2001 EAGLES

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2002 Commitments - QB Marshall Tharpe (Colorado St.), OL John Finneran (Villanova), OL Spencer Hollison (Washington St.), DL Michael Leiter (Colorado St.) are the first four Eagles of the class of 2002 to verbally commit to play college football.

All-Serra League Players were voted on at the end of the season and 12 Eagles were honored with 1st Team Honors.

Los Alamitos 29 - Eagles 20
The Eagles outgained the Griffins on offense 424-398 but only scored once in the first half. RB Ashton White ran 28 times for 164 yards. QB Marshall Tharpe was 17/29 and 240 yards passing and 2 TDs. WR Bobby Whithorne made 7 catches for 140 yards and 1 TD. Congratulations Eagles on another great season, making the 2nd round of the playoffs and winning back-to-back Serra League Titles.
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Eagles 43 - Rialto 30
The Eagles won their First Division 1 playoff game as RB Ashton White rushed 33 times for 254 yards and 4 touchdowns. On Special Teams, Cole DeVitis blocked two punts, one of which led to a scoop and score by Joe Ramsey. Cole DeVitis once again earned Defensive and Special Teams Player of the Game honors as he led the charge with 13 tackles while Trevor Zinn and Jack Meehan collected 11 and Brad Dillahunty added 10. DE Mike Leiter continued his dominating ways by collecting his 13th sack on the season.
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Eagles 16 - Servite 16

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Eagles 33 - Mater Dei 19

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Eagles 35 - St. John Bosco 17

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Eagles 21 - Loyola 14

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Eagles 28 - St. Paul 14

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Eagles 33 - Tustin 36

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Eagles 44 - Norco 22

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Eagles 28 - Lakewood 13

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Eagles 21 - Los Alamitos 14

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Eagles 21 - Ayala 21

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Eagles win the 2001 Stanford Passing League Tournament! The Varsity went 6-1 losing their first game of the day but then dominated the rest of the tournament. Over the course of the tournament they also beat last year's champion Oak Grove. The JV team was the only JV team entered into the tournament and also dominated finishing 3rd in the tournament and 5-1 against all varsity teams.