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Torrey Pines Falcons improve to 3-1 with win over previously undefeated San Pasqual Eagles

Written by: on Saturday, September 14th, 2019. Follow EasternPAFootball.com Staff on Twitter.

 
By David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-San Pasqual High School-Escondido, CA-9-13-19

After a 36-10 opening day win over Los Alamitos and a very tough 31-7 defeat at San Clemente, the Falcons of Torrey Pines ride a 2 game win streak with last week’s 10-7 win over the Eagles of Olympian, tonight defeated the San Pasqual Eagles by a 24-14.

The Falcons took an early 10-0 lead on Mo Vanderwiel 37 yard field goal and qb Brayden Fowler Nicolosi’s (8 completions out of 14 attempts for 133 yards) 12 yard pass to Logan Gutweiler (1 reception for 12 yards)

The Eagles answered back to a 14-10 lead as Trevor Jungman (Rushing 9 carries for 69 yards and passing 4 completions out of 13 attempts for 95 yards) connected on long touchdown passes of 44 yards to Mark Santer (2 receptions for 64 yards) along with a 23 yarder to Ethan Hoffman ( 1 reception for 23 yards)

The Falcons Cael Haelfrich scored 2 more touchdowns of 29 and 20 yards along with 178 yards rushing made the final score 24-14 in favor of Torrey Pines.

Ron Gladnick Head Football Coach of Torrey Pines:  We’re a young football team battling injuries and colds at the present time along with 11 players that weren’t dressed for tonight’s game, these are high caliber kids that want to play good football, but we battled hard with a lot of opportunities to move the ball on certain plays as our squad came through in the second half we made great defensive plays that we needed to, we started 17 underclassman tonight  that improve each game for us to get better.”

“QB Brayden Fowler Nicolosi only a sophomore ran and looked for a route that we had open did a good job on the primary.”  “Our defense did their duties at knocked the ball loose for the fumble that led to our 3rd score.”  “Cael Helfrich ran hard for us all year after 3 games he might have 400 total yards rushing as he is a bruising running back when you try to tackle him (Cael) your not the hitter he is the hitter.”

Torrey Pines will host El Camino and for the Bear Award San Pasqual will be at Orange Glen.

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