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QB Max Shiffer’s 3 touchdown passes paces 4-0 Oceanside to 31-14 win over San Marcos

Written by: on Sunday, September 18th, 2016. Follow Staff on Twitter.


By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer

Excalibur Field-San Marcos High School-San Marcos, CA: In a battle of 2 ranked teams in San Diego High School Football scene the Pirates of Oceanside High School on Tevin Meadow’s (20 carries 100 yards rushing) scored on a 1 yard run to take a 7-0 lead. After the Knights tied the score 7-7 on Bryce Bolin’s pass of 23 yards to Kyle Phillips, the Pirates on Max Schiffer’s (7 carries for 20 yards) 2 touchdown runs of 1 and 3 yards along with Jake Gerardi’s 37 yard field goal put Oceanside up 24-7.

‘It’s very satisfying that San Marcos is a a very coachable squad along with building their tradition hear with Coach Tinsler and his staff they doing a good job and are a playoff championship contender” said Head Coach Dave Rodriguez. “They belong in the envelope and tonight’s game was a battle we are thankful to the win the game tonight and will find out about one of my injured players in Taylor Shaw and hopefully will find out some good news if he is going to be able to play.” said Coach Rodriguez

“Max Shuffer showed up toght and made very big plays for us and chewing up the clock after the interceptions and the turnovers but he (Max) got the ball in the end zone when the team is in the huddle, Max is our team leader and the field general he did a good job and gave us the win 2 runs.” said Dave Rodriguez.

Julian Hicks (1 reception for 16 yards) scored the other Pirate touchdown as he caught a 16 yard pass from Max Schiffer (9 completions out of 22 attempts for 171 yards 1 interception).

The Knights scored their last touchdown as Bryce Bolin 16 completions out of 37 attempts for 236 yards and 1 interception threw his second yard pass a 90 yarder to Kyle Phillips (5 receptions for 138 yards) for a touchdown.

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