Week 5 North County Game of the Week: San Pasqual Golden Eagles 37, Orange Glen 14
The Eagles did it with their defense (1 safety), special teams (blocked kick and blocked punt), and some great quarterback play from junior Trevor Jungman. Jungman had 13 carries for 121 yards and two touchdowns, while going 6-for-9 through the air with two more scores..
San Pasqual will get their bye week this friday before heading to Ramona on Spetember 28th, while Orange Glen will travel to Army Navy next Friday.
Preview: The Prep Pigskin Report North County Game of the Week takes us to San Pasqual for the 1st time this season, as the Fighting Eagles (2-2) host the undefeated Orange Glen Patriots (3-0) in the 44th annual “Battle of the Bear”. San Pasqual leads the series 28-14-1 that dates back to 1972.
While this used to be a Valley league Game, that is not the case over the last few years after the reformation of the North County Conference leagues. This is a rivalry game of Bear Valley Parkway, these two schools are separated by just 4.2 miles and a seven minute drive according to Google Maps.
The Patriots will have had two week to prepare for the Fighting Eagles, after a bye in week three and a forfeit win in week four versus Escondido Charter, Orange Glen will look to take back the “Bear Trophy” for the 1st time since an upset win in 2003. The Patriots are lead by junior RB/DB Cael Patterson whose dad Jason is the head coach.
When it comes to San Pasqual, the first thing you think is tradition and the Triple option, the same offense that they have been running since the school opened back in the 1970’s. Junior QB Trevor Jungman is another in the great line of option quarterbacks that have run the fighting eagles offense and despite a loss at #1 Torrey Pines in week four, San Pasqual can put up points.
Highlights of this game and 30 more on the Prep Pigskin Report Friday night kicking off at 11:00 PM. You can also follow me on Twitter @Rickwillis99 for scoring updates.