GAME OF THE WEEK: El Camino at Citrus Hill

THE DETAILS:
Oceanside El Camino vs. Perris Citrus Hill
CIF-Southern Section – Week 2
At Perris (Calif.) Citrus Hill HS
Kickoff: 7 p.m. PT on Friday, Sept. 8

OCEANSIDE EL CAMINO (2-0 overall, 0-0 Avocado) is off to one of its best starts in years after wins over San Diego Point Loma (21-8) and San Diego Rancho Bernardo (28-17) to open the season. The team returns on offensive trio of seniors that’s going to be tough for any team to beat with QB Jaden Casey, RB Chris Brown and WR Wayne Steward. Each is looking at significant statistical milestones should they have healthy and productive final seasons at a place not really know for its football. A playoff team last year, the team finished 3-8 overall. In fact, should the Wildcats win four more games this season it will be just the program’s fifth winning season over the last 15 years.
HEAD COACH: Jerry Ralph

PERRIS CITRUS HILL (2-0 overall, 0-0 Mt. Pass) reminded folks that the Hawks are still here after pounding Corona Santiago, 28-10, in Week 1. Senior QB/RB Jonathan Jefferson breaks tackles like it’s part of his job, and the offensive line is big and healthy enough to push the line of scrimmage on most every down. With just enough wrinkles to the offense that Jefferson gets to the end zone regularly, the Hawks defense is as opportunistic as ever.
HEAD COACH: Eric Zomalt

THE KEY PLAYERS:
El Camino — QB Jaden Casey, Sr. (6-foot-2, 185 pounds); RB/LB Chris Brown, Sr. (6-foot, 205); SB/FS/KR Wayne Steward, Sr. (5-8, 160); OL/DL Jaylen Newman, Sr. (6-3, 305); OLB/FB/TE Saofai Sio, Sr. (6-foot, 215); LB Sua Tuitasi, Sr. (5-11, 185); DB/SB/KR Cameron Bullock, Sr. (5-6, 160); K Kevin Perez, Sr. (6-foot, 185)

Citrus Hill – QB Jonathan Jefferson, Sr. (5-foot-9, 190 pounds); RB Dee Miles, Jr. (6-foot, 170); DT Jeremyah WIlson, Sr., (6-2, 300); OLB/DE Isaiah Brown, Sr. (6-foot, 175); MLB Jordan Kinney, Sr. (5-10, 200); MLB Alonta Orange, Sr. (6-foot, 190); OLB Anthony Zomalt, Jr., (6-1, 190); CB Areion Orange, Sr. (5-8, 140); K Ivan Caballero, Jr. (5-10, 170)

THE DIFFERENCE:
Citrus Hill’s experience may come into play against a team every bit its equal in size.

THE FINAL SCORE (Prediction):
Citrus Hill 34, El Camino 26

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One Response to “GAME OF THE WEEK: El Camino at Citrus Hill”
  1. Kendolyn LEWIS says:

    Game to watch this week will be Rancho vs Citrus hill…..Jefferson will be on the field with his lil brother on the other side as a running back

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