San Luis Obispo High's football team (1-2) scored 14 unanswered points in the third quarter to defeat Oxnard 21-7 on Friday night and win for the first time this season.
San Luis Obispo, which was playing without injured starting quarterback Garrett Giovannelli, attempted just two passes, completing none, with backup Thomas Orradre.
Instead, the Tigers racked up 258 yards rushing on 46 attempts, including 144 yards and one touchdown on 25 attempts from Sawyer Scott.
Nate Geenelsh had 42 yards on nine carries and a touchdown, and Cole Bradley had 75 yards on eight carries and a touchdown for San Luis Obispo.
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Jack Ferguson led the Tigers with 11 tackles, three for loss, and Ted Martin added nine.