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Corona del Mar offense stays hot against Irvine
IRVINE – Corona del Mar's offense has been putting up lots of points of late, and the Sea Kings scored a bunch more Thursday night in a 41-0 Pacific Coast League victory over Irvine at Irvine High.
The Sea Kings (6-2, 3-0) have scored, 37, 40, 51 and 41 points in four consecutive victories.
Cayman Carter led the way, passing for 155 yards and two touchdowns and rushing for 108 yards and one touchdown. Kai Wilson added 104 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including an 83-yard score in the third quarter.
"We have some weapons with Cayman and Cole Martin and Kai in the backfield," Corona del Mar coach Scott Meyer said. "Cayman really knows this offense, and he is running it really well for us."
Corona del Mar's defense, led by Alex Moore and Tim Reinhardt, earned an equal share of the spotlight Thursday night. The Sea Kings shut out Irvine (4-4, 1-2) for the second consecutive season. Corona del Mar defeated Irvine, 35-0, a year ago.
"Our guys have played really well all year long on that side of the ball and tonight they were dominant," said Meyer of his defense, which allowed Irvine just 103 yards of offense. "We don't have one superstar on defense. It is 11 guys out there doing their job and flying to the ball."
Corona del Mar led 14-0 at the end of the first quarter, 24-0 at halftime and 38-0 after three quarters.
"It was the most complete game we've played," Meyer said. "Our special teams were also money tonight."