It was dominating effort by the defense, causing numerous three-and-outs and picking off five passes.
But a dubious start made it appear like it may not be there day.
On the first play of the game, Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw receiver/cornerback Clint Floyd ran a crossing route and took it 80 yards for a touchdown.
The next series out, Santa Monica (Calif.) quarterback Ryan Katz threw his first pick of the weekend, Anaheim (Calif.) Canyon cornerback Brenan Ghassemieh stepping in front of a pass for his first interception of the camp.
Anthony Young of Ontario (Calif.) Colony stopped another offensive drive, going up high to pick off a 10-yard fade.
The play of the game came later, courtesy of UCLA-bound E.J. Woods from Encino (Calif.) Crespi and Victorville (Calif.) Silverado linebacker Dominic Bonetpels. Woods tipped a pass intended for his Crespi teammate Kevin Cummings and Bonetpels grabbed it out of the air. With no clear path to the end zone, Bonetpels pitched it back to Woods who scored on the play.
With one last chance to score, the offense drove into the red zone, but the defense turned them away to hold on for the 2-point win.
San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch quarterback Tate Forcier, one of the elite prospects in the class of 2009, was named the A-Game MVP.
Floyd was named the Camp Offensive MVP and Jonathan Warzeka from Lake Elsinore (Calif.) Temescal Canyon named the Camp Defensive MVP.
Anthony Dye, the #9-ranked cornerback nationally from Corona (Calif.) Santiago, split time at the camp and also played receiver, looking very good there, and was named Most Versatile Player.
The most improved award went to defensive back Ruben "Bingo" Thomas from Pasadena (Calif.) Muir.