Continuing the momentum of an undefeated start to the season, and adding the excitement of the season home opener at the newly renovated John Francis Field, the Half Moon Bay Cougars pitched a shutout win against the Capuchino High School Mustangs 52-0.
Starting the game off with a 9 play drive that ended with a 8 yard TD,the Cougars never let their foot off the gas pedal. Including the opening TD, Chase Hofmann had 4 scores on the day; 3 rushing and 1 on a 30 yard pass completion. QB Gavin Tomberlin had a superb day under center, tossing 3 touchdown passes for a total of 197 yards, and adding 40 yards rushing. Catching those additional touchdown passes was Hayden Von Almen (who had a break away 73 yard touchdown catch) and Dylan Williams. Four Cougars had double-digit rushing yardage, and the offense gained a total of 402 yards on the day.
Even with a strong rushing attack, the Cougar defense held strong and didn’t allow the Mustangs inside their red zone all game. While holding Capuchino to 112 total yards for the game, there were several key plays throughout the game. Dylan Williams had a great interception at the end zone, and Dom Padua jumped on a loose ball to end a Mustangs drive. In addition, 5 players had a sack: Chase Hofmann, JoJo Weinberger, Jonathan Carrillo, Jake Quosig, and Bobby Lester.
Rocky Perry Players of the Game:
Offense: #8 Senior QB- Gavin Tomberlin
Defense: #27 Senior Safety- Hayden Von Almen
Special Teams: #26 Senior Return Man- Jake Quosig
Scout: #6 Slot/Corner- Tommy Daly
The JV Cougars got their first win of the season, defeating Capuchino 41-6. Slot back, Connor Quosig, led the Cougars in scoring with two touchdown scores on the day. Quarterback, Cade Duncan, took an option read in for long touchdown run. Running back, Todd Damrosch, ran in for his first touchdown score of the year. Also getting a score on the day was slot back Sean Nugent. The last score came from a fumble recovery in the end zone by defensive lineman, Brian Voris, off of a blocked punt by defensive lineman and leader, Preston Dimas.
This Week’s Community Cougar - Cameron Palmer
Cameron is an HMBHS grad who has supported the football program for decades. Cameron hosts the weekly team meals for the football program. Along with supporting the football program, Cameron also volunteers many hours to various other programs in the community. Let's thank Cameron for what he does for our football program and community.
The Cougars next game will be on Friday September 15th at El Camino High School in South San Francisco. The JV game starts at 5PM and Varsity kicking off at 7:30PM.