Prep Football Roundup: Coast Union wins; Templeton, Morro Bay, Mission Prep lose

sports@thetribunenews.comAugust 31, 2013 

Templeton High quarterback Brody Camping fakes a handoff to running back Chris Romero during Friday's loss to Carpinteria.

LAURA DICKINSON — The Tribune

Coast Union High quarterback Angel Avina put up 325 yards of total offense and accounted for five touchdowns in an 8-man game the Broncos led from the start but had a hard time putting away Friday in a 57-47 win over Kings Christian. 

Avina was 6-of-12 passing for 205 yards and three touchdowns, going almost exclusively to Emmany Godinez. 

Godinez had six catches for 172 yards, including all three touchdowns and one for 77 yards. 

Avina ran for 120 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries, Lane Sutherland had 95 yards on 13 run attempts and Binh Trieu ran 12 times for 72 yards.

“We thought we had control of the game,” first-year Coast Union coach Charlie Casale said. “Boom, they were right back in the game. You can’t relax at all.” 

SAN PEDRO 21, MORRO BAY 0

San Pedro scored a touchdown apiece  in the second, third and fourth quarters on its way to a shutout of host Morro Bay.

Morro Bay senior quarterback Dan Beavers completed 8 of 18 passes for 152 yards without an interception.

EL CAJON CHRISTIAN 42, MISSION PREP 0

The Royals failed to get on the board, according to liveatthegame.com. No information was provided by Mission Prep.

CARPINTERIA 48, TEMPLETON 0

The Eagles lost their season opener at home. Templeton provided no information on the game.

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