Week 10 of the PPR is the Hunter Joseph show, as he led the Montgomery Aztecs to a 42-14 rout over the Castle Park Trojans, Friday night. With the win, Montgomery retains the Warrior Bowl trophy and improves their record too (6-3) on the season. Castle Park with the loss falls to (0-9) as they are still in search of their first win of the season.
After the Aztec’s senior night ceremonies coincided it didn’t take long for them to get on the scoreboard, as touchdowns by Timothy Crawford and Hunter Joseph put Montgomery up 13-0 in the first quarter. The early deficit would be trimmed, however, as Castle Park’s Eleazar Cruz found Chris Arana in stride for a 36-yard touchdown.
Following the Castle Park touchdown, Montgomery’s own Hunter Joseph highlighted the rest of the game. Joseph scored three consecutive touchdowns ultimately putting away the Trojans single-handedly. Joseph finished the game with 13 carries, 194 yards, and 4 touchdowns.
Montgomery continues to get the job done late in the season, as they extend their winning streak to four games. They will finish out the season on the road against the (3-6) San Ysidro Cougars next Friday. The Trojans will be on the road for their final game of the season as they face the (3-6) Southwest SD Raiders.
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Week 10 will feature the (0-8) Castle Park Trojans, who will take the short drive south to face the (5-3) Montgomery Aztecs in a Metro-Pacific League matchup. Montgomery will hope to stay unbeaten in league play whereas the Trojans will look to get in the win column for the first time all season.
The Aztecs who are coming off a close victory with Southwest SD by the score of 14-7 are now winners of three straight. Montgomery can see a first-place finish in the near future if they stick with the powerful run game of Hunter Joseph and Samson You. Joseph who has already eclipsed the 1000 yard rushing mark, will be a handful for the Trojans defense who have been outscored by there opponents 109-13 In their past three games.
The Trojans, however, should not be taken lightly as they have several playmakers on the offensive side of the ball as well. Castle Park’s Joel Torres and Chris Arana will hope to make an impact early as they lead their team in all-purpose yards.
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