 yard against the Eagles,
and Freed replaced him in the second quarter in his
first appearance since having his jaw wired shut shortly
after that Sept. 20 game.
Former El Cajon Valley head coach and Helix offensive
coordinator JASON TEXLER now faces a tough decision
in which QB to start in the Knights championship
game against Christian next Saturday (Dec. 7) at 7 p.m.
at Mesa College.
We felt like (Freed) had earned a shot at playing
tonight, Texler said.
Said Hennie, My hats off to James. He made a
great impact for us. A lot of people say Im the
one who got us here. No, hes the one who got us
Having resurrected El Cajon Valley when the Braves
lost to Oceanside in the Division II title game in 2005
and now San Marcos, Texler said, Each time I had
great players and great coaches. I just try to stay
out of the way. Hopefully we can win it all this time.
About going to the title game, Hennie added, Its
been a while for San Marcos. Were making a tradition
here, instead of continuing one.
Granite Hills hopes to be starting a winning tradition
FEARLESS FORECASTER Predictions
Eagles senior quarterback Chris
Meredith (4). (File photo by Frank Price, www.youatplay.com)
Wed., Nov. 27
Division 1 Semifinals
San Pasqual 28, Carlsbad 13
Cathedral Catholic 28, Ramona 0 Division 2 Semifinals
St. Augustine 56, Imperial 12
Mission Bay 56, Rancho Buena Vista 49
Fri., Nov. 29 (All at 7 p.m.) Division 3 Semifinals
Hilltop vs. Christian, at Granite Hills
Granite Hills at San Marcos Division 4 Semifinals
La Jolla at Monte Visra
El Centro-Central at Sweetwater Sat., Nov. 30
Division 5 Championship
Holtville vs. Crwford, at Douglas Stadium, Mesa
Mon., Dec. 2 (All at Qualcomm
Stadium) Division 2 Campionship
Misison Bay vs. St. Augustine, 10 a.m. Division 1 Championship
Cathedral Catholic vs. San Pasqual, 1:30 p.m. Open Division Championship
oceanside vs. Mission Hills, 5 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 7
Division 4 championship, at Mesa College, 3:30
p.m. Division 3 championship, at Mesa College,
San Marcos may own coaching edge
on Granite Hills with former ECV mentor Texler led Braves to '05 title game at The 'Q'
Texler has also been an assistant coach at Helix and
now has planted his roots as head coach at San Marcos
High in North County.
Last Week: 53 (.625)
Season: 81-26 (.757)
Upstart Granite Hills (7-5) will travel to San Marcos
on Friday (Nov. 29) for a SDCIF Division III semifinal
game against Texlers Knights (8-4). This should
be a good one as both teams have supplied their share
of surprises against favored opponents.
The Eagles, who have their best record in 16 years,
are hoping to qualify for their second-ever appearance
in the finals if they win this game.
This has been quite a season for second year head coach
and Granite Hills alum KELLAN COBBS. The Eagles shocked
previously undefeated Francis Parker 28-16 in earlier
CIF action. That followed a 28-14 win over Bonita Vista,
which marked the first time in more than two decades
that Granite Hills has won as many as two playoff games
in a single season.
San Marcos has a big-time passing connection between
quarterback James Harwell (1612 yds, 12 TDs) and receiver
Isiah Hennie (91 catches for 1450 yds, 9 TDs).
You can forget about last weeks 3-0 win over
Santa Fe Christian registered by the Knights in less
than ideal weather conditions. Overall San Marcos averages
30.4 ppg, compared to Granite Hills 31.2 ppg.
Granite Hills has a host of offensive threats led by
running backs JESSE BISBAL (137, 1,047 yds, 10 TDs)
the Eagles' first 1,000-yard rusher since 2008
and versatile SETH COLLINS (97, 611, 9 TDs).
Granite Hills rotates three quarterbacks, led by CHRIS
MEREDITH (101 of 185, 1,445 yds, 10 TDs). Collins and
MICHAEL LEDESMA also take a few snaps every game.
The Eagles have a bevy of receivers, with the main
target being JOSH LONGBRAKE (36, 700, 6 TDs).
On the defensive side Granite Hills is anchored by
linebackers JAKE ENGLISH and KELLEN GAIER along with
lineman KEVIN MADY and safety RILEY REYES.
These teams have never met before. The nod in this
encounter goes to... San Marcos 28-24.
HILLTOP vs. CHRISTIAN at Granite Hills
An interesting contrast exists in this contest as Christian
the highest scoring team in the San Diego Section
takes on a pretty decent Hilltop defensive lineup
Friday (Nov. 29) in the SDCIF Division III semifinals
at Granite Hills.
