Friday Night Football Preview Week 2
Friday, September 13th, 2013
Issue 37, Volume 17.
Murrieta Valley-Eastvale Roosevelt
Murrieta Valley is home to face Eastvale Roosevelt. The Mustangs have turned things around this year. They defeated Tustin 39-8, and West Covina Charter Oak 55-48 in the first two games, avenging embarrassing losses from a year ago.
They are looking to avenge last year’s 28-0 loss to the Nighthawks. "They are a great football team," Murrieta Valley coach Vinny Fazio said. "You watch them, they are legitimately a second-round-type, third-round type playoff team in our division. They’re legitimate, very few holes, and their quarterback play is amazing".
The Nighthawks are 2-0 but Coach Fazio sees room for improvement’. "So far, the one thing I’m least happy with, is that we have five turnovers in two games," noted Fazio. "Last year at Eisenhower we had eight turnovers the whole year. We’re a little more high-octane here than we were at Eisenhower. We’ve had five turnovers and four of them are careless turnovers, things that weren’t even forced. You can’t have careless turnovers against a team like Roosevelt."
The Broncos are headed out of town Friday night to take on the undefeated Thunderbirds. Coach Coley Candale’s talented team is led by Quarterback Coltin Gerhart who almost single handedly destroyed Downey in last week’s 66-28 victory.
Starting running back Kishawn Holmes is injured and listed as questionable but back-up Tito Feliciano is ready in the wings. Feliciano ran for 179 yards on 9 carries and a TD.
Coach Paul McGowen’s Golden Bears are 1-0 and looking to wreck havoc on the Lancers this Friday. The young, inexperienced TVHS offensive line proved that they could protect their QB and move the chains last week against Temescal. Look for a big game by All league QB Kyle Plantier.
The Golden Bear defense shut out the prolific Titan triple option offense last week. Can they rise to the occasion again on Friday night?
The Rams come into Friday’s game undefeated and 2-0 after disposing of the Bulldogs last week. Hemet never was in the game as the Ram defense rose up and denied the Bulldogs all game long.
Murrieta Mesa is led by sophomore QB Peyton Uhl and his vast array of offensive weapons. Daniel Castro and Chandler Woodward are the main Ram backs. Davian Neitz, Bryan Phan and Joseph Pinkava are Uhl’s favorite receivers.
The Pumas are headed for Oceanside to take on the Pirates, ranked 10th in the state. Oceanside is 1-1 and coming off a 50-39 loss to Serra HS, and they are looking to turn things around quick.
The Pumas are led by junior QB Austin Fisher who threw for 137 yards and two TDs in his first start. Josiah Gonzales and Davonte Maynard are the go to backs for Chaparral. Kryts Walton and Carrie Harrison are the Bronco threats through the air.
Great Oak-Rancho Verdes
The Wolfpack travels to Moreno Valley and will play a tough Rancho Verdes team. The Mustangs are 1-1 and ranked 76th in the state. They are hoping to rebound from a 35-20 loss to Tesoro.
The Wolfpack is looking for it’s first win of the season after dropping their opener to Carlsbad, 41-17.
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