Falcons win

The Torrey Pines Falcons earned their second football win of the season last Friday night over El Camino, 10-3. Above, quarterback Lenny Magill had time to look for a receiver thanks to some added protection by running back Kyle Middleton, #27. At right, Coach Scott Ashby quietly celebrates.

Torrey Pines’ record now improves to 2-3 heading into their bye-week. The Falcons will play the first of their Avocado League opponents next Friday, Oct. 17 at Escondido.

Related posts:

  1. The Week in Sports
  2. Torrey Pines star returns to her New England roots
  3. Torrey’s Vance earns player of the year honors
  4. Friday night lights are back on for Falcon football
  5. Pop Warner set to kick off

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