The Patriots (10-1), who have scored 516 points are
averaging 46.9 ppg, won the SDCIF Division V championship
in 2011. Coach MATT OLIVERs team is hungry for
more this year.
But the Lancers are as good as their record (10-1).
The key for Hilltop would appear to be offense, but
these Lancers can tackle. And right now in the rarified
air of the semifinals is a position they have not held
in at least a decade.
Hilltops No. 1 weapon is running back Drake Madarang
(1,217 yds, 11 TDs), but the Lancers are not a passing
team as a rule.
The only black mark against Hilltop this season is
its stunning 17-9 loss to Sweetwater.
Christians PARIS MILLER is the leading rusher
in East County with an average of 131 yards per game.
Not to be overlooked is Patriots quarterback
MICHAEL CARRILLO (198 of 308 for 2,179 yds and 28 TDs).
The Patriots dont come up short on the receiving
end either. TREVOR HOWELL, who is also an outstanding
safety, has caught 31 passes for 600 yards and 7 TDs.
KAI ARVAN also figures in the mix with 30 receptions
for 697 yards and 8 TDs.
Defensively Christian is loaded. Linebackers SEBASTIAN
SWIFT is the leading tackler in East County with 142
stops, and versatile lineman TRENT SAULS has pitched
in with 69 tackles.
These two teams have never met, so the offense may
hold an advantage in a high-scoring battle... Christian
LA JOLLA at MONTE VISTA The host Monarchs
(6-5) will have their pass defense tested to the max
by Vikings junior quarterback Collin Rugg (2147 yds,
23 TDs) in Fridays (Nov. 29) Division IV SDCIF
semifinals in Spring Valley.
La Jolla (5-6) has blue chip receivers in Nic Skala
(608, 12 TDs and Brandon Bonham (675, 8 TDs).
Monte Vista has a hard-nosed defensive back in senior
D.J. DOSIER. To be successful he needs help from the
defensive lines ability to apply pressure on Rugg
from linemen ISAIAH FARR and McKINDLEY WILLIAMS.
The unsung heroes in this game might be Monarch linebackers
RYAN SHIELD and CHRISTIAN TOVES.
Running backs Reid Martin (982 yds, 10 TDs) and Eric
Tims (615, 8 TDs) will spearhead the Vikings running
The hub of the Monte Vista offense centers around versatile
running backs JEMEIL JACKSON (165 carries, 1,103 yds,
12 TDs) and LEE WADE (82, 579, 5 TDs).
But the key for the Monarchs is how quarterback THOMAS
WALKER performs, which of late has been impressive as
Monte Vista has won six of its last eight games.
A victory would give Monte Vista second year head coach
RON HAMAMOTO a coaching milestone of his 200th win.
These teams have not met for 25 years, with the Vikings
holding a 2-1 edge. This is a pickem...
Monte Vista 21-20.
(8) Mission Bay 21, (1) Madison 18
(5) Rancho Buena Vista 50, (4) Mount Miguel 10
(3) Imperial 49, (6) El Capitan 42
(2) St. Augustine 41, (7) West Hills 7
CIFSDS Playoffs, First
Fri., Nov. 15
(1) Mission Hills 56, (8) Steele Canyon 35
(4) Helix 41, (5) La Costa Canyon 7
(3) Oceanside 35, (6) Torrey Pines 0
(2) Eastlake 41, (7) Poway 7
(8) El Camino 14, (9) Point Loma 13
(1) San Pasqual, bye
(5) Grossmont 35, (12) Otay Ranch 6
(4) Carlsbad, bye
(6) Olympian 35, (11) Mira Mesa 18
(3) Cathedral Catholic, bye
(7) Mt. Carmel 26, (10) Westview 14
(2) Ramona, bye
(8) Mission Bay 41, (9) Brawley 16
(1) Madison, bye
(5) Rancho Buena Vista 54, at (12) Serra 21
(4) Mount Miguel, bye
(6) El Capitan 45, (11) Del Norte 21
(3) Imperial, bye
(7) West Hills 31, (10) Scripps Ranch 17
(2) St. Augustine, bye
(8) Granite Hills 28, (9) Bonita Vista 14
