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San Diego Prep football team-by-team season previews

Discussion in 'American Football' started by SDRay, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. SDRay

    SDRay RIP SD Chargers..F the LA Chargers, Go Irish Staff Member Administrator Podcaster

    Jun 20, 2005
    Friday night lights is upon us. My 2 teams are Olympian since my kid goes there and my alma mater Morse High.


    eam-by-team prep football season previews. Find your school and click on the league:

    Avocado League: Carlsbad, El Camino, La Costa Canyon, Mission Hills, Oceanside, San Marcos, Torrey Pines

    Central League: Clairemont, Coronado, Crawford, Hoover, Serra

    Citrus League: Borrego Springs, Horizon Prep, Ocean View Christian, The Rock, St. Joseph, Victory Christian, Warner

    City League: Kearny, Mission Bay, Patrick Henry, San Diego, Scripps Ranch

    Coastal League: Bishop’s, Classical, La Jolla Country Day, Orange Glen, Santa Fe Christian

    Eastern League: Christian, La Jolla, Mira Mesa, Morse, University City

    Grossmont Hills League: El Capitan, Granite Hills, Grossmont, Helix, Steele Canyon, Valhalla

    Grossmont Valley League: El Cajon Valley, Monte Vista, Mount Miguel, Santana, West Hills

    Imperial Valley League: Brawley, Calexico, Central, Imperial, Palo Verde, El Centro Southwest

    Manzanita League: Calipatria, Holtville, Mountain Empire, Vincent Memorial

    Metro Mesa League: Bonita Vista, Eastlake, Mater Dei Catholic, Olympian, Otay Ranch

    Metro Pacific League: Castle Park, Montgomery, San Ysidro, San Diego Southwest

    Metro South Bay League: Chula Vista, Hilltop, Mar Vista, Sweetwater

    Ocean League: Calvary Christian, Calvin Christian, Foothills Christian, Julian, San Diego Jewish, West Shores

    Pacific League: Army-Navy, Escondido Charter, Francis Parker, Maranatha Christian, Tri-City Christian

    Palomar League: Del Norte, Mt. Carmel, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Vista, Westview

    Valley League: Escondido, Fallbrook, Ramona, Rancho Buena Vista, San Pasqual, Valley Center

    Western League: Cathedral Catholic, Lincoln, Madison, Point Loma, St. Augustine


    Week 1
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2018
  2. Nomad

    Nomad Very Senior Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    I see my alma mater, Mission Bay, is doing as good as when I went there ( they were 0-10 last year ) :) Go Buccaneers.
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  3. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl BoltTalker

    Feb 1, 2015
    Madison sucked when I went there. My mom says my school is good at football now. I just can't get into cheering on strangers' kids toward brain damage.
  4. wrbanwal

    wrbanwal Well-Known Member

    Dec 27, 2005
    damn, look no further than the size of this kids to see why injuries are common
  5. Gill Man

    Gill Man Inaugural San Diego Charger Fan Since 1962 FUDEAN Staff Member Moderator

    Sep 1, 2017
    No kidding......back in 1982 when the original Washington Redskin "Hogs" (not including the later added Joe Jacoby) were considered a huge OL the avg. weight of the O linemen was 273lbs. That right there tells you something has gone horribly wrong since in football. Win at all costs.:
    "The Hogs" was a term coined by offensive line coach Joe Bugel during training camp in 1982, when he told Russ Grimm and Jeff Bostic, "Okay, you hogs, let's get running down there."[1]

    Center Jeff Bostic, left guard Russ Grimm, right guard Mark May, left tackle Joe Jacoby, right tackle George Starke, guard Fred Dean, along with tight ends Don Warren and Rick Walker comprised the original Hogs. While Starke retired in 1984 shortly after the team won their third NFL Championship and first Super Bowl in Super Bowl XVII, Bostic, Grimm, Jacoby, and Warren stayed together until the early 1990s and were on all three Redskins Super Bowl winners under Gibbs.

    The line averaged 273 pounds in 1982 [2] — not including Jacoby, who joined the team later weighing in at around 300 pounds.
  6. Fender57

    Fender57 BoltTalker

    Sep 7, 2008
    Montgomery High has a huge line too:

    Don’t feel sorry for the Aztecs, though, as 10 freshmen made the team a year ago and a monster line returns led by Nunez (6-4, 255), Lemus (6-4, 330), Meredith (6-4, 325) and Guerra (6-1, 250).

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