January 9, 1997
SECOND TEAM *--* Pos Name School Yr Ht Wt Offense B Scott McEwan Thousand Oaks Sr. 6-3 195 B Teohua Sanchez St. Bonaventure Sr. 6-0 177 B Jon Weems Westlake Sr. 5-8 160 B Farhaad Azimi Rio Mesa Sr. 6-1 205 L Joe Byrum St. Bonaventure Sr. 6-3 202 L Jeff Festerling Camarillo Jr. 6-2 265 L Chris Brown Westlake Sr. 5-11 205 L Greg Smith Thousand Oaks Sr. 6-0 220 L Jaredd Galloway Oxnard Jr. 6-0 220 R Scott Swaving Westlake Sr. 6-6 215 R Ross Randolph Oxnard Sr. 6-3 196 K Ryan Geisler Camarillo Sr.
October 12, 1996 |
Camarillo 41, Agoura 35--Trailing 35-7, the Scorpions scored five touchdowns in little more than 16 minutes to post one of the biggest come-from-behind victories of the season. Mike Davis' 26-yard interception return with nine seconds left capped the comeback as Camarillo took a six-point lead. Agoura had one last play, but quarterback Ryan McCann was sacked. McCann completed 21 of 28 passes for 255 yards and three touchdowns, but his only intercepted pass proved costly.
October 5, 1996 |
Quarterback Joe Borchard's 30-yard touchdown run and placekicker Ryan Geisler's 22-yard field goal, both in the fourth quarter, sparked Camarillo to a 27-20 victory over Newbury Park in a Marmonte League opener at Camarillo High on Friday. Borchard's score came on a sneak with 9 minutes 4 seconds left, giving Camarillo a 24-20 lead. Geisler's second field goal of the game with 2:16 left capped the scoring.
November 2, 1996 |
Joe Borchard passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more as Camarillo High routed Royal, 52-7, in a Marmonte League game Friday night at Camarillo. Borchard, who completed 14 of 22 passes for 177 yards with an interception, hit Justin Howe with 20-yard scoring pass on the Scorpions' first possession, capping a 70-yard, seven-play drive. Howe had four receptions for 61 yards.
October 11, 1998 |
The Cal Lutheran defense keeps getting stingier. Following a season-long pattern, the Kingsmen allowed fewer points than in their previous game, defeating Chapman, 10-6, in a nonconference game Saturday at Mt. Clef Stadium. At this rate, a shutout could be next. "Our defense really played well today," defensive back Justin Hansen said. "Everybody wants to make a big play, and sometimes they come."
September 20, 1998 |
For the third game in a row, the Cal Lutheran defense played well enough to win, but the Kingsmen fell to Whittier, 16-13, Saturday night in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener because the offense sputtered. Cal Lutheran (1-2) led, 13-9, until Steve Luce connected with Otis Carmichael on a 44-yard touchdown pass play with 9 minutes 38 seconds to play.