Brea wildcat doll drawing

We are selling $5.00 donation drawing tickets at tonight’s varsity game at Fred Kelly Stadium and next week at the Nov. 7th home game vs. El Dorado.

Your $5.00 donation enters you into a drawing to win one of these two delightful handmade Wildcat dolls- made from old Wildcat football uniforms. With a $10.00 donation you will be entered 3 times. The drawing will be held during the 4th quarter of the Nov. 7th game. You do NOT need to be present to win.

Tickets will be available tonight. See Brenda Severson during game. She’ll be taking donations and will showcase the dolls to everyone. Dolls were donated by Brenda’s mom.

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Brea freshmen vs. Esperanza

Photos compliments of Michele Godges.

Brea freshmen vs. Foothill

Photos compliments of Michele Godges.


Hanley, Brea outruns El Modena

FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

BREA – Billy Hanley will remember his homecoming game at Brea Olinda for quite some time.

The senior running back had 160 yards on just 12 carries and scored three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to a 34-16 victory over El Modena in a North Hills League opener Friday night at Brea.

Hanley scored on runs of 5, 43 and 54 yards, scoring on Brea’s first drive of each half.

“We played a complete game tonight and our offense is becoming more balanced,” Hanley said. “We knew we had to shut down their offense and did a pretty good job of that.”

Michael Martinson had 96 yards rushing in the first quarter and finished with 128 on 14 carries for Brea (4-4 overall, 1-0 in league), which next plays at Canyon on Thursday night with first place at stake.

Brea’s Nick Drury had two TD passes – a 10-yarder to Zach Arnold and an 85-yarder to Noah Rivera.

El Modena (2-6, 0-1) dropped its fifth game in a row, but saw sophomore quarterback Garrett Gramm connect with Jacob Gonzalez on a 62-yard touchdown pass in the first half and a 12-yard scoring pass to Patrick Marzolino on the game’s final play.

Gramm finished 9 of 20 for 106 yards and the two scores, but was intercepted by Brea’s Nick McCann.

Kenneth Lamb led the Vanguards with 73 yards on 21 carries.

Patrick Marzolino had an interception for El Modena.

Photo Gallery

Photos compliments of Kelsey Crowder.

Brea vs. Canyon Oct. 30th-31st

 2013 Brea vs.Canyon football game

Freshmen Schedule

Who: Canyon Comanches
When: Thursday, October 30th,  2014, 3:15pm
Where:  Canyon High School,  220 S Imperial Hwy, Anaheim, CA 92807

JV Schedule

Who:  Canyon Comanches
When:  Friday, October 31st, 2014, 3:15pm
Where:  Brea High School, 789 Wildcat way Brea, CA. 92821

Varsity Schedule-Homecoming

Who:  Canyon Comanches
When: Thursday, October 30th, 2014, 7:00pm
Where:  Fred Kelly Stadium, 3920 E Spring St., Orange, CA 92869

Fred Kelly Stadium Map

Canyon High School Map

NCAA College Recruiting Workshop-Saturday, October 25th,2014 – U.C. Irvine location

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Since 2001, College Sports Quest has educated thousands of Orange County & Southern Californian families about college sports.  Our passion is sports and helping young people… If you are serious about playing in college, College Sports Quest will help you get there!

Foothill outlasts Brea

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Photos compliments of Brenda Severson.

FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

Foothill 37, Brea 21.

2014 Mother/Son Football Banquet

Click HERE for downloadable PDF flyer.


2014 mother son banquetClick HERE for downloadable PDF flyer.

2014 Mother Son Banquet RSVP & payment form

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Brea JV vs. Yorba Linda

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Photos compliments of Brendan Brea.
Brea victory 15-6!! Ya baby!

Villa Park unstoppable

FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

ORANGE – Early in the first half, Villa Park had trouble getting out of its own way Thursday night.

The Spartans had a pair of touchdowns called back due to penalties and kept a Brea Olinda scoring drive alive with an offside call. However, the struggle didn’t last long for the 17th-ranked Spartans.

“I was a little discouraged by the penalties,” Villa Park coach Dusan Ancich said. “We were coming off of a great game with very few penalties and to start like that with two touchdowns getting called back … I’m just proud that our team didn’t fall too deep into the tank with frustration.”

The Spartans responded by scoring on six of their final seven possessions en route to a 43-7 Century League victory over Brea Olinda at El Modena High on Thursday night.

“We’re growing as a team,” Ancich said. “We’ve matured big steps the past two weeks.”

After losing to Foothill in the league opener Oct. 4, the Spartans (5-2, 2-1) defeated El Dorado last week.

The Spartans’ Dylan Osborne completed 14 of 17 passes for 265 yards with one touchdown. He also rushed for 66 yards and another score.

“We wanted to push the pace and let him (Osborne) get out of the pocket,” Ancich said. “His grasp of the opponent has been really good so he’s been able to find holes and communicate with the receivers.”

The Wildcats (2-6, 1-3) took a 7-6 lead in the second quarter on an 8-yard screen pass from Richie Main to Billy Hanley. Villa Park’s Jason Sanders closed the first half with a 51-yard field goal.

Ian Pogue had three rushing touchdowns and Michael Vega had a 48-yard touchdown run. Vega led the Spartans with 104 yards rushing.

Brea Olinda surges past Yorba Linda


FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

YORBA LINDA – After being shut down in the first half, Brea Olinda regrouped and stormed back in the second half to earn a 24-20 nonleague victory over Yorba Linda on Thursday at Yorba Linda High.

Wildcats running backs Billy Hanley and Michael Martinson combined to rush for 226 yards and three touchdowns to lead the second-half charge for Brea Olinda (3-3).

“We made some changes at halftime, but we stayed to our game plan,” said Hanley, who also had an interception and a fumble recovery. “This win shows our character.”

“The kids settled down in the second half and we started to execute and away we went,” said Brea Olinda coach Robb Perrance, whose team netted 57 yards in the first half.

The Wildcats defense forced four turnovers.

Brea Olinda struck quickly in the third quarter.

Martinson raced 79 yards for a touchdown in the opening minute of the half to tie the score at 7-7. Two plays following a Yorba Linda punt, Hanley broke free and outran the Mustangs secondary for a career-long 90-yard touchdown, propelling the Wildcats to a 14-7 lead.

After Brea Olinda increased its lead to 17-7, Mustangs quarterbackJake Gigliotti scored on a 31-yard run to trim the deficit to 17-14 with 1:49 left in the third quarter.

Hanley added a 3-yard scoring run early in the forth quarter to give the Wildcats a 24-14 edge. Gigliotti scored his third touchdown of the game with just over two minutes to play, but Yorba Linda (3-3) couldn’t get the ball back.

Gigiliotti led the Mustangs with 188 yards rushing and he scored three touchdowns. The senior gave Yorba Linda a 7-0 lead with a 2-yard run midway through the second quarter.

Photo Gallery

Photos compliments of Marissa Arnold.

JV vs. Esperanza

Photo Gallery

Photos compliments of Brendan Brea.