Los Altos Head Coach: Greg Gano
Birmingham Head Coach: Steve Bogan
two teams and excellent coaching staffs, played each other last year with South
Hills winning 32-13. South Hills,
Senior RB Marquis Winbush ran for 165 yards on 23 carries and Adrian Puente and
Carlos Monico recorded 12 and 10 tackles respectively. But these players have graduated
now. On the other hand two of
The 2005 South Hills team was a monster, however since most of it playmakers were seniors, the Huskies will be asking their new group to step up this year. Lost to graduation were a very good QB Kevin Mort, #1 Rusher & #1 Receiver RB Marquis Winbush, #2 & #3 Receivers Mike Maldonado, Eric Haveman, TE Brian Stover and defenders #1 in tackles DB Rick Cortez, #2 in tackles and #2 in sacks Adrian Puente (also 2 picks), #3 in tackles DB Fred Glaster and #1 in Sacks DE Tobi Umodu. This was an opportunistic defense with 15 Picks and 12 Fumble Recoveries.
South Hills brings back a very good Line with experience in 6'3" 285 Senior Travis Ortega, 6'3" 285 Senior Hector Martinez, 6'1" 270 Senior Cesar Abad, 6'3" 260 Junior Kebin Umodu and 5'11" 260 Junior John Earnest. DE David Stover returns to disrupt opposing backfield with his 8 sacks and 62 tackles last year. The Huskies, however will need to find the next QB out of 4 on the roster, two with minimal experience from last year, 6'0" 180 Junior Brandon Parham, 6'1" 185 Senior Nick Lamaison, but they also have 6'2" 198 Junior Ronnie Fernandez and 6'2" 165 sophomore Cameron Deen on the roster. We will see who their next decision maker is going to be. While the receivers graduated also 6'1" 190 John Salazar returns with a 15 yard average on 7 catches in 2005. 5'11" 195 DB Nic Curry hopes to get a couple more 98 yard interception returns this year.
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