(6-4) captured its 5th straight Orange League title, while
will not hesitate to go up top with QB Matt Kanuse aiming at a number of gifted
receivers, while Western will run and then run some more.
teams feature 2-way starters. Kanuse only plays QB. Bodiford plays QB/DB,
Bodiford is good for 2 TD in every big game and put that with the recent
emergence of Lark, gives the Pioneers a 14-point, home-field advantage.
seeing limited early season action at RB, Lark has rushed for 300 yards and 5 TD
in the past two games and is a key player for a Pioneer victory.
keeps getting better for us every week and we're very excited about his
progress,'' said Western coach Toby Howell. "We hope he keeps it up in the
second option is usually a hand off to Carr, who has run for nearly 500 yards
and 5 TD in just eight games. Bodiford, considered one of the top-10 athletes in
OC, has thrown and run for 16 TD and 1150 yards.
also uses starting safety Derek Orman at QB, enough that he has thrown for 300
yards, 3 TD.
also has Josh Davidson to shoot for, whose caught 17 passes, 237 yards, 3 TD,
and sure-handed Ryan Saumur with 17 for 190 yards.
Davidson, and Rivera also are active defenders at dual purpose LB/DB. Justin
Connally and Marcos Maldonado are both in on most tackles.
has faced an overall higher level of competition than
starting the season at 6-0,