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The Sailors scored on their final possession of their afternoon at a pass from junior quarterback Cole Lavin into James Crowell. Lavin and Nicholas Kim each got considerable playing time at quarterback for Newport Harbor.

“That is very-well organized. Sunny Hills did a excellent job running this championship,” Lofthouse stated. “You have great football teams from all the different divisions.”

Foothill had a lot of victory Saturday, reaching the semifinals before dropping 21-15 to Newport Harbor.
The Knights are coming two significant contributors from last season, Gabe Gallardo and Roman Pistone. Gallardo has been Foothill’s player of the year last year, playing both manners and returning kicks. Pistone rushed for 1,085 yards as a sophomore last season with 10 touchdowns.
The Seahawks have a pair of great athletes in receiver and cornerback in Brandon Alcaraz and Fountain Valley transfer Dillon Kerrigan, who had two interceptions to the Barons last season.
“Gallardo will be special. Pistone had been a sophomore running back last year, lacrosse man with excellent brakes and instincts,” Foothill coach Doug Case stated. “Our offensive and defensive lines are both back, all of four defensive backs are coming. We’ve got the nucleus, we just have to keep healthyand work hard and revel in the fruits of the labour.”

Numerous coaches raved about the organization of the championship and how smoothly it runs compared to various passing league championships.
“Both of them are projecting outstanding and the task is spacious. Both are leaders, composed and everyone is responding to both of them that is important,” Case said. “We have had some wonderful success at Foothill within the last few years and I expect to be back at the top”
Among the advantages of the North Orange County Shootout would be the opportunity to see playoff teams display a roster of players that are new. Ocean View, Aliso Niguel and Troy all lost leading players from last year, but won their various pools Saturday with their new gift.

Garden Grove conducted the ball on 78 percent of its own snaps last season and will likely do so again this year.
Junior quarterback Daylen Pedroza was excellent because of the Panthers on Saturday and drew a lot of attention from opposing coaches. Pedroza threw for 14 touchdowns as a sophomore at 2018 and dashed for almost 8 metres per carry with 13 touchdowns.
Peterman, who finished just 1 pass for a junior last year, got the vast majority of the repetitions Saturday.

Matt Frisbie along with Shane Simpson are both athletic recipients for the Warriors. Roman Arriaga is a baseball player that came out to the football team this year and might start at quarterback. Arriaga displayed a big arm Saturday and is picking up the crime immediately.
“There are great applications in Orange County which do not have the most elite ability, but also have coaches that work hard with the kids to get better every day,” Karavedas mentioned. “We wanted to create a circumstance where they can all come together for one day. I’m thrilled with how it’s turned out and it’s a credit to the coaches and their programs, we have had zero issues or problems. They do a terrific job.”
“I conduct what we will run throughout the entire year. I conduct eight pass plays on defense we perform what we will throughout the season and that helps us prepare,” Cepeda said. “I am not worried about wins and losses. Today is all about working the basics. Everybody that plays us understands exactly what we do and we all don’t change”
The Panthers did that by winning all seven of the games Saturday, for example a 24-9 win over Newport Harbor in the tournament finals.
Newport Harbor got its first points on the tournament game on an interception by senior linebacker John Brigandi. This was the only interception Pedroza withdrew the whole moment.

Sunny Hills coach Pete Karavedas took the afternoon off from coaching the Lancers to go from field to field to make sure things were running smoothly.

The tournament featured 24 teams — Duarte was the only non-Orange County group – that  ranged from Division 7 to Division 13.

He moved to Ocean View last season from Fountain Valley.

FULLERTON – Within the course of the four years of the North Orange County Shootout passing tournament at Sunny Hills High, the purpose of the Orange football team has really changed.

“He seems 100 percent healthy which is good. Within this point, he plays outside backer and we will throw the ball to him some,” Cypress trainer Rick Feldman stated. “He is our man. We are likely to go because he goes.”
Aliso receiver Caleb Peterson stood as one of the better receivers in the tournament Saturday. Peterson captured seven touchdowns last year and Sam Carducci, who moved from Santa Margarita last year, will get playing time on either side of the ball this season.
“We enjoy coming here. These tournaments are not possible to operate and Pete does it as well as you can,” Feldman explained. “It is good playing against teams which are sort of like us”

Carducci, Together with Kyckelhahn and Kyle Thomas are three experienced guys in the Wolverines’ secondary.
“We’ve come a long way and it is the ideal way to end our summer”
“Jordan is going to take a big load and try to fill Mikey’s shoes. After he got the ball this past year, he had some huge chunks,” Garden Grove Ricardo Cepeda said. “Czaln Lobaugh will be our quarterback and we are going to run those 2 guys. Passing league is great, but we would like to discover who will do what with pads .”

