Football continues their legacy in the playoffs

Posted on November 16, 2015 by in Sports

Football continues their legacy in the playoffs

Vanessa Centeno

Sports Editor

After dominating Van Nuys on Nov. 13, with a score of 49-15, the football team continues their way in the playoffs facing North Hollywood High on Nov. 20.

The boys started off shaky giving off the impression of a weak defense when Van Nuys took the lead in the first three minutes of the game, 7-0. Quarterback, David Rothenberg, was quick to bring his team back in less than a minute after the Wolves’ first touchdown tying up the score, 7-7, and then again later in the quarter giving his team a lead of 14-7.

Going into the second quarter David scored another touchdown bringing up his team to 21-7 slipping through the Van Nuys defensive line. Surmier Cunningham was quick to follow scoring a touchdown during the second quarter bringing up his team another six points and with another field goal ending the first half 28-7.

Not long into the second half Tyree Moore scored two touchdowns in three minutes, keeping his team in a lead of 42-7. Max Perandize had a 40-yard run before scoring his first touchdown of the game, a touchdown he had been searching for since the Belmont game.

The Wolves struggled to keep up, but were able to score another touchdown later in the fourth quarter and with a two point conversion ended the game with a final score of 49-15.

The boys continue to seek glory at the Cerritos College Arena for the final championship game on Dec. 5 as they move upward and forward through the playoffs.


One Response to “Football continues their legacy in the playoffs”

  1. Floyd Givehand class of 84 30 November 2015 at 2:31 pm #

    Go sheiks from the class of 84 i will be there on Saturday

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