Mission Prep's Andrew DaRosa tackles Coast Union High’s Zach Brooke during the Royals' 39-0 win Sept. 3, 2010, in San Luis Obispo. The game would've been mercy-ruled this year, as Mission Prep scored all of its points in the first three quarters. DaRosa, now a junior, and his current teammates saw their season-opening, 48-0 win over Avenal last week operate with a running clock after the Royals got out to an early 35-0 lead.
Mission Prep's Andrew DaRosa tackles Coast Union High’s Zach Brooke during the Royals' 39-0 win Sept. 3, 2010, in San Luis Obispo. The game would've been mercy-ruled this year, as Mission Prep scored all of its points in the first three quarters. DaRosa, now a junior, and his current teammates saw their season-opening, 48-0 win over Avenal last week operate with a running clock after the Royals got out to an early 35-0 lead. jmellom@thetribunenews.com
Mission Prep's Andrew DaRosa tackles Coast Union High’s Zach Brooke during the Royals' 39-0 win Sept. 3, 2010, in San Luis Obispo. The game would've been mercy-ruled this year, as Mission Prep scored all of its points in the first three quarters. DaRosa, now a junior, and his current teammates saw their season-opening, 48-0 win over Avenal last week operate with a running clock after the Royals got out to an early 35-0 lead. jmellom@thetribunenews.com

There will be mercy in big prep football blowouts this season

September 08, 2011 11:08 PM

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