“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.”