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The final game of the season for the Cal Strength squad did not disappoint. The Cal Strength squad once again dominated in all three phases of the game by finishing up the season with a 7-0 win.
The defense was the story of this game and the season for this team, as the unit once again dominated with three sacks and two interceptions. The first interception was made by Dylan Seeley, who was the MVP of the state title game last year. The second came by the tackling machine out of Monte Vista, Josh Zeising. Brady Nassar had two sacks on the day, and that defensive unit put up another shut out.
The offense struggled against a good defensive unit in the Giants, but the offense did enough today to scrape seven points together after putting up a 40 spot just a week ago.
The first half ended at 0-0, but like Cal Strength always does, it came out in the second half and continued the dominance. The defense shut down the Giants all day long, and the lone score came from the 11-yard run from Jack Quigley. Quigley totaled 67 yards and a score as he was one of the top offensive players on the day. The receiver depth still showed on the day as 5 different players caught a pass Saturday morning. Aden Jackson led the way with 25 yards on 4 catches.
This being the playoff game for Cal Strength gave it a 5-1 record to end the season, with its only loss coming in overtime to OC Elite. This Cal Strength team proved itself to be one of the best teams in the Champions League and also came away with the best record of teams from Northern California.
Passing: Jack Quigley – 48 yards. Dylan Devitt – 33 yards.
Rushing: Gavin Cribb – 5 carries, 18 yards. Jack Quigley – 2 carries, 19 yards.
Receiving: Aden Jackson – 4 catches, 25 yards. Matthew Quesada- 2 catches, 23 yards. Cole Boscia – 1 catch, 14 yards. Gavin Cribb – 1 catch, 5 yards
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