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Fullerton motors past California
FULLERTON – Even while trusty quarterback Scott Lloyd is flourishing as the superior force of the Fullerton offense, the Indians are proving to be much more than simply a one-dimensional march.
A wide variety of play schemes guided Lloyd toward his 216 passing yards and additional 86 rushing during Friday night's smooth 53-14 home win over California, extending Fullerton's unbeaten record in nonleague play to 4-0.
The Indians never ran more than three consecutive times in the first half and produced 92 yards on 10 carries to build toward a 32-7 lead against the Condors (1-2).
Lloyd completed all seven of his throws to four receivers for 188 yards, perfectly executing the creative game plan designed by first-year co-coach Gus Martinez.
“The playbook that Coach Martinez uses is like a menu, you can pick and choose what you want to do from so many options,” said Lloyd, who has thrown for 10 touchdowns and rushed for five this season.
Lloyd's group of cohorts was led by James Hubbard. His two touchdown receptions included the game's first score, a 34-yard catch that was extended 40 yards when Hubbard motored into the end zone.
Lloyd's third scoring throw came in the second half and went to standout linebacker Matt Hall, who had three sacks by that point. John Hopper had one of the Indians' two defensive touchdowns on a fumble return.