SUPER Q BOWL SATURDAY

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Super Q-Bowl Saturday

Article and photos Darrel Wheeler

On the second Saturday of November, San Diego High School’s football field was filled with wild Cougars, Bulls, Raiders, Warriors, Aztecs, some Diablos and a bunch of tough Buccaneers.

The best teams in their respective divisions met up at this year’s SDYF Super Q Bowl Champions to see who the best of the best is.QBOWL FOOTBALL MAIN PIX 1

Bonita’s 10-under Buc’s defeated Los Toros in a defensive toe-to-toe battle as they revenged their earlier season loss to Los Toros’ raging bulls.

Bonita’s speedy Buccaneer Lajuan Johnson’s fourth-quarter interception for a 35 yard touchdown turned out to be the game clincher giving the buccaneers their much wanted revenge victory 14-6.

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“I know I had to make that pick. I saw the ball in the air and I just went for it, grabbed it, and took off, and I had the best block ever from Jea’veyon Allen,” Lajuan said.

Super Buc Jea’veyon Allen also intercepted an errant pass with seconds remaining in the big game, sealing the fate of LT’s Bulls.

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Oceanside’s new-look Warriors were also out for some revenge after losing to the Raiders of Balboa earlier in the season. O-Side pulled off the day’s biggest upset, beating the nationally ranked and last year’s National Champion Raiders by holding the Raiders high scoring offense to 8 points. Congratulations to all the teams that made it to this year’s Q Bowl Championships.

Chula Vista-12, Oceanside-6 (8-U), Los Toro’s -42,  Bonita-0 (9-U), Bonita-14, Los Toros-6 (10-U), Oceanside-14, Balboa-8 (11-U), TIerrasanta-8, Bonita-0 (12-U), Bonita -52, South San Diego-0 (14-U).

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