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Torrey Pines uses two fourth scores to defeat Oceanside

On October 15th, 2016 at 7:39 am EST

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By Dave Willauer | Contributing Writer

Oceanside, CA — The Torrey Pines Falcons defeated the Oceanside Pirates, 32-28, at Simcox Field in Oceanside, Calif.

It was Torrey Pines’ first road game of the season. In addition, it was their hardest contest of the season, as they improved to 5-2 on the season. Oceanside dropped to 5-2, as well.

“First of all, we have respect for Oceanside’s players and coaches,” head coach Ron Gladnick said. “We look forward to this game every year, cause you will get the best of high school football. I feel like that happened (Friday) night, but we made more plays then they did. That’s what it came down to.”

Torrey Pines High School

Torrey Pines High School

Sully O’Brien scored on a game-winning touchdown from six-yards out to make it 32-28. Their two-point conversion failed.

They also had a 28-yard field goal by Nino Alworth to make it 28-26 in the fourth.

Max Shuffer had two of the three Oceanside touchdowns in the third. He threw a 76-yard touchdown to Kyle Beacher. Joshua Garcia also had a 29-yard touchdown reception.

O’Brien had the lone Torrey Pines score, while Josh Bernard also had the other Oceanside score, which was a three-yard rushing touchdown.

Nick Naslund had two touchdowns in the second. On Naslund’s first touchdown, the extra point failed.

Alworth also kicked a 32-yard field goal.

Oceanside got on the board when Shuffer hit Beacher for a 31-yard touchdown.

 

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