Eagles 7 - JSerra 27
JSerra jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. The Eagle’s lone touchdown came on a run in the fourth quarter. The Eagles end the season with a 4-6 record.
Lancers 54 - Eagles 14
The Eagles (4-5, 1-3) committed five turnovers in the first half that lead to 30 points for the Lancers (7-2, 3-1). Coach Welch was honored before the game and given an Eagle statuette and gift certificate.
Eagles 16 - Monarchs 7
The No. 7 Eagles (4-4, 1-2), who entered the game bruised, battered and shorthanded, pulled off a 16-7 upset of No. 2 Mater Dei (7-1, 2-1) at Santa Ana Stadium.
Eagles 14 - Friars 30
No. 3 Servite stayed alive in the Pac-5 Division playoff race by defeating No. 5 Santa Margarita, 30-14, at Cerritos College.
Braves 52 - Eagles 12
The Eagles lose to nationally ranked St. John Bosco (6-0) in their Trinity League opener.
Eagles 28 - Mustangs 26
The Eagles (3-2) beat the Trabuco Hills Mustangs (4-1) in the Battle of Santa Margarita Parkway. This game was the 10th meeting between the two schools with the Eagles holding a 8-2 series edge. The Eagles first varsity game in 1989 was against Trabuco Hills and they have played each other nine previous times over the past 24 years.
Eagles 49 - Colts 6
The Eagles (2-2) beat the Carson Colts (0-3) of the LA City Section.
Eagles 24 - Dons 6
The Eagles beat the Dorsey Dons 24-6 rushing for 255 yards and limiting the Don’s high flying attack to just 228 total yards on 73 plays. Senior RB Jeremy McNichols rushed for 159 yards and scored a TD and Junior WR Kyle Sweet caught five passes for 72 yards and a score to lead the Eagles offense. Seniors Joseph McGill (19 tackles and a forced fumble) and Jonathan LaBonty (an interception, fumble recovery and five passes broken up) helped spearhead the defensive effort.
Eagles 31 - Gaels 34
The Eagles drop to (0-2) after losing in Overtime to the Las Vegas Bishop Gorman Gaels (2-1). The game was broadcast live on Fox Sports Prime Ticket.
Eagles 28 - Lancers 38
The Eagles rolled up 526 yards of offense but could not overcome six turnovers and fell 38-28 on the road to Bishop Amat. Junior WR Kyle Sweet caught seven passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns, rushed four times for 13 yards, completed a pass for 25 yards, returned two punts, punted three times and recorded a tackle in the game to become the first Eagle to ever have a rushing, passing, receiving, scoring, kicking, special teams and defensive stat in a game.