CLOSER LOOK: Centennial’s Justin Fisher

Take a closer look at Corona Centennial senior Justin Fisher and you’ll see a kid happy to be going along for the ride.

Fisher has been the barely mentioned receiver in a group so good it makes opposing coaches go crazy trying to cover them all, but he leads the team with 43 receptions for 1,071 yards and 15 touchdowns.

He caught two touchdowns and finishedg with four catches for 101 yards as Centennial defeated San Juan Capistrano JSerra, 55-24, in a CIF-Southern Section first round playoff game on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016.

After the Huskies’ quarterfinal game this Friday night, he’ll travel along with QB Tanner McKee to visit Nebraska this Saturday, Nov. 19.

But w caught up with Fisher after beating up on JSerra’s defensive backfield in the Huskies’ playoff opener.

InlandFieldhouse.com: Is two touchdowns in the second half enough right now?
Justin Fisher: It was big for me, especially it was big for my team. I wanted to do everything I could because we were struggling in the beginning, handing the ball off, penalties everywhere, but I’m just happy with what I did to help my team out.

InlandFieldhouse.com: What was the key to getting the offense going after the slow start?
JF: We just needed to focus. Our tempo is so fast the we lose focus. For us to get it together, coach talked to us at halftime, told us what we were doing wrong and what not, and we just picked it up.

InlandFieldhouse.com: What will you remember about this game?
JF: Make less mistakes. The game is based upon which team makes fewer mistakes. We made a lot of mistakes, and they didn’t really take advantage of it, so we kind of picked it up in the end.”

InlandFieldhouse.com: Can you think about college ball yet?
JF: “Yeah. I took a visit to University of Arizona. I liked it. And on the 19th I’m going to Nebraska with Tanner, so I’m really looking forward to my Nebraska visit.”

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