The San Marino High School varsity football team dominated host Wilson High in Los Angeles with a resounding 49-0 nonleague victory on Sept. 15.
Junior quarterback Brady Beck completed 9 of 12 passes, amassing 160 yards with five touchdowns. Titans senior Coleman Morning had a chance to show off his passing game at quarterback. Normally a running back on offense, Morning completed 5 of 7 passes for 32 yards and a touchdown, and also rushed for 67 yards on eight carries. On the defensive end, he contributed nine tackles, including two for a loss of yardage.
Titans junior Chris Parwar hauled in three catches, tallying 24 yards and scoring a pair of touchdowns. Sophomore Christian Wing displayed his scoring ability with two touchdown catches and a total of 17 yards, and also recovered a fumble on defense. Senior Nick Escamilla scored on a 70-yard touchdown catch, junior Julian Solis carried the ball six times for 45 rushing yards and a touchdown to go with six tackles on the defensive side, and senior Sid Danenhauer collected two receptions for 26 yards, one of which resulted in a touchdown.
Senior Mikey Yessaian was a dependable target, making five catches for 41 yards and adding a 10-yard carry. Junior J.J. Wilson contributed with a 14-yard catch, a 2-yard rushing gain, three tackles and a fumble recovery. Freshman Parker Wilson successfully converted a two-point attempt while freshman Nick Acuna went 5-for-6 in PAT attempts.
On the defensive front, senior Liam Van Fossan led the charge with an impressive 10 tackles, including four for a loss of yardage. Senior Clement Truong made eight tackles and blocked a punt, junior Mitch Mooney contributed with seven tackles, a sack for a 10-yard loss and a fumble recovery, and junior Tomas Bilvado recorded six tackles. Senior Ryan Park, senior Reef Stark-Moniz, sophomore Miles Morning, sophomore Charles Danenhauer and sophomore Caleb Clarke each contributed with a tackle while senior Carson Herren recovered a fumble.
The Titans (4-1 overall) will open Rio Hondo League play at rival South Pasadena on Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. before hosting La Cañada on Oct. 6.
First published in the Sept. 21 issue of the San Marino Tribune