Hernandez’s two TD passes lead Don Lugo to win

first_imgCHINO – The Don Lugo Conquistadores opened league play with an impressive 44-13 victory over the Diamond Ranch Panthers on Friday at Chino High School. Don Lugo senior quarterback Andrew Hernandez led the Conquistadores with long passes throughout the game, connecting on touchdown tosses of 38 and 61 yards, while the Don Lugo running combination of Dorian Brown and Delonne Yu ran all over the Diamond Ranch defense. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Yet, by the second half it was the Cavs (4-2) who ended up rolling over the Colony Titans (3-3) after trailing 17-7 at halftime. Montclair coach Steve Sullivant must have taken a page from USC coach Pete Carroll as his team made the necessary second-half adjustments. “All we did was adjust and focus on the two key players Colony had, No. 32 on offense and 17 on defense,” Sullivant said. When it was all said and done, middle linebacker Thomas Marasco had three interceptions and sophomore quarterback Justin Orona threw for four touchdowns for Montclair. “Our offense, defense, and special teams all clicked tonight, and it couldn’t have come at a better time” said Don Lugo coach Greg Setlich. “We knew what a talented football team they are … With their speed they can score at any time.” Diamond Ranch could not score at any time however. Panthers quarterback Joshua Sifuentes made a valiant effort in the air and Corey Nolen ran extremely well (Diamond Ranch ran little in the second half), but both were stopped by the domination of Don Lugo’s overpowering defense. Don Lugo began the season at 0-3, and has bounced back to 3-3. Montclair 41, Colony 17: At halftime, it appeared that the Montclair Cavaliers were ready to roll over in their Mt. Baldy League opener. center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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