Week 8: San Pasqual Golden Eagles 42, Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns 0
Rancho Buena Vista started the night 0-6 and looked to get its first win of the year in its second to last home game of the season. The Golden Eagles of San Pasqual were having none of it and came out strong from the jump and dominated the football game, winning 42-0.
On San Pasqual’s first possession, quarterback Trevor Jungman ran the play-action perfectly and found a streaking Kody Katchem wide open down the middle of the field for 53 yards. This lead to the first touchdown of the game, putting the Eagles up, 7-0.
After a quick stop by the defense, San Pasqual got the ball back and went down the field quickly again.
This time, Jungman found Masato Thompson on a streak route down the sideline for the 37-yard touchdown pass. Within five minutes of the game, San Pasqual was already up, 14-0.
Rancho Buena Vista continued to struggle on offense and San Pasqual started with the ball to begin the second quarter.
The Eagles patented option attack worked its magic again as running back John Carey took the ball on the sweep and ran 44 yards for the touchdown, putting San Pasqual up, 21-0.
A quick three-and-out by the Longhorns gave San Pasqual the ball in excellent field position. They took advantage once again on the ground, this time with running back Mark Santar scoring from 25 yards out to run the score up to 28-0.
Johnny Vega, who is the heart and soul of the Eagles’ defense, got a chance to show off some of his offensive skills on the next drive. San Pasqual got to the 2-yard line and Vega was able to find a crease and got into the end zone for another San Pasqual touchdown.
Luke Wilson added another touchdown run at the end of the first half to bring the first half score to 42-0.
That score ultimately held up as the final with no team scoring in the second half. The first half domination was more than enough for San Pasqual to come away with the victory.
San Pasqual moves to 6-1 on the year and will face Valley Center next week at 7 p.m. Rancho Buena Vista is now 0-7 and will go on the road next week to play Oceanside.
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