Hauling it In
Edward Williams of the Katella Knights (Anaheim, CA) makes a grab late in a high school game against Marina Vikings. Katella escaped a late drive by Marina to win, 33-28.
This Marina Viking reciver couldn't quite make the catch in the end zone on the last drive of the game. Two plays later, time expired and the Vikings lost the game.
Katella defense back Daniel Sifuentes holds on for dear life to Marina Vikings wide receiver Eric Church, then gets some help as the Knights held off the Vikings 33-28.
Two Katella Knights players were perfectly poised to recover this fumble by the Marina Vikings in the Knights 33-28 victory.
Katella Knights defense back Seth Randall jumps in front of the Marina receiver to pick off a pass and run it back for a touchdown. Although the touchdown was called back because of penalty, the interception stood and the Knights won the game, 33-28.
Now That's What You Call a Hole
Katella Knights Kick returner Seth Randall has a huge space to run thanks to effective blocking on this kickoff return during the Knights victory over the Marina Vikings.
Brea Olinda vs Canyon - The Hit
Brea Olinda running back Michael Martionson collides hard with Canyon HS defender Marcus Gracy on the way to the goal line. While Martinson walked away, Gracy stayed on the field and was attended by medical staff. After five minutes, he left under his own power.
Brea Olinda vs Canyon - The Stiff Arm
Noah Rivera, running back for Brea Olinda, stiff arms a defender during a kickoff return. Though Rivera got the better of this confrontation, Canyon won the game.
From the Pocket
Riley Flenniken of Katella HS Knights (Anaheim, CA) delivers a pass during his team's 33-28 victory over the Marina Vikings (Huntington Beach).
Rounding the Cornder
Brea Olinda running back Noah Rivera breaks the tackle of a Canyon High defender. But it was too little, too late as Canyon came away with the victory.
Brea Olinda defender Luke Meyer tries valiantly, but in vain, to keep Canyon High's Bryce Bowen from reaching the end zone.
Dropped for a Loss
A Brea Olinda defender pulls down RB Jacob Mohamed in the backfield.
Brea Olinda's Noah Rivera saves his team by recovering a fumble near the goal line. Several plays later, his team scored a touchdown.
Really, that Play?
Dylan Flenniken, QB for Brea Olinda, looks incredulously toward the sideline for a play from his coach.
Dylan Flenniken, QB for Brea Olinda, has help from his lineman as he tries to avoid a sack in a game against Canyon HS.
Wide receiver Luke Meyer avoids a would-be tackler on his way to a big gain.
Katella Knights defense back Seth Randall jumped in front of the Marina receiver to pick off a pass and run it back for a touchdown. Although the touchdown was called back because of penalty, the interception stood and the Knights won the game, 33-28.
Look What We Found
Marina Vikings (Huntington Beach, CA) defenders surround Donnovan Arrington of Katella Knights and force a fumble. Arrington got the last laugh, however, as his team won 33-28.
Marina's wide receiver, on the ground, and Katella's defense back, Marcus Viramontes, wait for the pass to arrive. Viramontes intercepted it in the Katella Knights tight victory.
Through the Line
Off to the Races
Seth Randall of Katella dashes for the end zone on a kickoff return en route to a 33-28 victory.
Making the Cut
Katella Knights tight end Sam Rosario congratualates running back Miles Poland on scoring the go-ahead, and game deciding, touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Hey, wait a minute!
Marina's wide receiver, on the ground, looks on helplessly as Katella's defense back, Marcus Viramontes, intercepts a pass intended for him in Katella's tight victory.
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