Torrey Pines High School football program’s 17th Annual Summer Dinner/Auction and Golf Tournament is Aug. 20

Torrey Pines High School’s football program will host its 17th Annual Summer Dinner/Auction and Golf Tournament on Monday, Aug. 20, at Fairbanks Ranch Country Club.

This year’s event will feature Paul Rudy, of KUSI TV and the award-winning Prep Pigskin Report, as the live auctioneer and Jeff Detrow from the “Jeff n Jer Radio Program” as the Master of Ceremonies. Head football coach Scott Ashby and his coaching staff will be on hand to give attendees a peek into the upcoming season, one for which the Falcons have high hopes with a balanced roster of returning seniors and rising juniors.

For those interested in playing golf, the tournament will be a scramble format with a shotgun start at noon and registration opening at 11 a.m.

The annual event represents the Falcons’ most important fundraising event each year and helps the program to pay for the costs of running a high school football program.  At a public high school, the program is entirely funded by voluntary donations from its families and the generosity of sponsors and donors in the community.   So, whether you are interested in playing golf, being a sponsor, or just attending the evening’s festivities, all Torrey Pines Falcon Football supporters are invited.

To register, please visit the program’s website at, or contact Chris Jaczko at for further information.

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