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“We tried. We moved the ball a lit­tle bit,” San Pasqual coach Sal Pineda said. “They started see­ing where our weak­nesses were, and they took ad­van­tage of it.”

San Pasqual (0-8 over­all) took some hits through the sea­son with a young team, but Pineda tried to find some of the bright spots.

One of the pos­i­tives to take from it was the com­bined 96 points that the

team put up in the two games lead­ing into the fi­nale, largely helped by a sur­prise from fresh­man re­ceiver Jalen Bo­han­non.

“We had some bright spots as far as they play­ers who are go­ing to be com­ing back next year,” Pineda said. “Jalen Bo­han­non had six touch­downs in a cou­ple of weeks with 500 yards re­ceiv­ing. He’s a fresh­man. We have an­other four or five fresh­men that we’re groom­ing. They just aren’t at that level to play against se­niors.”

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