Torrey Pines High School Beach Bowl victory

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Torrey Pines didn’t know if it would make the playoffs going into its regular season finale against a heavily favored La Costa Canyon team.

The Falcons emerged from what might have been a win-or-go-home game with new life.

A stunning 24-17 upset victory over LCC in a nonleague game on Nov. 2 at the annual Beach Bowl helped the Falcons secure a San Diego Section Division I playoff berth, and sent them into the postseason with the wind at their back.

Photos/ Anna Scipione

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