(1) Francis Parker, bye
(5) San Marcos 42, (12) Fallbrook 14
(4) Santa Fe Christian, bye
(6) Hoover 61, (11) Calexico 0
(3) Hilltop, bye
(7) Morse 56, (10) The Bishop's 17
(2) Christian, bye
(8) University City 20, (9) Castle Park 0
(1) Monte Vista , bye
(5) Mater Dei Cath 55, (12) El Cajon Valley 7
(4) La Jolla, bye
(11) EC-Southwest 10, at (6) Montgomery 7
(3) El Centro-Central, bye
(10) Clairemont 28, at (7) La Jolla Country Day 14
(2) Sweetwater, bye
(1) Crawford 49, (8) CV-Calvary Chr. 12
(4) Palo Verde Valley 19, (5) Army-Navy 14
(3) Mountain Empire 16, (6) Escondido Charter 7
(2) Holtville 42, (7) Vincent Memorial 6
Fri., Aug. 30
Grossmont 52. Patrick Henry 27
Christian 42, SLO-Mission Prep 0
El Capitan 70, Peace River (Alberta) 0
Mount Miguel 35, Morse 7
Steele Canyon 41, Chula Vista 14
West Hills 17, Santana 7
El Camino 21, Granite Hills 12
Horizon 31, Mountain Empire 30
Mira Mesa 17, Valhalla 13
Ramona 49, El Cajon Valley 14
Serra 42, Monte Vista 22
Calvin Christian 53, Foothills Christian 26
Fallbrook 55, University City 23
Calexico 21, Holtville 6
Crawford 55, SD-Southwest 0
Horizon 31, Mountain Empire 30
Francis Park 41, Coronado 6
Palo verde Valley 41, Calipatria 0
Classical Academy 39, Lutheran 9
The Bishop's 26, Clairemont 20
Julian 46, Borrego Springs 26
Sat., Aug. 31
Honolulu-Punahou 10, Helix 6
Thurs., Sept. 5
CV-Calvary Christian 21, SD Jewish 20
Fri., Sept. 6
Grossmont 56, Escondido 23
El Capitan 44, Mater Dei Catholic 0
Christian 42, Santana 0
Helix 32, Northridge (Utah) 0
Mount Miguel 25, Otay Ranch 15
Foothills Christian 14, Maranatha 7
Madison 35, Valhalla 5
St. Augustine 20, Steele Canyon 12
Montgomery 20, El Cajon Valley 7
West Hills 31, Monte Vista 6
Coronado 35, SD-Soithwest 14
Clairemoint 49, EC-Southwest 15
Hoover 30, University City 7
Crawford 49, Julian 0
La Jolla Country Fay 34, Vincent Memorial 12
Calipatria 53, BorregoSprings 0
Calvin Christian 46, Lutheran 24
Fri., Sept. 13
Non-League Helix 21, Cathedral Catholic 16
El Capitan 49, Serra 14
West Hills 27, El Centro-Central 13
Valhalla 24, Monte Vista 14
Christian 66, El Cajon Valley 3
San Ysidro 48, Foothills Christian 13
Granite Hills 49, Patrick Henry 21
Ramona 52, Grossmont 22
Castle Park 28, Santana 7
Vista 8, Steele Canyon 6
Madison 20, Mount Miguel 7 (final score will stand; game ended early,
Coronado 48, Cochrane (Albt.) 28
Montgomery 34, Clairemont 21
Morse 22, University City 13
Crawdord 39, Horizon 23
CV-Calvary Christian 22, Maranatha 0
Mountain Empire 40, Anza-Hamilton 35
Calipatria 36, The Rock 7
Holtville 41, Desert Mirage 0
Vincent Memorial 44, Lutheran 0
Julian 29, Ocean View Christian 0
Tri-Coty Christian df. at Borrego Springs, forfeit
Fri., Sept. 20
Citrus League Lutheran 33, Foothills Christian 6
Christian 35, Ontario Christian 13
El Capitan 49, Valhalla 25
Granite Hills 51, El Centro-Central 29
Helix 42, Mount Miguel 19
Monte Vista 34, Sweetwater 3
Steele Canyon 27, Rancho Buena Vista 23
West Hills 23, Serra 0
Francis Parker 52, Santana 13
El Cajon Valley 51, San Ysidro 34
Mountain Empire 38, SD-Southwest 16
Clairemont 35, Castle Park 0
The Bishop's 20, Coronado 17
Julian 46, Riverside-Sherman Indian 6
Temecula-Rancho Christian 34, CV-Calvary 0
Vincent Memorial 36, Classical Academy 6
Newport Beach-Sage Hills 21, Esacondido Charter 16
El Centro-Southwest 54, Holtville 14
Crawford 43, Maranatha 0
Yuma (Ariz.) 13, Calipatria 8
Bye - Grossmont Fri., Sept.
