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Football Improves to 5-0 with Homecoming Win

October 19, 2017

The Warriors made short work of the Bay Area Broncos in the homecoming game. The Broncos entered the game with a very productive ground game and a 4-1 record. However, the Warrior defense forced a three and out on the first four possessions of the game and pitched a shutout until late into the game. The offense scored on 5 of 6 possessions to give the Warriors a 34-0 lead at half time. Just three plays into the second half, the offense was in the endzone again and the clock began to run. The last score came on the last play of the half after the offense went 63 yards in just over 40 seconds, using just one timeout. 

CCS is in great mid season form as the playoffs approach. They hold a one game lead in the district standings and also hold the tie breakers. A first place finish will ensure a home playoff game in November and it will be the first district title for the Warriors since 2011.

The Warriors will travel to Rosehill Christian tomorrow night. The Eagles are 5-1 and are currently tied for second in the district. CCS defeated Rosehill last year 48-6, but the Eagles are greatly improved this season. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Rosehill Christian on Friday.