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Torrey Pines High School freshmen launch sack attack on Oceanside, win 35-20

Cleo Baker makes the tackle for Torrey Pines. The Falcons won 35-20. Photos by Claudia Perrone.

The 5-1 Oceanside Pirates visited Torrey Pines to play the 6-0 Falcons, and Torrey Pines won 35-20.

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach and Rancho Santa Fe

The week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach and Rancho Santa Fe.

Torrey Pines Falcons dominate Carlsbad, 26-14

Zach Friedland runs for a 90-yard touchdown.

The 5-0 Torrey Pines Falcon freshmen visited the 4-1 Carlsbad Lancers and came away with a 26-14 win. It was another game of big plays for the Falcons who, although they trailed 8-6 in first downs, had 278 yards total offense to Carlsbad’s 172 yards in unofficial stats.

Torrey Pines High School girls varsity tennis team in Carmel Valley undefeated

The Torrey Pines High School girls varsity tennis team is undefeated.

A new tennis banner went up last week at the TPHS tennis courts, which shows the 27 years that the Girls Varsity Team has won CIF, including the last 24 years as Division 1 CIF champs.

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach and Encinitas

• Torrey Pines defeated Rancho Bernardo 175-185 in a Valley League match on a 9-hole par-36 course at Lomas Santa Fe Country Club on Oct. 1.

Shiyang Fan shot a 2-under-par 34 to lead the Falcons. Sung Eun Park and Muni He contributed 35 scores, and Rong Ji and Carolyn Zhao added 36 and 37 scores, respectively.

Rancho Bernardo freshman standout Calista Reyes was the medalist, shooting a 33.

Earl Warren Seahawks of Encinitas win in finals

The eighth-grade Seahawks team from Earl Warren Middle School in Encinitas.

This weekend at the sixth annual Coast Classic Tournament, the eighth-grade Seahawks team of Earl Warren Middle School in Encinitas fought their way to the finals and beat Carmel Valley Middle School.

Canyon Crest Academy Boys Water Polo update

Roland Yu of Canyon Crest Academy

Canyon Crest Academy lost to Westview in their opening Palomar League game on Oct. 1, but beat Poway in a Palomar League game on Oct. 3.

TPHS frosh football team blanks Poway, 48-0

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The Torrey Pines freshman football team rolled to another win over Poway, 48-0.

This was the 5-0 Falcons’ third shutout for the season, in which they have outscored their opponents by a total of 189-35. It was a game of big plays, as people have come to expect from the Falcons.

But the first big play belonged to Poway, a quarterback keeper by Clay Elias for 25 yards and a first down on a drive from the Titans’ 35 to Torrey Pines’ 25, where a fumbled snap on fourth down led to a turnover on downs. That was to be Poway’s best drive of the game.

Week in sports for Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Solana Beach and Encinitas

Torrey Pines trounced Poway 35-7 in a nonleague game on Sept. 26.

The Falcons broke a scoreless tie in a decisive second quarter, when quarterback Sandy Plashkes threw for three touchdowns to send the Falcons into the intermission with a 21-0 lead.

Plashkes completed a 16-yard scoring pass to Lukas Braun that made it 7-0.

Winning streak continues for TPHS freshman football team

Torrey Pines’ Sully O’Brien ran for one TD and received another TD. Photo byClaudia Perrone

Torrey Pines freshman Falcons extended their winning streak to 4-0 with a 35-14 win over the Westview Wolverines. Both teams entered the game undefeated, Torrey Pines having beaten Sweetwater 41-0, Mission Hills 56-21, and Cathedral Catholic 10-0. Westview had bested Rancho Buena Vista 28-20, and Del Norte 28-7.

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