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What a game this one was, as another defensive heavy game in SoCal came about. WCA, led by Seven McGee, came out excited and put up big plays on its way to a 14-7 championship game win to complete its undefeated season.
The game started with a struggle both ways as once again the defenses dominated, but McGee was bound to strike soon enough, and that he did, taking it yards to the house with some hard running and nifty moves. The Oregon Signee came up big like he does every game and that was not the last we would hear from McGee.
The game stalled for a while with OC Elite struggling to get anything going and WCA making mistakes. The defenses shined with a few interceptions on both sides. Jeremy Naborne got an interception in the first half as OC Elite got one interception to end the first half on a tipped ball. OC Elite took another interception in the second half that was returned for a touchdown but called back by penalty.
It was still just the one score through three quarters until McGee struck again. He was weaving through defenders jump cutting and blowing by people and had one man to beat and had him beat at the 5 until the turf monster came up and got him. McGee did his job, though, and he handed the baton to his running mate, Terayon Sweet, so he could take it in for a 3-yard touchdown.
OC Elite had one last run in it as they drove down the field with a couple big plays and scored a tipped ball touchdown that was reminiscent of Super Bowl 49 when the ball fell in Jermaine Kearse’s hands. It felt like there could be some late game magic after that touchdown, but WCA was just too good as the running attack once again took over as Sweet ended the game with a 45-yard rush down the left sideline, ending OC Elite’s comeback effort and giving WCA the championship.
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