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Football: All hail the teams from Northern California

Yes, the weather stunk this weekend at the Home Depot Center. And yes, the Southern California teams looked like they had never seen rain before.

But the Northern California teams were all well-coached, well-prepared and simply better. I'm watching De La Salle dismantle Pac-5 champion Servite (it's 35-0 in the second quarter), and the Spartans are looking like the De La Salle of 151-game win streak fame.

Ex-Taft Coach Troy Starr texted me, "Shocking... Titanic is on. I am going to change the channel."

There's going to be a lot of second-guessing on Sunday, but the bottom line is all hail Northern California for coming to Southern California and kicking butt.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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phenoms

That's what happens when the CIF SS top teams dodged the CIF city Section top teams! Dodged crenshaw! Now dodging Narbonne! Let's go Mater dei, sm-eagles, tesoro, los Al, diablos play Narbonne in 2011 and 2012 make a statementthat you want to go to a state bowl! Narbonne Playez rule! Phenoms!

When it rains it POURS

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
Servite got a first down.
Wait a minute they just got another first down, oooh wait they got another first down and they almost scored. On this drive alone Serivite has more yards that they had the whole entire first half.
Could it be that the greatest comeback in cif history is about to happen???
Ummmm NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!

Wow

Let's how much crap you southern section elitist give Servite, as compared to Crenshaw last year. I wonder ?


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