2012, Week 6: Undefeateds Down to 4 Teams

Army-Navy, Grossmont, Olympian, and Otay Ranch continue to win, each improving to a 6-0 won-loss record.  Calexico, Patrick Henry, Hoover, and West Hills all were beaten after winning their first five games.

Army-Navy scored a 1-0, forfeit win over Calvin Christian.  Grossmont defeated Granite Hills, 48-6.  Olympian beat El Capitan 41-6, and Otay Ranch topped Bonita Vista 40-10.

Week 7 will mark  showdowns in the second week of league play.

Otay Ranch visits Olympian in the Metro Mesa League.  Grossmont visits tough Steele Canyon in the Grossmont Hills and Army-Navy is host to Maranatha Christian, which returned to 11-man football this season, in the Pacific League.


As in Week 5, Oceanside is No. 1 in the North County Times Top 10 through Week 6, followed in the same order by La Costa Canyon, Helix,  Cathedral  Catholic, Mission Hills, Poway, Olympian, St. Augustine, Otay Ranch, and Grossmont.


La Jolla Country Day’s 27-6 win over Francis Parker was its first over the Patriots since 1993.  The Torres snapped a streak of 10 straight defeats to Parker, which holds a 20-8 edge since the series began in 1971.


Chula Vista’s 49-21 loss to Eastlake embodied frustration.

The Spartans took the third quarter kickoff trailing, 34-21, and held the ball for 18 consecutive plays before settling for a field goal attempt, which was blocked and returned 88 yards by Keifer Graham for a Titans touchdown.


Helix’ 5-foot, 9-inch, 260-pound defensive tackle Amu Milo was everywhere in the Scots’ win over Valhalla,  even passing on the halftime team meeting to be crowned Homecoming King…Orange Glen celebrated the school’s 50th anniversary with a 24-20 victory over San Marcos…Rancho Buena Vista is 3-3 after 17 consecutive losses since 2010 and the 36-0 rout of Vista was the Broncos’ first win over the Panthers since 2006…Oceanside’s cheerleaders were worn out after the 54-3 victory over Carlsbad, having  dropped to the track at Simcox Field and doing pushups until matching the number of  points posted by the Pirates….


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