Assistance our secondary school sporting activities coverage by becoming an electronic customer. Subscribe now COSTA MESA — — Ocean Sight enhanced its record to 3-1 by beating Estancia 12-7 on Thursday evening at Orange Coastline College, yet Seahawks coach Luis Nunez was not impressed by his group’s performance.
“Like I informed the children,” Nunez stated, “we’re not a good football team now, we have not showed any person exactly how good we can be. There’s skill on this football team and you see glances of it, (yet) we have not put it with each other.”
Ocean View was led by quarterback Braden Crabtree, that tossed for 189 backyards as well as two touchdowns, and Brandon Alcaraz had 5 receptions for 70 backyards as well as a touchdown.
A week after suffering their initial loss, the Seahawks struggled to move the sphere in the initial quarter. Some of that concerned the string of charges called on Sea View. The Seahawks completed the video game with 14 charges.
Ocean Sight QB Braden Crabtree (188 lawns, 2 TDs) talks on what his team needs to boost on after tonight'' s 12-7 gain Estancia. The Seahawks will deal with Dana Hills following week. @ocvarsity @OVSeahawkFB @LuisCoachnunez5 pic.twitter.com/l28gIgrxTJ– David Delgado(@DavidDelgado_OC) September 20, 2019″We just had no rhythm,”Nunez said.”Way way too many charges. To
begin(drives )initially and 15, first as well as 20, makes it extremely difficult. “After a scoreless opening quarter, points started to move in the 2nd
quarter as the Seahawks acquired yards in huge pieces. A 33-yard run by Anthony Ramirez as well as a 27-yard catch by Seeker Arce established Alcaraz for a 10-yard goal function from Crabtree to make ball game 6-0. The additional factor was blocked. Nunez mentioned his group’s young offensive line and also poor implementation as various other factors for the lack of racking up in the
initial fifty percent, however he looks ahead to seeing the team boost.”Things’s there, stuff’s open,”Nunez said.” We simply obtained ta perform, and also like I claimed ‘at the end of the day, if we’re holding, we’re holding. ‘”Estancia(1-3 )quit a possible racking up drive by Sea Sight just prior to halftime, as Mario Mondragon sacked
Crabtree and pushed Ocean Sight out of basket variety to maintain ball game 6-0. The Seahawks prolonged their lead in the 3rd quarter with Hunter Arce acting as a stimulant on the drive with 3 of his 6 catches on that
ownership. The Seahawks topped the drive with Crabtree’s 22-yard strike to Michael Da Rosa’s on fourth down, offering Sea View a 12-0 lead with midway with the third. Estancia placed together a long drive in the fourth quarter that finished on fourth-and-1 from the Seahawks 5, as Tony Valdez was not able to confine a pass from Cameron Knickerbocker in the back of completion area. After taking control of on downs, Ocean View stumbled on the next play and Nathan Zalpa recouped the round for Estancia. On on the next play, Nathan Pacheco racked up on a 16-yard go to bring the Eagles within five factors. Crabtree went on to secure the success with a QB slip on fourth-and-1 with under two mins to go. Nunez applauded Crabtree for his second-effort stretch to get that essential yard, but he rapidly shifted
his focus to next week’s challenger, Dana Hills, which is currently 4-0.”We’re probably gon na have an unbeaten Dana Hills team coming to our house next week,”Nunez said. “I think if we bring it we can play with any person on our schedule, but we’ll see, we got ta return to work.
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