Seeing the Jordan players flood the field to celebrate in front of a quality crowd that included a band, a drumline, and cheerleaders was like getting a B12 shot of optimism.
Yes, high school football in March is entirely out of the ordinary, but nothing about this pandemic-maligned year has been normal.
West Ranch rode raw emotion to a thrilling 57-56 win over the Bruins.
The Jackrabbits will travel to face Rancho Cucamonga in the quarterfinals next week.
The game had just about everything including last second scores, pick sixes, the catch of the year and an 88-yard fake punt for a touchdown.
The Saints (5-5, 3-1) will spend the last week of the regular season on a bye and enter the Division 9 playoffs as a second place team.
The number of high school football participants has dropped from 103,725 in 2015 to 91,305 this season.
Long Beach Poly will play Wilson, and Millikan takes on Lakewood. Here, we break down the history of these longtime grudge matches.