El Camino ends Vista’s season in Semi Finals of Division II Playoffs
By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Dick Haines Stadium-Vista High School-Vista, CA-Friday, November 22, 2019
For the first time in 2 years the Wildcats of El Camino 7-6 known for close regular season records but when it comes to the CIF Football Tournament which are full of miracles as they pulled a huge upset after a 21-21 tie it was Noah Sega 15 carries for 142 yards who stepped up to the plate with his running and defensive abilities once again proved himself on what he did as he scored 3 touchdown runs of 21, 38 and 74 yards on offense along with a 26 interception ended the Vista Panthers season with a 35-21 score.
Michael Hobbs El Camino head football coach: “We found a way to win along with doing our responsibilites on the field.” “We’re playing our best football right now when it matters from game 10 on that is when we’re starting to playing together as a team when it comes to CIF Playoffs.
“The other schools can be very surprising right now as a team we have responsibilities on the field that we have to do and knew what we did.” said Coach Hobbs
“Noah Sega is like a rocket on the field along with classroom just like how his brother was while in high school The last time when we won was in 2017 with his brother Jacob Sega.” said Coach Hobbs
The Panthers finished the season at at 9-3 was led by David Flores as he carried the ball 23 times for 159 yards scored on 3 touchdown runs of 14, 17, 11.
Notes of information El Camino for the second time in their football history under head coach Michael Hobbs have reached their 2nd CIF Division title since 2017 while finishing 8-6 and defeating Eastlake High School 20-10 for the CIF Crown.
This was Vista’s first Semi Final Appearance since 2011. The Panthers last won a CIF title was in 2010 over Mira Mira and in 2011 lost to the Titans of Poway High School
Oceanside defeats Madison 45-21 in Division I Semi Final Round
In a semi final Division I contest that was held at Madison High School field the “miracle” Pirates of Oceanside have advanced to their second CIF Division Final under head football coach Dave Rodriguez on 2 Jakob Harris’s touchdown passes of 57 and 49 yard pass to Rich Jaime and 1 touchdown pass of 10 yards to Kamron Beachum, Kavika Tua 2 touchdown runs of 97 yard run and 15 yards defeated the Warhawks of Madison High School by a 45-21 score. Their last appearance was in 2015 when they took on rival El Camino at Southwestern College.
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