Mission Bay 62, San Diego 0
The national story of Knengi Martin has brought newfound attention to San Diego High School. The passion of the fans is there. The ticket booth line stretches across the pavement. The cheers are plentiful.
The problem is the victories aren’t so plentiful.
Lead by a three sided attack from Derrick Clark, the Mission Bay Buccaneers embarrassed the Cavers 62-0 inside the hallowed halls of Balboa Stadium. The win puts Mission Bay at 2-3, while San Diego is now 1-4.
Aside from one fumble, every Bucs drive ended in touchdown. The first scoring drive started with the feet of Clark and ended with his arm, hitting Niegil Harness-Anderson for the touchdown.
After a San Diego turnover, Clark would strike twice more with the legs. Using the zone option Mission Bay has turned to due to an excess of skill players and lack of a true pocket passer, Clark would trick the Caver defense and score twice.
Mission Bay also has some defense to speak of. Jhavari Ransom would pick off San Diego for the pick six.
Clark would then finish the triple play by returning a punt for a touchdown.
Mission Bay won’t have it this easy next week, travelling to the Madhouse to face the Madison Warhawks,while San Diego will be back in Balboa Stadium against the La Jolla Country Day Torreys.