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Lancers End Pirates Dominance in Rivalry

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Layth Haddad (15) runs over Niko Mageo(26) in Carlsbads win over Oceanside

Carlsbad CA— Carlsbad ended a decades worth of frustration against the Oceanside Pirates handing Oceanside their second straight, Avocado League-West, loss Friday night 21-6. Carlsbad holds the top spot in the Avocado-West at 3-0, 5-3 overall as Oceanside dropped to 4-4 for the season.

Tevin Meadows(34) sprints 77 yards before he was eventually caught by Nate Coe (29)
Tevin Meadows(34) sprints 77 yards before he was eventually caught by Nate Coe (29)

Oceanside got on the board first in a game where both teams defenses dominated play. After exchanging punts, the Pirates had the ball at their own 20 yard-line. Tevin Meadows, the 5’7″ 175lb Oceanside running back, broke through the middle for 77 yards before being chased down by Carlsbad defensive back, Nate Coe. That would be as close as the Pirates would get to the end-zone all night. Oceanside settled for three on a Jake Gerardi field-goal.
KJ MacDonald plows his way into the end-zone for Carlsbad's first touchdown of the night.
KJ MacDonald plows his way into the end-zone for Carlsbad’s first touchdown of the night.

Carlsbad got on the board in the second quarter with a 4-play, 80 yard drive ending with K.J. MacDonald powering in for the score from one-yard out, 3-7, Carlsbad.
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Troy Cassidy (11) celebrates with Kellen Peet (2) after Cassidy’s touchdown reception. (click on image to enlarge photo)

The Lancers would you use ball control to score again in the second quarter with a 9 play 80 yard drive ending when Shea Morales hit Troy Cassidy from 7-yards out, 3-14 with 3:50 left in the half.
In the second half, Oceanside would open up the scoring with another Jake Gerardi field-goal. Carlsbad would answer early in the fourth quarter when Shea Morales made a great fake on a hand-off and strolled untouched into the end-zone for the final score.
Carlsbad will travel to El Camino on October 30. El Camino remains winless in Avocado League-West play(0-2, 5-3) as they fell to Torrey Pines (2-1, 3-5) on the road, 13-17.
Oceanside(0-2,4-4) returns home after a tough, winless, 3 game road stretch to host La Costa Canyon (1-1,6-2) who won at home in a non-league game, 20-13 over Westview(2-0,6-1)

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Lancers End Pirates Dominance in Rivalry