A.G. vs. Dos Pueblos: The Arroyo Grande High football team defeated the visiting Dos Pueblos Chargers 41-6 in the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoffs Friday night behind an explosive running game and quarterback Brett VanderVeen.
VanderVeen threw for two first-quarter touchdowns and ran for another in the second quarter, part of an impressive offensive performance that put the Eagles up 27-0 after the first half.
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Gabe Deleon finished with two touchdowns for Arroyo Grande, one on a 33-yard run and another on a 24-yard pass from VanderVeen. Garrett Owens had a 53-yard touchdown catch and Seth Jacobs and Henry Adelman each had a rushing touchdown in the third quarter.
With the win, the Eagles will advance to the second round and face the winner of the Paramount-St. Francis matchup.
SLO vs. Camarillo: The San Luis Obispo High football team defeated the Camarillo Scorpions 54-28 on the road in their first-round game of the CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoffs.
With the victory, the Tigers advance to the second round and a likely home game against the winner of Chaminade-Inglewood matchup.
The San Luis Obispo offense racked up six rushing touchdowns, two from Bryan Coburn and one each from Sawyer Scott, Trevor MacLeod, Erik Cordova, and Jacob Flores.
Quarterback Garrett Giovanelli scored on a 97-yard kickoff return to open up the second half for the Tigers, and Cordova returned a block punt for a touchdown in the first quarter.
- San Luis Obispo 54, Camarillo 28, final
- Arroyo Grande 41, Dos Pueblos 6, final
- Templeton 41, Carpinteria 28, final
A.G. vs. Dos Pueblos: The Arroyo Grande High football team has taken a 41-0 lead over visiting Dos Pueblos into the fourth quarter of it first-round game in the CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoffs.
The Eagles received 2-yard rushing touchdowns from both Henry Adelman and Seth Jacobs in the quarter, expanding an already huge lead.Now into the final frame, a running clock has gone into effect.
SLO vs. Camarillo: The San Luis Obispo high football team has put away the Camarillo Scorpions with a 48-7 lead going into the fourth quarter.
With a 20-7 lead at half, quarterback Garrett Giovanelli got the scoring going early, returning the opening kickoff of the second half 97 yards for a touchdown.
Brian Coburn, Erik Cordova and Trevor Macleod all scored on rushing touchdowns in the third, giving the Tigers a seemingly insurmountable lead headed into the final frame.
- Arroyo Grande 41, Dos Pueblos 0, end of 3rd quarter
- San Luis Obispo 48, Camarillo 0, end of 3rd quarter
- Templeton 21, Carpinteria 14, end of 3rd quarter
A.G. vs. Dos Pueblos: The Arroyo Grande High football team has taken a 27-0 lead into halftime against the visiting Dos Pueblos Chargers in their first round game of the CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoffs.
After Brett VanderVeen threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter, the Eagles took to the ground behind Gabe Deleon, who scored on a 33-yard touchdown run with 5:21 left, and VanderVeen, who punched in a 2-yard run right before the end of the half, giving Arroyo Grande their 27-0 lead.
In the first quarter, VanderVeen had touchdown passes to Deleon and Owens, who has two first-half interceptions on defense.
SLO vs. Camarillo: Jacob Flores ran for 85 yards and a touchdown, Bryan Coburn added an 18-yard touchdown on the ground, and the San Luis Obispo High defense racked up five sacks as the Tigers held a 20-6 lead over Adolfo Camarillo after the first half of a CIF-Southern Section Western Division first-round playoff game.
Flores, a senior fullback, ran the ball 14 times and represented more than 65 percent of the yards from scrimmage for San Luis Obispo (7-3).
The Tigers' other score came when Jake Niezen blocked a Camarillo punt attempt into the air, and Erik Cordova caught the ball on the fly near the Scorpions' 30-yard line, returning it nearly untouched to the end zone for a touchdown that put San Luis Obispo ahead 13-0 in the first quarter.
Camarillo (7-3) scored on a 16-yard pass from Travis Valdez to Corbin Covey in the second quarter. At the half, Valdez was 12-of-15 passing for 88 yards, but the San Luis Obispo sacks sank his rushing total to minus-14 yards on nine attempts.
The Tigers could have had another score, but quarterback Garrett Giovannelli had a fade pass intercepted by Camarillo's Brandon Knupp in the end zone to end a second-quarter drive.
San Luis Obispo will receive the kick to open the second half.
- Arroyo Grande 27, Dos Pueblos 0, halftime
- San Luis Obispo 20, Camarillo 6, halftime
- Templeton 21, Carpinteria 0, halftime
A.G. vs. Dos Pueblos: The Arroyo Grande High football team held a 13-0 lead over the Dos Pueblos Chargers after the first quarter in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoffs.
Garrett Owens got the scoring going early for the Eagles when he caught a 53-yard touchdown pass Brent VanderVeen with 5:25 left in the first quarter.
VanderVeen then threw another touchdown pass, this one a 24-yard strike to running back Gabe Deleon with just under two minutes left in the quarter. Owens’ extra-ppint attempt was blocked, leaving Arroyo Grande with a 13-0 lead heading into the second quarter.
SLO vs. Camarillo: The San Luis Obispo high football team opened up its first-round game of the Western Division playoffs against Camarillo with a dominant first quarter, leading 13-0 headed in to the second.
First, Jacob Flores punched in a 5-yard touchdown run to give the Tigers a 6-0 lead after the failed extra point.
The defense got involved in the scoring as well, when Jake Niezen blocked a punt that was recovered by Eric Cordova and returned 30 yards for a touchdown for San Luis Obispo. The Tigers defense already has three sacks in the game.
- Arroyo Grande 13, Dos Pueblos 0, end of 1st quarter
- San Luis Obispo 13, Camarillo 0, end of 1st quarter
- Templeton 7, Carpinteria 0, end of 1st quarter
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