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Eastlake Titans drill Vista Panthers for first win in 2013 Phillip Brents | Fri, Sep 13 2013 01:20 PM

The Eastlake High School football team made a statement in its first game against a San Diego Section opponent by drilling the visiting Vista Panthers, 46-14, in the Titans’ home debut last Friday.

Eastlake, which entered the non-league match-up ranked 10th in the section, led 39-0 at one point.  

Isiah Olave led the Titans (1-1) with three touchdowns, one of which came on a 60-yard punt return. He also scored on runs of one and 10 yards.

Sophomores Dean Klaser (one-yard run and 15-yard pass reception) and Traylon Reed (nine-yard run) combined to account for three scores in the game while Isaiah Strayhorn opened scoring on a 14-yard run.

Kicker Aeden Johnson booted four extra-point conversions.

The Titans will host Escondido (1-1) on Friday. Kick-off is 7 p.m.


Bonita Vista 14, Lincoln 8
The Barons can savor their 2-0 start under new coach Chris Thompson after spiriting away the non-league win over the reigning San Diego Section Division III champions.

“I think the heat all week took something out of both teams,” Thompson said. “Both offenses were sloppy and turned the ball over all night. Our defense did fly around and made some big plays. We were proud of the boys hanging tough together and never giving up.”

The Barons took an early lead after capitalizing on a Lincoln turnover late in the second quarter. A Marcos Kasak to Robert Garza pass completion set the ball at the one-yard line. From there,  Kasak sneaked the ball over for the score.

With the Hornets leading 8-7 in the fourth quarter, BV senior running back Andy Garcia ripped off a 70-yard scoring run off the right side of the offensive line. “Great blocks were made at the point of attack behind tight end Alex Lopez, right tackle Kennedy Masanes and right guard Joey Snider ... wide receiver Patrick Wilson made the TD block that sprung Andy for the game winner,” Thompson pointed out.


Castle Park 36, CETYS 14

Mylik Steen led the host Trojans to their first victory of the season by scoring three touchdowns, including two rushing scores and one interception return.

Quarterback Eric King completed six of 14 attempts for one touchdown — five yards to Luq Barcoo. Angel Sales led CP (1-1) with 88 rushing yards and scored one touchdown. Barcoo paced the defense with 12 tackles. Steen also had two picks on defense.

“We’re coming together little by little,” Trojan coach Hans Graham said. “Our goal is to get better each game.”


Montgomery 20, El Cajon Valley 7
The host Aztecs scored 20 unanswered points to down the Braves and pick up their first win of the 2013 season. Alex Cervantes and Stanley Schwing each scored rushing touchdowns while Nate Aragon passed to Chauncey Emerson for another TD.

Montgomery (1-1) next hosts the Clairemont Chieftains (1-1) on Friday in another key Division IV match-up.


Francis Parker 24, Olympian 21
The host Eagles went up 14-0 on the strength of a one-yard scoring run and a 61-yard punt return for a touchdown and later built a 21-6 lead after scoring on an eight-yard run in the third quarter.

But the Lancers stormed back with 18 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to snare key a non-league victory. Jesse Brookins led Parker (2-0) with 136 rushing yards. Devan Horne scored on a 16-yard run and Khaleel Jenkins passed to Ayman Mayberry for eight yards for another score to highlight contributions by the victors’ contingent of South County players.

The loss evened Olympian’s record at 1-1. “(It was a) disappointing loss after controlling most of the game — we must learn from our mistakes and move on to El Camino,” Eagles coach Paul Van Nostrand said.


Mt. Miguel 25, Otay Ranch 15
The host Mustangs took an early 7-0 lead on a two-yard scoring run by Malik Williams in the first quarter and then fought back from a 15-7 deficit as Kyran Lee opened the fourth quarter on a 25-yard scoring run. The two-point conversion then tied the game at 15-15. But the Matadors, taking advantage of a timely turnover, scored the win by tacking on the final 10 points of the game on a 34-yard field goal by Josue Beas and a 37-yard scoring run by Brad Moreno.



Prep Football Scoreboard
Friday, Sept. 6
Non-League

Chula Vista 27, Sweetwater 0
Hilltop 27, Patrick Henry 21
Bonita Vista 14, Lincoln 8
Eastlake 46, Vista 14
Montgomery 27, El Cajon Valley 7
Castle Park 36, CETYS (Mexico) 14
Kearny 50, San Ysidro 36
Coronado 35, Southwest 14
El Capitan 44, Mater Dei Catholic 0
Mt. Miguel 25, Otay Ranch 15
Francis Parker 24, Olympian 21
Classical Academy 36, Ocean View Christian Academy 6
Calvin Christian 46, Lutheran 24
Tuesday, Sept. 3
San Diego Jewish Academy 21, Chula Vista Calvary Christian Academy 20

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