David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-In a CIF Divisioin I playoff, after a 28-17 regular season defeat on Friday, October 1st on the facilities of LaCosta Canyon, the Miracle Camino Wildcat magic continues as they shocked the Mavericks on their home field after trailing 7-0 in the first quarter came back as they scored 13 points in the 2nd, 7 points in the 3rd and 10 in the 4th as they won by a 30-20 score.
El Camino performers: Kiah Reid 64 yards rushing 2 touchdown runs of 1 and 9 yards and passed for 123 yards. Isaiah Tuipala 7 carries for 30 yards 1 yard touchdown run Zee Eatmon 104 yards rushing along with a 7 yard touchdown run Sam Souza 1 field goal of 25 yards. EC receptions Broderick Washington 4 receptions for 73 yards.
El Camino improves their record to 7-5 will be on the road as they take on the top seed 7-3 Helix Highlanders in a semi final round D I CIF Playoff game
Warriors Stadium-Fallbrook High School-Fallbrook, CA: The Fallbrook Warriors known for talented athletes especially football players have achieved their goal on the gridiron. The last time Fallbrook made the playoffs was 2015 under former head football Kyle Williams as they finished at 7-5, their last winning season.
From 2016, 2017 and 2018, Fallbrook suffered through 3 losing seasons with 1-9 seasons. Current head coach Troy Everhart was hired as head coach for the Warriors in 2019 where he finished 0-10 in his first year on the job. The last 2 seasons, Coach Everhart guided Fallbrook High School to a 2-3 spring season and this season at 5-6
In the 49-0 win over San Ysidro, Chris Bausch led the Warriors with 91 yards rushing, scored 3 touchdown runs of 5, 7 and 44 yards. Marquise Washington 6 carries for 92 yards scored on a 35 yard touchdown. Other Warriors Marquis Washington and John Reynoso each scored touchdown runs of 7 yards.
“Our offense and defense both played outstanding with the shutout.” “Teammates Caleb Collins played with incredible energy and Anthony Thomas’ leadership was outstanding as they were the driving force on d line ” said Head Fallbrook Football Coach Troy Everhart. “Both Marquise and Marcus Washington were outstanding and have contributed both ways to our club.”
With the win the very improved Warriors of Fallbrook have won their first CIF playoff win since 2015 as they defeated the Lancers of Hilltop at Warriors Stadium by a 46-6 score as they fell in the semi finals to Mission Bay 62-35 and will travel to Blythe, CA as they take on the Yellowjackets of Palo Valley Verde on the road in a CIF Semi Final Division 5 Football