Week 11: Castle Park Trojans 21, San Ysidro Cougars 14
The Castle Park Trojans headed down to San Ysidro Cougar territory where they were able to secure their fourth consecutive win to end their regular season.
In the first quarter, San Ysidro was able to score a touchdown building momentum and spirit for the team, however, Trojan Tyrone Lake was able to complete a two-yard touchdown run that would even the score, 7-all.
During halftime, Brianna Lacarra was crowned Homecoming Queen for San Ysidro High.
With heavy fog in the third, Lake completed a 25-yard touchdown run, making it 14-7, Castle Park
Last to come, in the fourth quarter, Lake completed a 12-yard touchdown run to make the final score, 21-7, Castle Park.
The Castle Park Trojans (7-4) will be hosted by the San Ysidro Cougars (0-9) in this Week 11 Metro-Pacific League matchup.
Castle Park is coming out of Week 10 with a win against Southwest SD, with a final score of 37-21. The Trojans have had a successful run these past weeks with a 5 game winning streak.
Castle Park’s senior quarterback Diego Martinez has had quite the 2018 season. He has managed to be a part of 17 touchdowns and has racked up 885 passing yards. It seems that Castle Park’s offense has just been solid all around. Castle Park’s offense has a combined total of 918 passing yards. Looks like Martinez has many options to connect with in terms of passing.
San Ysidro has yet to get a win this season, but have still managed to put up some impressive stats. Castle Park’s offense might want to watch out for San Ysidro’s senior linebacker Josef Bielma. Bielma has been a force defensively with a total of 73 tackles. Be on the lookout for this senior.
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