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FOOTBALL: FULLERTON SET FOR CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

FOOTBALL: FULLERTON SET FOR CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

The Hornets played their final home game of the season on Saturday against El Camino College and forced a conference title game dismantling the Warriors 33-7.

The stage is set for Fullerton (3-1) and Mount San Antonio College to battle it out for the Central Conference title after the Mounties (3-1) lost to San Diego Mesa in overtime tonight 33-30. FC beat the Olympians last week on the road 71-14.

The Hornets picked up where they left off last week with the offense scoring at will (517 total offense) and the defensive unit playing stingy football allowing only 7 points after the Hornets held the Warriors -37 yards on the ground..

After a scoreless first quarter, the Hornets got it going in the second on a TD fumble recovery in the end zone by Braylon Willis.

The Hornets went up 13-0 on a pass from Quinn Commans to Kailan Noseff for an 18-yard strike.

The lone El Camino touchdown came at the 2:04 mark in the second quarter on a 16 yard pass from Jermane Gotay to Dion Moore.

Fullerton added to their lead in the fourth on a 22-yard shot from Commans to Hunter Rison at the 13:48 mark in the fourth quarter.

FC finished off the Warriors with an unanswered score with 9 minutes left in the game on a 55 yard TD pass from Commans to tight end Lucas Luft.

Up Next: The Central Conference Championship game. The Hornets (5-4 overall, 3-1 conference) play Mount San Antonio College at Covina District field on Saturday, November 16th at 6:00 pm.

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*Photo by Jim McCormack

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