The county’s high school football scene was filled with excitement and drama Friday night as teams played their Week 5 games.
There were plenty of stars on the field, and you can read all about them at ocvarsity.com.
In this slideshow, we hav... Full story
LAGUNA HILLS – Logan Montgomery already had scored touchdowns this season via a running play, a pass reception, a kickoff return and an interception for Laguna Hills.
Add a fumble recovery to Montgomery’s scoring smorgasbord. Technical... Full story
MISSION VIEJO – Rafael Ramos had seen the play before, just days ago in film study: trips left, with his receiver running a quick out route toward the sideline.
With Cypress driving deep into Capistrano Valley territory early in the third qu... Full story
This is the place to find all of OCVarsity's game stories, scores, leaders, video and more from the high school football games on Friday night:
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COSTA MESA – The play was as telling as it was, in the grand scheme of things, meaningless. Early in the second quarter, Corona del Mar having already established a 35-point lead over Trabuco Hills, quarterback Chase Garbers was flushed out of ... Full story
LAKE FOREST – Mission Viejo quarterback Matt McDonald and wide receiver Austin Osborne didn’t want people to forget just how dangerous a combination they can be when they’re in sync.
Feeling as if the Diablos’ aerial attack h... Full story
LAGUNA HILLS – Dominik Sanchez didn’t have a carry until the fourth quarter, but made up for it in a hurry, helping the Garden Grove offense come to life at the perfect time.
Sanchez opened the fourth quarter with a 48-yard run that even... Full story
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO – The teams came in averaging a combined 84 points a game and were already two of the top seven scoring teams in Orange County.
So was anybody really shocked when St. Margaret’s outlasted Whittier Christian, 70-49, in... Full story
ORANGE – Andrew Carvajal left. A.J. Esperanza middle. Dillon Keefe right.
Lather. Rinse. Repeat.
After playing a wonky first half Friday night, El Modena returned from the locker room and leaned on its short-yardage offense to wear down the o... Full story
TEMECULA – While Great Oak of Temecula made big first-half plays to seemingly win the game, San Juan Hills made its share of big plays when it mattered most.
The result was a 24-21 overtime win for the visiting Stallions on Friday night in the... Full story