South Bay Game of the Week: Bonita Vista Barons 32 at Olympian Eagles 13

    The week 9 South Bay Game of the Week features the Olympian Eagles hosting the Bonita Vista Barons. Both teams come into tonight’s game with identical records of 5-2. On this night the Eagles’ job is to shut down Baron running back sensation Greg Bell who has 13 touchdowns coming into tonight’s game. In the end Bell triumphs, scoring three rushing touchdowns to give the Barons a 32-13 victory.
    In a fourth and goal situation in the first quarter Eagles quarterback Garry Cannon takes it in on the quarterback keeper.
    Then at the end of the quarter Baron quarterback Anthony Posada throws a nice touchdown pass to Quentin Harrison to make it 7-6 Eagles.
    Let the seesaw battle begin.
   At the end of the second quarter Greg Bell scampers 18 yards into the end zone to give the Barons the lead.
  In the third quarter the Eagles take the lead with a
Noah Lacsima touchdown run.
    The Barons then re-take the lead with a run by Greg Bell.
   The Eagles have a chance to take the lead when Paul Thompson recovers a fumble and looks like he will take it all the way but is brought down after running seventy yards.
   Then in the fourth quarter Greg Bell runs it in 42 yards for his third touchdown of the game, his sixteenth of the season.
    Football fans in the county may be hearing Greg Bell’s name quite a bit in the future…that’s because he has verbally committed to San Diego State.
    Thanks for watching and see you next week!


The Week Nine South Bay Game of the Week is a good one…pitting two teams with identical records. The Olympian Eagles (5-2) will host the Bonita Vista Barons (5-2). The Eagles’ big job will be to contain Baron running back Greg Bell who has scored a total of thirteen touchdowns. Out of the seven games he has played in he has rushed for a hundred yards or more in six of them. Quarterback Anthony Posada is also an important contributor to the offense with four passing touchdowns. On defense the Barons are lead by Luis Pena who has 26 solo tackles and Chris Boguille who has 25 solo tackles. Olympian defensively, meantime, also has some talented tacklers. Andrew Whyte…only a junior…has 38 solo tackles while Antonio Riggins has 36 solo tackles. On offense quarterback Garry Cannon is a threat on both sides of the ball. While he has passed for four touchdowns he has also rushed for five touchdowns. Micheal Kipling leads the offense with seven rushing touchdowns. While the Eagles enjoyed a five-game winning streak, they were soundly beaten by Eastlake last week. The Barons are riding a wave of confidence having won their last two games, including the first defeat of Eastlake in ten years. Olympian’s success on the football field is impressive considering it is young high school that opened not that many years ago. Catch all of the highlights Friday at 10:30!

Categories: 2014 PPR Archive, 2015 PPR Features, 2015 PPR Features Part 2, 2015 South Bay Game of the Week, Week 9: October 23, 2015