look at the common opponent in Friday's Southern Division semifinal matching
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Kanuse has thrown for 1,200 yards, 13 TD, and has rushed for another 7 TD and 300 yards. He has three excellent receivers in Ryan Saumur, Josh Davidson, and Anthony Jackson, who is a triple-threat at returning punts and kicks.
Cypress supplements its running game with Jacob Rivera, has has 9 TD, and had a big second round game last week as the Centurions defeated Corona del Mar 24-21.
"Kanuse is very good in the option and can run," said Katella coach Dominic Unger. "They will try to run the power "I" right at you and will go toe-to-toe with the offensive line. They do a good job with the athletes they have and have proven they can come back."
The Colonists have two play makers with big credentials in all-leaguer's George Perdickez and Victor Torres and a QB with the stats that match those of Kanuse. Junior QB Vince Gomez has thrown for 1,300 yards and 12 TD.
"We've been very balanced with a 50/50 ratio of run and pass,'' said Colonists' coach Lanny Booher, who called his defensive end Anthony Walton, "a real terror." Another all-league performer, linebacker Chris Camacho can defend the pass and run. Perdickez also has five interceptions at strong safety.
a simple deduction.