Class of 2008 - Committments
Jamie Azdair Wins Zug Award
AJ Cruz Honored
Eagles 22 - J Serra 14 - Santa Margarita capitalizes by scoring 19 points on J Serra mistakes. QB Ryan World was 6-12 for 124 yards. K Robert Maniachi added 3 Field Goals.
Orange Lutheran 49 - Eagles - 24 - QB Ryan World and Greg Beaudoin led the Eagles offense. World finished with 215 yards passing and Beaudoin had 123 yards receiving on five catches, including a 51-yard touchdown.
Mater Dei 57 - Eagles - 28 - Santa Margarita trailed by a touchdown at halftime in its upset bid of No. 3 Mater Dei, but the Monarchs strong second half carried them to a 57-28 victory in Trinity League action Friday night at Saddleback College.
Servite 39 - Eagles 19 - QB Ryan World threw for 296 yards, three touchdowns and an interception, on 23-of-39 passing. But after the Eagles’ late first-half run, they scored only once in the second half, on their second drive.
St. John Bosco 47 - Eagles 21 - The Braves (6-0) beat the Eagles (2-4) for the first time in four years. QB Ryan World completed eight passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles.
Eagles 31 - Chapparal 42 -Santa Margarita gave up four touchdowns in the second quarter and was beaten by Chaparral of Temecula, 42-31, at Saddleback College on Friday. QB Ryan World finished with 207 yards passing.
Eagles 18 - La Costa Canyon 14 - Santa Margarita QB Ryan World threw a 26-yard TD poass to Logan Sweet with 16 seconds remaining, and the Eagles win it, 18-14 against La Costa Canyon of Carlsbad.
Foothill 30 - Eagles 26 - The Eagles lose to the Foothill Knights on a 37-yard field goal with 1:08 remaining.
Eagles 42 - Poway 20 - Eagles win a 42-20 victory over Poway, the defending San Diego County CIF Champions. Quarterback Ryan World threw for 337 yards and tied Carson Palmer’s single-game school record of 5 TD passes.
St. Bonaventure 35 - Eagles 14 - The Eagles lost their opening game to host St. Bonaventure. Sr. QB Ryan World finished with 239 yards on 18-of-31 passing, including two touchdowns and two interceptions. WR Gavin Escobar had nine catches for 162 yards and a touchdown.