• Pacific Grove Breakers tie up MTAL championship and are ready for the Shoe

    Pacific Grove has taken the MTAL championship in football for the second year in a row.

    Last night’s game in Greenfield was a prime example of how they did it.

    First quarter: Colby Foster got the night’s first touchdown for the Breakers from 10 yards out but no extra point. Then Colby made another touchdown from 15 yards and got the two point conversion.

    Kane Miller caught a 24-yard touchdown pass and at 9:17 into the second quarter, with Noah Ryan for the extra point, brought Pacific Grove up to 14-0 over Greenfield.

    Apollo Marquez touchdown and Noah Ryan for extra pointin the second quarter. Made the score 28-0 at the half, Pacific Grove over the Greenfield Bruins.

    Third quarter: Sam Fenstermaker touchdown and Noah Ryan for the extra point. And that was scored on a turnover fumble from the Greenfield quarterback at 37 yards. 35-0 Pacific Grove. Greenfield then made their first TD of the game with 2:19 in the quarter.

    In the fourth quarter Greenfield got a second TD and 2 point conversion with 1:10 remaining, but Pacific Grove wins 35-14 over Greenfield and a second straight MTAL title.

    Next week, it’s the legendary Shoe Game, the rivalry game between Pacific Grove Breakers and Carmel Padres which has now lasted 68 years. Pacific Grove leads the series 33-32-2, having brought the bronzed athletic shoe trophy back in 2013. The MTAL champions ended Carmel’s 46 straight league win streak that day.

    Last night, Nov. 6, Carmel, playing at King City, also won their match after getting surprised the week before. That puts them at 5-1 in league, 6-3 overall.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on November 7, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports


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