Good first game of the season. The Rebels have some talent on the team but the Vaqueros were able to keep them in check. Vaqueros came away with their first win of the season, 20-12.
Running with the ball, Savanna’s #9 meets resistance at the line of scrimage in the form of Rancho’s Frankie Gonzalez.
Where the job gets done…… the offensive linemen that create the holes for the running backs and the defensive linemen that plug those holes are the backbone of any team. Here the Rancho offensive line squares up against the Savanna defense. The Vaqueros got the job done well enough to win Thursday’s game 20-12.
Savanna’s #9 looks for a hole in the line during the first quarter of Thursday’s game against Rancho Alamitos. Rancho went on to win the game 201-12.
Savanna’s #18 looks to the outside for running room during last Thursday’s game against Rancho Alamitos. Savanna’s rushing game proved problematic for Rancho’s defense most of the game though the Vaqueros came away with the win 201-12.
Rolling to his right Savanna’s #18 looks to hit a receiver while feeling the pressure from Rancho’s Frankie Gonzalez.
Rancho’s Justin Kanyavong turns up field looking for additional yard during the second quarter of last Thursday’s game against Savanna.
Swarming Vaquero defenders converge on Savanna’s #18.
Savanna’s #9 looks to score on this running play but came up short. Rancho Alamitos won last Thursday’s game 20-12.
Fourth quarter action, Savanna’s 21 finds the hole and scores against Rancho Alamitos. The Vaqueros won the game by a score of 20-12.
Vaquero Miguel Rosales is tripped up behind the line of scrimage during the fourth quarter of Thursday’s game against Savanna High School of Anaheim. The game was played at Bolsa Grande with Rancho winning the game 20-12
Coach Enright gives the Vaqueros some post game praise for a well fought game.