Horizon Christian Academy Panthers 36, Francis Parker Lancers 6

It’s the final game of the year and Horizon went on to take the victory 36-6.

Deandre Daniels had a great night, finding the end zone 3 different times.

The first play in the second quarter Daniels ran for a 5 yard touchdown pickup, only a few minutes after he runs 8 yards in for his second touchdown.

Later in the 3rd Oscar Cordova intercepts Parker quarterback Ben Krongard’s pass and takes the ball to the house for a Panther pick six. After this score the Panthers are up 24-0. This isn’t Cordovas only score as he would make a 52 yard run in the 4th for another Horizon score.

Parker would keep away from the shut out as Ben Krongard would pass to Ryan Zupkas for a 35 yard touchdown gain.  This game would end Parkers season as their final record would be (2-8)

Horizon will be able to compete in the D3 playoffs and will find out who their opponent will be on Monday.

Make sure to follow @kusippr on Twitter and Instagram for all the up to date information about who will be seen on the Silver Pigskin podium and don’t forget to tune in next Friday where Paul and his pigs take on the first round of playoffs. 

PREVIEW: We enter week 10 of the high school football season and we have a game that involves two Coastal League teams fighting to salvage their season.

The Francis Parker Lancers play host to the Horizon Christian Academy Panthers, both coming into the game hoping to end the season on a high note. The Lancers come into the game at 2-7 and the Panthers enter the game 1-8.

Francis Parker comes in riding a five game losing streak, most recently a 47-7 loss against the Bishop’s Academy. The bright spot of the Lancers is sophomore quarterback Ben Krongard. The Francis Parker leader comes into this game with 426 passing yards with three touchdown passes to go along with 133 yards and two scores on the ground. Krongard combined with fellow sophomore Bryce Neels, who has added 426 yards and three touchdowns on the ground of his own.

On the other side Horizon Academy enters the game riding a six game losing streak, most recently a 35-21 loss to the La Jolla Country Day Torreys. The positive outlook from this season for the Panthers this season is that they have a lot of underclassman gaining experience to give them a great advantage coming into next season.

This game focuses on two teams looking to end the season off strong, tune in to the KUSI’s PPR on Friday at 10:30pm to find out how this one ends. 

Categories: 2014 PPR Archive, 2015 PPR Features, 2015 PPR Features Part 2, Week 11: November 6, 2015