Mission Viejo QB Peter Costelli won’t play this season, plans to graduate early

Senior quarterback Peter Costelli will not play football for Goal Viejo this coming period as he plans to graduate at mid-year in order to enter the College of Utah in the spring of 2021.

The senior high school football season in The golden state starts in January. The COVID-19 pandemic substantially altered the high college sports calendar for the 2020-21 school year.

Costelli stated he will not move to one more state so he can play football this loss, an intent revealed by various other Orange Area quarterbacks. Several states intend to have the high college football season this fall.

“I think I’ll remain here and also train and also grad early,” Costelli stated Thursday. “Finishing early constantly has been my leading concern so I can prepare for university football. It (stinks) that I can’t play my senior season.”

Two other area quarterbacks, Jake Garcia of La Habra and also Cole Lavin of Newport Harbor, revealed today they are leaving The golden state to participate in institutions in other states where there will be high school football this fall.

Garcia is transferring to Georgia, Lavin has actually moved to Utah. Costelli claimed there are a lot of unknowns, such as qualification inquiries, if he picked to transfer to an out-of-state senior high school.

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