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Fighting Eagles soar over wounded Warriors

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As week 5 comes to a close the (2-2) San Pasqual fighting Eagles traveled north to take on the (0-4) Fallbrook Warriors, after a three and out by the Warriors the Eagles would get on the board first after a few big chunk plays with Westin Erdman would connect with a field goal 3-0. Fallbrook would get a huge punt to the Eagles deep in the own zone but a few plays later Westin Erdman would fake the run and throw a dime in between two defenders and connect with Cameron Young for a 50 yard touchdown to put San Pasqual up 10-0 in the first quarter. 

Jump to the second quarter with Fallbrook trying to get on the board lining up for a field goal and the Eagles would come up big with the block. After changing possessions a couple times and some huge sacks by San Pasqual we'd go in to half time with the Eagles leading 10-0. 

Fallbrook would get the ball to start the third quarter and would fumble the ball and San Pasqual would take over in warrior territory, Westin Erdman would call his own number and skedaddle in to the end zone from 18 yards out Eagles go up 17-0. The third quarter would be huge for San Pasqual as Erdman would throw a short pass to Brett Sayers who would turn on the jets and run 60 yards untouched  for a touchdown. Then after another Fallbrook quarterback Christian Cruz would fumble and later leave the game, Eagles Erdman would again call his own number using a variation of a spin move, two stiff arms, and a hurdle to score this time from 19 yards out Eagles would lead 31-0. San Pasqual would score a final time from Saud Carrillo, the Eagles would win 38-0 shutting Fallbrook out for the third straight time with a dominant game on both sides of the balls. 

San Pasqual will head back home next week next week to take on Castle Park who is (0-5) on the season and will celebrate homecoming. While the Fallbrook Warriors will travel to (1-3) Hoover cardinals. Be sure to tune in to the Prep Pigskin Report for those highlights and more only on KUSI. 

PREVIEW: As we move in to week 5 that can only mean one thing, league play has started and the red jackets will be front and center for this valley league match as the San Pasqual fighting Eagles (2-2) will travel north to take on the Fallbrook Warriors (0-4). Fallbrook has been on a bad losing streak dating back to last season with 8 consecutive losses and being shutout three of the four games on the season so far. The Warriors will look get the offense moving with back up quarterback Christian Cruz. The last two weeks for the Warriors have been tough not being able to score and hardly making it past the 50 yard line. Coach Pickett will look for his squad to bring with the start of league play. 

Meanwhile the fighting Eagles of San Pasqual are flying high after taking down rival school Orange Glen in the annual "Battle of the Bear" game which saw the Eagles winning 60-0. San Pasqual lead by quarterback Westin Erdman has a triple option attack that can hurt you on and occasionally through the air the dual threat signal caller has been a leader this season. Last week the Eagles scored 8 of their 9 touchdowns on the ground 3 of which came from running back Brett Sayers. San Pasqual has lost its only other game on the road so look for coach Tony Corley to have his team ready for the bus ride to come out fast and finish strong.  

These two teams squared in 2016 a year to the date with San Pasqual getting the win 24-10. Will Fallbrook be able to over come the Eagles high powered offense and get their first win of the season? Be sure to tune in to the Prep Pigskin Report this Friday at 1030 pm only on KUSI. 

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