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Oceanside Pirates Lose in Division I Title Game

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Oceanside Logo 160×160The unbeaten Northern California champions,Folsom did it again Friday, hanging 68 points on Oceanside in a 68-7 blowout of the Pirates in the Division I CIF state football championship before 5,311 at the StubHub Center.

Oceanside, the San Diego Section Open Division champion representing Southern California, had given up 50-plus points three times in the past — 50 to Gardena Serra in 2013, 51 to Fallbrook in 2003 and 58 to crosstown rival El Camino in 1999. The most points ever surrendered by Oceanside is 63 in a loss to El Camino in 1991.


The 14-0 Pirates won the Avocado League West and earned the San Diego Section Open Division title. They beat Carlsbad, Mission Hills (San Marcos) and Helix (La Mesa) in the playoffs, before 37-22 win over Edison (Fresno) in the regional final. Oceanside  led 16-0 in the first quarter and was up 30-6 at halftime.

The Oceanside defensive unit is solid, and with running back Josh Bernard who averages more than 100 yards per game.  Matthew Romero quarterback, manages the game with Jordan Miller, his ranked recruit at cornerback.  Oceanside won the 2009 Division I title over Bellarmine Prep (San Jose) and again in 2007 Division II title over Novato.


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