“Dana Hills will be better, Laguna Hills includes a really solid heart and I’ve heard good things about the new coach is performing at Trabuco Hills.”

In 2016, the tournament’s inaugural year, the Panthers were just happy to be invited into the championship and compete. In 2019, the goal was to win the whole tournament.

The Panthers are the third team to win against the North Orange County Shootout. Cypress won the initial two years and Aliso Niguel won in 2018.

Foothill has been the surprise team of this championship

“He’s an unreal gift that I’m blessed to get to mentor,” trainer Pedroza said. “The kid loves football and his teammates.
For the fourth successive year, the championship featured no incidents between teams and nobody had significant complaints. The referees have been NCAA Division III and they did a great job of describing the principles to coaches and maintaining things aggressive, however calm.
Passing league soccer is a excellent way for groups to compete against each other before pads are on. It’s fun to see that the skill players on display, but it’s important to keep in mind that passing league isn’t always a fantastic indication of how powerful a group will be in the autumn.

Aliso Niguel won 10 matches in 2018 for the very first time since 2004. The Wolverines graduated quarterback Kyle Robertson who’d 37 touchdowns last year and lost both of their top rushers, who transferred.

“Both revealed that they’re very competent quarterbacks, we like them,” Newport Harbor trainer Peter Lofthouse said. “The experience to emerge and compete against other groups with some success, is a big momentum boost for us going into training camp.”
The Warriors graduated a great deal of seniors from last year’s group, but this is the third season for Echaves in Troy and every one of the players have come up in his or her system.

The Seahawks graduated their top passer, their four leading rushers and all the four top receivers. Even the new-look Seahawks fared well Saturday before losing to sponsor Sunny Hills from the quarterfinals.

Pedroza threw three touchdown passes from the championship match to Andrew Andrade. The receiver dropped 22.3 yards per catch for a Realtor in 2018 and directed the Panthers with 1,314 all-purpose yards.
“He has a big arm, which can make all the throws, which will be something we’ve never needed at Ocean View,” Ocean View trainer Luis Nunez said. “We’ve never had a quarterback like him, but he is inexperienced. We are going to look a lot different than we did last year.”
Kyle Kyckelhahn, who was a All-Sea View League security for Aliso last year, are the starting quarterback and is among the best athletes in the program.

Lobaugh got invaluable reps at quarterback Saturday against great defenses. Garden Grove conducts an alternative crime, which isn’t conducive for passing league, however the Argonauts still had any success, only losing one match.

“The secret is that it’s the third calendar year. The staff unity we have amongst our team and our players will be a force multiplier for us,” Echaves stated. “We have a great deal of skill players who came out and have made a fantastic effects. Although unproven, they are really athletic and we are eager to see what they do”

Cypress, that will probably compete for your Empire League championship this season, lost in the first round following pool play Saturday. Running Isaac Hurtado, that has several Pac 12 pupil supplies, has been the most high-profile participant in the championship, but he has a limited function as a receiver in the Cypress crime.

“Kyle is a excellent athlete. We had a great quarterback last year or else he would have been a yearlong rookie,” Aliso Niguel coach Kurt Westling said of Kyckelhahn. “He has vision, big-time school arm, and can operate. We’re very excited about him he’s had a great summer.”

Orange gamers, from left, Isacc Galvan, Daylen Pedroza and Andrew Andrade were large contributors as the Panthers won the North Orange County Shootout on Saturday, July 13 at Sunny Hills High.

The Knights’ve taken their lumps in the past couple of decades, but had a successful second half of the year in 2018 en route to some North Hills League championship.
“He is my main target and always will be. He is my go-to guy,” Daylen Pedroza said. “I really love him, his crisp route running and all the extra work he’s put in this offseason.”

Mike Carrillo rushed for 2,457 yards and 37 touchdowns for the Argonauts final season. Jordan Sanchez will assume the load at running back this year. Sanchez’s brother Dominik has been the Garden Grove League MVP in 2017.
“The last couple years we’ve been and made the semis,” Orange trainer Robert Pedroza said. This season was,’let us go win the item ‘