No.11 El Capitan 45, West Hills 26
No.12 Christian 56, The Bishops 28
No.13 Grossmont 42, Otay Ranch 7
No.9 Ramona 10, No.3 Helix 6
Monte Vista 29, Kearny 12
Mount Miguel 45, Valhalla 14
Granite Hills 55, El Cajon Valley 10
Mountain Empire 54, Army-Navy 39
Crawford 68, Foothills Christian 0
No.2 Mission Hills 30, No.1 Oceanside 6
University City 35, San Diego HS 21
Mission Bay 41, Clairemont 0
Hilltop 10, Coronado 0
San Ysidro 31, Calipatria 18
Holtville 49, San Luis (Ariz.) 0
Escondido Charter 42, Tri-City Christian 14
Classical 28, Newport Beach-Sage Hill 21
CV-Calvary Christian 28, Calvin Christian 27
Sat., Sept. 28
Point Loma 35, Santana 3
Thurs., Oct. 3
San Diego Jewish 27, Julian 0
Fri., Oct. 4
El Cajon Valley 38, Orange Glen 13
Mount Miguel 38,
Monte Vista 28, Patrick Henry 21 (OT)
Grossmont 61, San Diego 6
El Capitan 55, Granite Hills 14
Mission Bay 24, Christian 21
Mar Vista14, Santana 6
Canyon Country-Canyon 28, Steele Canyon 0
La Jolla 27, Coronado 22
Hoover 48, Clairemont 7
Serra 28, University City 14
Classical 25, Calvin Christian 8
Horizon 53, Escondido Charter 22
Holtville 28, Palo Verde Valley 7
Vincent Memorial 43, Borrego Springs 0
Maranatha Christian 18, Lutheran 16
Fri., Oct. 11
Grossmont Hills League
Grossmont 63, Granite Hills 49
Helix 47, Valhalla 10
West Hills 20, Steele Canyon 17 Grossmont Valley League
Monte Vista 46, El Cajon Valley 0
Mount Miguel 42, El Capitan 21
Santana - bye Central League
Christian 49, Coronado 3 Manzanita League
Mountain Empire 40, Escondido Charter 0 Vincent
Memorial 41, Calipatria 0
Crawford 21, Holtville 14 Citrus League
CV-Calvary Christian 22, Boirrego Springs 6
Classical 20, Julian 7 Non-League
La Jolla 63, University City 6
Fri., Oct. 18
Grossmont Hills League
Helix 45, Granite Hills 13
Grossmont 21, Steele Canyon 19
West Hills 32, Valhalla 25 Grossmont Valley League
Santana 35, El Cajon Valley 0
Mount Miguel 35, Monte Vista 12
El Capitan bye Citrus League
Borrego Springs 44, Foothills Christian 0
Julian 40, Lutheran 14 Manzanita League
Holtville 33, Mountain Empire 12
Calipatria at Crawford, ccd.
Sat., Oct. 19
Escondido Charter 29, Vincent
Memorial 22 Citrus League
CV-Calvary Chr. 34, Classical Academy 27
Fri., Oct. 25
Grossmont Hills League
Granite Hills 17, Steele Canyon 14
Helix 44, West Hills 7
Grossmont 69, Valhalla 14 Grossmont Valley League
El Capitan 42, Santana 0
Mount Miguel 62, El Cajon Valley 0 Central League
University City 28, Coronado 18 Citrus League
Classical Academy 54, Foothills Christian 0
Borrego Springs 64, Lutheran 19
CV-Calvary Chr. 16, Julian 10 Manzanita League
Holtville 40, Escondido Charter 18
Crawford 45, Vincent Memorial 0
Sat., Oct. 26
Christian 49, Clairemont 0 Manzanita League
Mountain Empire df. Calipatria,
Fri., Nov. 1
Grossmont Hills League Helix 58, Grossmont 36
Steele Canyon 28, Valhalla 7
West Hills 36, Granite Hills 13
Grossmont Valley League El Capitan 21, Monte Vista 0
Mount Miguel 53, Santana 0
Christian 52, University City 3
Foothills Christian 9, Julian 6
CV-Calvary Christian 62, Lutheran 27
Classical Academy 69, Borrego Springs 6
Crawford 29, Mountain Empire 14
Holtville 54, Vincent Memorial 0
Escondido Charter 27, Calipatria 14
CV-Calvary Christian 56, Foothills Christian 19
Fri., Nov. 8
Grossmont Hills League
Helix 14, Steele Canyon 13
Grossmont 48, West Hills 6
Granite Hills 45, Valhalla 25 Grossmont Valley League
Monte Vista 44, Santana 3
