Tri-City Christian 27 Francis Parker 12

After Mother Nature brought thunder and lightning to last night’s game between Francis Parker and Tri-City Christian on Senior Night, action resumed this afternoon at 2 p.m.

The battle for Division V supremacy ended with the TCC Eagles defeating the Lancers of Francis Parker 27-12.

TCC (7-1) is now in sole possession of first place in the Pacific league (3-0) and Division V.

Lead by freshman quarterback Kiah Reid, the Eagles were able to do something no other team has been able to do this season: move the ball against the Lancers’ vaunted defense.

Francis Parker (7-1, 1-1), came into this game as one of the most dominant teams in the county. Their defense had given up a total of 29 points all season. TCC nearly matched that total.

The Eagles, from the opening drive, were able to move the ball. Senior Christian Salibo rushed for two touchdowns, hitting the 20 touchdown mark, and eclipsed 1000 yards rushing for the season.

Before the game was postponed Friday night, the Eagles were up 7-0. Francis Parker tied the game 7-7 after the half. After that, it was all TCC.

TCC controls their own destiny and have put themselves in position to run the table in their league and Division V. They will travel to Orange Glen next week.

Francis Parker hopes to bounce back next week when they welcome Maranatha Christian.

PREVIEW – In one of the best games this Friday night, the Lancers of Francis Parker will travel to Vista to take on the Tri-City Christian Eagles.

League and playoff implications will be on the line for both squads.

Both schools are in the Pacific League and compete in Division V.

And both teams sit atop the standings.

Francis Parker (7-0), led by Head Coach Matt Morrison, is undefeated and has been nothing short of dominant this season on both sides of the ball.

The Lancers have given up a total of 29 points this season, an average of just over 4 points per game, while scoring just over 35 points per game. They are currently 1-0 in league play.

TCC, led by Head Coach Shane Goodwin, is sitting right below them in CIF standings but are 2-0 in league play. The Eagles (6-1) have won three in a row and are undefeated at home.

The Eagles have been very impressive when playing at home. Their offense averages 40 points per game while giving up just under 7 points per game.

It may very well be the best game this Friday night.

Kick-off is at 7 p.m.

For highlights of this game and others around the county, be sure to tune into Season XX of the Prep Pigskin Report this Friday, October 12. at 11 p.m.

Also, prior to the PPR, be sure to tune in every Friday night at 10:45 p.m on KUSI for 1st and 15.

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