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2nd half touchdowns by Luke Duerr and Sully O Brien pace Torrey Pines in 33-14 win

Written by: on Saturday, October 29th, 2016. Follow EasternPAFootball.com Staff on Twitter.

 

By David A. Willauer, Contributing Writer

Mission Hills High School-San Marcos, CA-Friday, October 28, 2016: The Falcons of Torrey Pines High School improve their record to 7-2 on the season as they broke a 14-14 tie on Gabe Gmyr’s 30 yard run to tie the game and went ahead on Luke Duerr 25 carries for 113 yards 2nd touchdown run of 1 yard after scoring on a 5 yard run which was followed by a safety for 2 points and Nino Alworth the grandson of former Chargers wide receiver Lance Alworth connected on a 39 yard field goal and Sully O Brien 17 carries for 87 yards scored on a 5 yard touchdown run as they defeated the Grizzlies of Mission Hills by a 33-14 score.

Torrey Pines Head Football Coach Rod Gladnick: “I felt this game as I felt about the Oceanside contest as strong as we are we physically controlled the line of scrimmage and the clock down as we are in the best shape of any team in San Diego County.”

‘If can turn this game into a dogfight as in that our kids have played their hearts out.” “At halftime I felt that the tide was starting to go our way, in the third quarter when we came out our offense held the ball for 9 minutes drove 80 yards with 20 plays and punched the touchdown in.” said Coach Gladnick.

“Our defense played better as our team improves every week Lou Duerr has been a tremendous player for us we ran the Wing T our offense is hard to stop we kept putting defenders in conflict Jr. Sully OBrien is playing improving each game as our whole football team is coming on as we 3 underclassman on our offensive line we had 300 yards today and in the last 4 games we had a total of 1200 yards. said Coach Gladnick.

Mission Hills at 6-3 was led by Sam Dixon as he carried the ball 10 carries for 114 yards scored on an 8 yard touchdown run and qb Jack Tuttle 6 carries for 12 yards scored on a 1 yard run.

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