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JV Awards Celebration

Wednesday, January 07, 2015 from 06:30 PM – 08:30 PM
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Brea Olinda, Hanley defeat Ocean View

FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

BREA – Brea Olinda erupted for 27 points in the second quarter as it trounced Ocean View, 34-0, in a CIF-SS Southern Division first-round playoff game Friday night at Brea Olinda.

Billy Hanley rushed for a game-high 118 yards on 10 carries with three touchdowns for the host Wildcats (6-5), who took a 14-0 advantage with 4:32 remaining in the first half on Hanley’s second score. Hanley’s 6-yard run capped a 50-yard drive that lasted 1:52 and during which he touched the ball on all four plays.

Gavin Saucedo widened Brea Olinda’s lead to 20-0 less than a minute later on a 35-yard interception return. The point-after attempt from Matteo Miralaie failed.

Michael Martinson took control in the Wildcats’ final drive of the opening half, carrying the ball on all three plays and sealing it with a 39-yard scoring run with 36 seconds left before halftime.

Martinson finished with 76 yards on six carries.

Hanley’s first touchdown, a 65-yard run, came 3:57 into the second quarter to put Brea Olinda up, 7-0. Sophomore Noah Rivera’s 86-yard punt return early in the second half set up Hanley’s third score, from 1 yard out.

The Seahawks (7-4) advanced as far as the Brea Olinda 5-yard line on their second drive of the night, but were unable to score when Hector Calderón missed a 22-yard field-goal attempt.

Greg Tocchetti led Ocean View with 43 yards on nine carries, and his brother, Cory, had three catches for 39 yards.

The Wildcats next play at top seed Garden Grove, the Southern Division runner-up in 2013 and 2012, in a second-round game next week.

Photo gallery

Photos compliments of Marissa Arnold.

CIF SS: Brea vs. Garden Grove Nov. 21st

11/21/14-CIF football UPDATE!!

1. Please remind parents, that only CIF 2014-2015 passes are accepted. No forum club member passes at CIF games. However, if you were a forum member this year, the forum seating will remain in effect for HOME GAMES ONLY.
2. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults/ $5.00 for students and child (must show ID card). There are no senior citizen discounts.


Varsity Schedule-CIF SS Southern Division playoffs (2nd round)

Who: Garden Grove Argonauts
When: Friday November 21st, 2014, 7:00pm
Where:  Garden Grove High School, 11271 Stanford Ave, Garden Grove, CA 92840

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Matchup Info

2014 CIF Southern Section High School Football Playoff Brackets Southern Division

Garden Grove High School Map

Brea Olinda shuts out El Dorado


FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

BREA – It wasn’t a thing of beauty, but Brea Olinda’s 18-0 victory over visiting El Dorado on Friday night was good enough to secure a second-place finish in the North Hills League.

The Wildcats (5-5, 2-1), who advance to the Southern Division playoffs, mustered just over 200 total yards on offense and were penalized heavily, but the defense was dominant and forced six turnovers by the Golden Hawks (0-10, 0-3).

Nick Drury’s 24-yard scoring strike to Matt Christ gave Brea Olinda a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Billy Hanley jogged in untouched from 5 yards out on the first drive of the second half to extend the Wildcats’ lead to 15-0.

Matteo Miralaie added a 34-yard field goal for Brea Olinda in the fourth quarter.

“They (El Dorado) did a good job of stunting and blitzing, and it was hard to replicate in practice,” Brea Olinda coach Robb Perrance said. “We talk about the three seasons in football and to improve weekly, and we’re doing that.”

Drury finished 7 of 12 for 106 yards and the score.

“Our defense was great tonight, and I think we got production from just about everyone,” Drury said.

Daniel Bucaro was the lone offensive bright spot for El Dorado, rushing for a game-high 93 yards on 20 carries.

Jonathan Laverde and Malik Campbell recovered fumbles for Brea Olinda, while Hanley picked off the Golden Hawks’ Dominic Martinez.

Austin Shear, who replaced a struggling Martinez at quarterback for El Dorado in the fourth quarter, was 3 of 3 for 58 yards before leaving the game with concussion symptoms.

Photo Gallery

Photos compliments of Marissa Arnold.

JV vs. El Dorado

Photos compliments of Brea Brendan.

Brea JV vs. Canyon

Photos compliments of Brea Brendan.

Canyon wins on gutsy call


FROM MAX PREPS and OC Varsity:

ORANGE – A big gamble paid off for Canyon in a key North Hills League game on Thursday night, and the Comanches came away with a 22-21 overtime victory over Brea Olinda at El Modena High School.

The victory gives the Comanches (3-6, 2-0) at least a share of first place and and a berth in the Southern Division playoffs with one game remaining.

The Wildcats (4-5, 1-1) will need to win their last game, next week against El Dorado, to have a chance to reach the playoffs.

The Wildcats were in a position to win the game in regulation whenNick Drury connected with Matt Christ on a game-tying, 24-yard touchdown pass with 38 seconds left in the fouth quarter.

But Canyon’s Noah Fairyniaz blocked the potential winning extra point, and the game went to overtime.

Brea Olinda took possession first and needed just one play for Drury to connect with Noah Rivera for a 25-yard touchdown and a 21-14 lead.

Canyon took possession and scored on an 8-yard pass from Jason Harmon to Trace Hobbs.

Instead of kicking the extra point and sending the game into a second overtime round, the Camonches went for the two-point conversion. Harmon passed to Noah White, ending the game.

Harmon completed 18 of 28 passes for 179 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 98 yards on 17 carries.

Canyon took a 14-0 first-quarter lead on a 29-yard pass from Harmon to Charlie Treanor and a 7-yard scoring pass from Harmon to Daniel Casas.

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.

Brea bear1

Brea bear2

Brea freshmen vs. Esperanza

Photos compliments of Michele Godges.