Falcons miss out on CIF finals, lose to Vista 20-17

The Falcons break through the banner at Thursday night's semifinal game against Vista at Falcon Stadium. Photo by Anna Scipione

Torrey Pines’ amazing football season came to an end on Thursday night as they lost in the semi-finals to Vista, 20-17. The game was tied 17-17 deep into the fourth quarter — with three minutes left in the game the Panthers kicked a 23-yard winning field goal.

The loss marked the end of a great season, where the Falcons went 10-2, undefeated until the last game of their regular season. Multiple players received All Palomar League honors including offensive first team: senior quarterback John Cabot, Scott Mainquist, Daniel Murray and offensive player of the year running back John Wilson who rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown in the semi-final game.

Players Kevin Cuff, Hunter Shigley and Harry Wilburn were named to first team defense, with senior linebacker Cuff named the division player of the year.

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Dec 3, 2010. Filed under Featured Story, Prep Sport, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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