Rancho Buena Vista high school welcomed the Ramona Bulldogs on their home turf last night. The Bulldogs faced the RBV Longhorns in a game that had the crowd pacing and fan’s hearts racing. The Bulldogs are currently undefeated this season and they’ve become a North County favorite. Despite the Longhorns giving their all every play, Rancho Buena Vista lost to their relentless opponents 49-17.
With two games to cover tonight, Ramona generously gave us a first quarter filled with more then enough action for the Prep Pigskin Report to work with. The Bulldogs were incredibly generous with their clean, consistent and courageous plays. The second play of the game was a seamless interception courtesy of Christian Gabriel. Gabriel gained 32yds for the Bulldogs. Shortly after quarterback Casey Buggeln tossed a 47yd AND 43yd touchdown pass to teammate Tristan Stacy. Before the crowd could comprehend the pace of this game, running back Sean McDonald sneaks in a 6yd touchdown. By the end of the first quarter the Bulldogs we’re already up 21-0. By the looks of that score and the final score, you can guess how the rest of the game went down.
As always we look forward to next week’s match ups. For full recaps on Friday night games tune into the Prep Pigskin Report every Friday at 10:30pm. We’re your one stop shop for highlights, scores and so much more! Stay connected- follow our PPR Twitter @KUSIPPR and Instagram (@kusippr).
PREVIEW: The Prep Pigskin Report welcomes you into the 9th week of San Diego high school football. This week we’ll see the Ramona Bulldogs (7-0) take on the Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns (4-3) at the Longhorns home turf this Friday at 7pm.
Ramona High School rules the North County roost. With a record most teams in the league would envy, the Bulldogs have proven their capabilities, patience and tenacity as a team. The biggest obstacle RBV’s defense will face this week is Ramona’s senior quarter back, Casey Buggeln. Buggeln game after game has showcased his ability to protect the ball. He currently averages at 111 yds. per game and is responsible for 7 touchdowns.
Rancho Buena Vista had a bye in week 8 to reset their minds and bodies. After facing an incredibly tough loss against the Valley Center Jaguars (33-6), we’re hopeful in seeing a serious comeback. Although they will face the currently undefeated and quite competitive Bulldogs, in high school football, anything is possible.
We look forward to seeing how these teams will compete against each other. Only under the Friday night-lights will we know who comes out on top. Tune in to the Prep Pigskin Report Friday at 10:30pm to catch highlights, final scores and so much more. You can also follow LIVE game day updates and mentions on our Twitter/Instagram @RedJacketArmy.