QB Trevor Jungmans 2 TD runs 48 yards and 15 yards 1 td pass paces San Pasqual in win
By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Dick Disney Stadium-Orange Glen High School-Escondido, CA-9-20-19:
In a Escondido high school football rival game that are on the Bear Valley Parkway which is loaded with a lot of fans, traditions along with Battle for the Bear Award was given to the winner of the San Pasqual Golden Eagles vs. Orange Glen contest but tonight the trophy goes to the San Pasqual Golden Eagles as they defeated the Orange Glen Patriots by a very close 28-22 score to claim the Bear Award for 2019.
In 1962 Orange Glen High School opened and in 1972 San Pasqual opened started playing a football rivalry. Both schools are 4 miles on the Bear Valley Parkway. In 1985 both administrators had a meeting and decided to give out the Battle for the Bear Award to the winner of the San Pasqual-Orange Glen football game and what a game it was.
In the first peroid, the Patriots scored as qb Ethan Villalobos ran on a 4 yarder with the PAT no good to take a 6-0 lead.
In the second period Golden Eagles took their first lead at 14-6 as qb Trevor Jungman (17 carries for 133 yards) scored on a 48 yard run and threw a (1 completion out of 3 attempts for 39 yards)39 yard pass to Kody Ketcham with the PAT’s good.
The Patriots tied the game as Cael Patterson (33 carries for 152 yards), son of the football coach Jason Patterson known for his running ability scored on a 1 yard run and followed with a 2 point PAT to tie the game at 14-14.
QB Trevor Jungman scored his 3rd touchdown of the game on a 15 yarder to put San Pasqual up 21-14.
The Patriots came back as qb Ethan Villalobos (7 completions out of 18 attempts for 137 yards) threw a 56 yard strike to wide receiver DJ Harris (3 receptions for 81 yards). Cael Patterson followed with a 2 point conversion put Orange Glen up 22-21.
With 2:08 left in the ballgame running back Mark Santer (19 carries for 161 yards) scored on a 39 yard touchdown with the PAT good to make the final score San Pasqual 28-22 and have won the Battle for the Bear Award 13 times in a row. Orange Glen last claimed the trophy in 2003 when they won by a 26-20 score.
Tony Corley San Pasqual Golden Eagles Head Football Coach: “This was a good game for us Orange Glen has improved ever year and were fortunate to come out on top in this classic.” “Trevor Jungman has done a good job for our squad and has dug us out of some big holes with his running and passing skills throughout every game.”
“After we trailed 22-21 I said this is another classic game but Mark Santer my running back scored the winning touchdown on a triple option play he did well and broke a few tackles for us as he scored for us and that is how we won.” said coach Corley.
Jason Patterson Orange Glen Patriots Football Coach: “When we led 22-21 and held San Pasqual down our defense played a lot better this week we needed the opportunities made the key tackles and did our assignments but it was a good game on both sides.”
“My qb (Ethan Villalobos) made a good throw to wide receiver DJ Harris who made an outstanding catch as we held to a 1 point game most of the way.” “San Pasqual always has a good running game Trevor (Jumgman) is a good athlete has done a nice job with his running and passing.” said Coach Patterson.
The Golden Eagles of San Pasqual lead this overall series over the Patriots of Orange Glen 30-14-1.
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