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Football: Alemany offense looks in midseason form

August 17, 2012 |  9:48 pm

Alemany was pretty much unstoppable during summer seven-on-seven passing tournaments. The Warriors put on their pads Friday for a scrimmage against Thousand Oaks, and not much was different.

Quarterback Devon Dunn was picking and choosing, and the Warriors were scoring. USC-bound Steven Mitchell dominated when the Warriors decided to go to him. Desean Holmes caught a TD pass. DeShone Randall showed potential at running back. Dunn was 11 of 12 passing and threw four touchdowns in the 24 plays the first-string offense ran.

Thousand Oaks also displayed lots of talent on offense. In particular, junior receiver Nick Julier caught five passes early on and looks to be in the mold of former Lancer standouts Dave Anderson and Richard Mullaney. The Lancers are very strong in the special teams department, led by punter Colby Wadman.

Alemany had some special teams breakdowns and was missing a couple of defensive players. Both teams will be heard from this fall.

-- Eric Sondheimer

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