Warren's tough season continues

DOWNEY â?? The Warren High School football team traveled to Lynwood last Friday night to play a Lancer squad who was still looking for their first league win.Lynwood defeated the Bears 35-19 and improved their overall record to 3-5 and league record to 1-2. Warren fell to 0-8 overall and 0-3 in league play. Warren will travel to Paramount this evening and host Gahr next Thursday in their season finale. The Bears will not be eligible for post-season play, however, will finish this season with a solid effort. Warren trailed at the end of the first quarter 14-0. Warren did score a touchdown in the second quarter but did not convert on the conversion. Lynwood added two more touchdowns in the second quarter, with both extra points being good. The score at halftime was 28-6 Lynwood. Warren scored the only touchdown in the third quarter, the conversion was no good, and pulled to within 28-12. The third quarter ended with that same score. Lynwood and Warren both scored touchdowns and converted extra points in the fourth quarter. Lynwood won the game 35-19. Bear quarterback Michael San Angelo completed 9/20 passes for 124 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. The Bear running game produced 33 carries for 176 yards. Darwin Walker led the Bear rushing attack with 17 carries for 100 yards. Daryl Donerson had 11 carries for 54 yards, Michael San Angelo had three carries for ten yards and J.R. Vauulu had two carries for twelve yards. The Bear receiving corps was led by James Bahamâ??s four receptions for 45 yards, Daryl Donersonâ??s two receptions for 38 yards, Anthony Rangelâ??s two receptions for 17 yards and J.R. Vaauluâ??s one reception for 24 yards. With the regular season winding down, I am certain Coach Jimenez and his staff will try to get some younger players more playing time so they can gain valuable game time experience for next year. The Bears will certainly play hard.

********** Published: October 25, 2012 - Volume 11 - Issue 28