El Capitan 48, El Cajon Valley 7 Non-League
Christian 62, La Jolla Country Day 9
Mission Bay 49, Coronado 13 Central League
University City 10, Clairemont 9 Manzanita League
]Mountain Empire 52, Vincent Memorial 30
Holtville 40, Calipatria 7
Crawford 20, Escondido Charter 0 Citrus League
Classical Academy 66, Lutheran 8
Julian 47, Borrego Springs 24
END REGULAR SEASON
SAN DIEGO SECTION
2013 DIVISIONS (2012 division in parenthesis)
OPEN DIVISION 8 Teams, 8 Playoff Berths
Eastlake (1) Helix (2)
La Costa Canyon (2)
Mission Hills (1)
Poway (2) Steele Canyon (2)
Torrey Pines (1)
DIVISION ONE 16 Teams, 12 Playoff Berths
Cathedral Catholic (3)
Chula Vista (1)
El Camino (1) Grossmont (1)
Mira Mesa (1)
Mt. Carmel (3)
Otay Ranch (1)
Point Loma (3)
San Pasqual (1) Valhalla (2)
DIVISION TWO 16 Teams, 12 Playoff Berths
Del Norte (N/A) El Capitan (3)
Mar Vista (4)
Mission Bay (4) Mount Miguel (4)
Rancho Bernardo (2)
Rancho Buena Vista (1)
St. Augustine (4)
Scripps Ranch (2)
Valley Center (4) West Hills (3)
DIVISION THREE 17 Teans, 12 Playoff Berths
The Bishop's (5)
Bonita Vista (2)
Calexico (1) Christian (5)
Fallbrook (1) Granite Hills (1)
Patrick Henry (2)
Francis Parker (5)
San Diego HS (2)
San Marcos (2)
Santa Fe Christian (5) Santana (4)
DIVISION FOUR 17 Teans, 12 Playoff Berths
Castle Park (3)
El Centro-Central (3)
Clairemont (4) El Cajon Valley (2)
La Jolla (4)
La Jolla Country Day (5)
Mater Dei Catholic (4) Monte Vista (3)
Orange Glen (2)
San Ysidro (2)
El Centro-Southwest (2)
San Diego-Southwest (3)
Tri-City Christian (5)
University City (3)
DIVISION FIVE 18 Teans, 8 Playoff Berths
Borrego Springs (5)
Chula Vista-Calvary Christian (5)
Calvin Christian (5)
Classical Academy (5)
Escondido Charter (5) Foothills Christian (5)
Maranatha Christian (5) Mountain Empire (5)
Palo Verde Valley (4)
San Diego Jewish (5)
San Pasqual Academy (5)
Vincent Memorial (5)
NOT LISTED (Many of these schools are playing 8-man football,
but not all)
Vista-Calvary Christian (5)
Mission Vista (N/A)
Ocean View Christian (N/A)
St. Joseph (N/A)
The Rock (5)
CONF. / CENTRAL LEAGUE
PATRIOTS Home games at Granite Hills
El Cajon Valley
at Ontario Christian
at Mission Bay
at La Jolla Country Day
**San Marcos (at Mesa Coll.)
GROSSMONT HILLS LEAGUE
at Patrick Henry
at El Cajon Valley
*at West Hills
**at Francis Parker
**ay San Marcos
at Cathedral Catholic
*at Steele Canyon
**La Costa Canyon
**at Mission Hills
at St. Augustine (MesaCollege)
at Rancho Buena Vista
*at Granite Hills
**at Mission Hills
at Monte Vista
*at Steele Canyon
*at Granite Hills
Hills WOLF PACK
at El Centro-Central
at El Capitan
*at Steele Canyon
**at St. Augiustine (at Mesa Coll., Thurs.)
GROSSMONT VALLEY LEAGUE
at Christian (Granite Hills)
*at Mount Miguel
**at Mater Dei Catholic
at Mater Dei Catholic
at Granite Hills
*at Monte Vista
*at El Cajon Valley
*at Imperial (Thurs.)
at West Hills
at Sweetwater (at Hilltop)
at Patrick Henry (1-OT)
*at El Cajon Valley
*at Mount Miguel
**Sweetwater (at Mesa Coll.)
at Otay Ranch
*at El Capitan
*El Cajon Valley
** Rancho Buena Vista (Thurs.)
SULTANS Home games at Santee Community Stadium
at Point Loma (Sat.)
at Mar Vista
*El Cajon Valley
*at El Capitan
* at Monte Vista
Christian KNIGHTS Home games at Seau Field, Parkway MS
*at Classical (Orange Glen)
*at CV-Calvary (Olympian; Thurs.)
at Viewpoint (Occidental Coll.)
*at Vincent Mem. (at El Centro-Southwest)