A 2-6 record in October? No worries. Rain at Hornet Stadium? You’ve got to be kidding. The Del Oro Golden Eagles defeat previously unbeaten Camarillo of Ventura County 16-13 to win the most improbable of championships, this one in the CIF State Division II-AA title game. It is a result most didn’t dare forecast a month ago.
Del Oro holds a squad that had been averaging 53 points a game to just a single touchdown and departs Hornet Stadium with a win over Camarillo – a piece of cake for the boys from Loomis. Was it ever in doubt for the 9-6 Golden Eagles against the 15-0 Scorpions? “Never,” says Del Oro coach Casey Taylor.
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