South Bay Game of the Week: Eastlake Titans 42, Olympian Eagles 7

The Week 8 South Bay Game of the Week features Eastlake hosting Olympian. The question coming into tonight’s game is this: Can the Titans put an end to the Eagles five-game winning streak? By the game’s end the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’ as the Titans win handily by a score of 42-7. At the end of the first quarter Olympian quarterback Garry Canon muscles his way into the end zone to get the Eagles on the board. Start of the second quarter, Eastlake’s Traylon Reed with the one-yard scamper into the end zone…we’re tied at 7. Then minutes later Titan quarterback Isaack Morales throws a touchdown pass to Micah Wiggs to put Eastlake ahead. With just a minute to go in the half Eastlake pulls off the reverse hand-off to Chris Olave who then airs it out Milton Earls to make it 21-7 Titans. Third quarter and Eastlake boosts its lead to 28-8 with run by Jacks Crawford. At the end of the third quarter the Titan lead widens further with a diving touchdown by Traylon Reed….his second of the game. By the time the final whistle blows the final score tells the story as in Eastlake 42, Olympian 7. After the game Eastlake players tell the PPR there was no way they were going to let Olympian win a sixth game in a row inside the Titans’ house! Thanks so much for watching and see you next week!


The Week 8 South Bay Game of the Week features Eastlake hosting Olympian. The Eagles are having a great year as evidenced by their 5-1 record. The Titans, meantime, are somewhat struggling with a 2-5 record in what has been a very tough schedule. Eastlake is coming off a heart-breaking loss to Bonita Vista…the first time in ten years the Barons have beaten the Titans. Eastlake’s offense is lead by quarterback Isaak Morales who has thrown for five touchdowns. Traylon Reed is an offensive threat with four rushing touchdowns. Nate Sweat has shown some real versatility for Eastlake as on defense he has recorded a team-high 44 solo tackles while offensively he has three rushing touchdowns. Head Coach Lee Price is an interesting study as he teaches Physics and when he’s not coaching or teaching, is an actor and singer. The Titans have dedicated their entire season to Dean Klasser who is fighting a rare form of cancer. Olympian is lead offensively by quarterback Garry Cannon who can not only throw but can run as demonstrated by his four rushing touchdowns this year. Running back Michael Kipling leads the Eagles with six rushing touchdowns. Defensively Olympian has three players with 25 or more solo tackles each. Antonio Riggens has five sacks to his credit. In the trenches Dominic Guidino is rated as one of the best linemen in the South Bay. Be sure to catch all the highlights at 10:30!

Categories: 2014 PPR Archive, 2015 PPR Features, 2015 PPR Features Part 2, 2015 South Bay Game of the Week, Week 8: October 17, 2015