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The Saga Continues (THURSDAY): A Week in the Minds of the Breakers

Written by Cristopher Rosas, Journalist

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Tomorrow the Breakers face King City, one of the biggest challenges of their season. For the Seniors, the game is incredibly important as it will be the last home game of their high school careers.

 

Head varsity coach Chris Morgan talked about the importance of tomorrow’s game and what the team needs to do in order to secure the win. “It is Senior Night and that always has some added incentive. We want the Seniors to go out in style, as they say, but it is definitely an emotional game. Hopefully, we can build off last week’s showing against Monterey where the defense really stepped up and did a great job. If we can get some more offensive production tomorrow we will do just fine. Over the years we have had some pretty good games against King City, but that is not saying that tomorrow will be easy. They will come playing aggressive and we need to match their physicality. If we can come out excited and get on them [King City] from the get-go then we will be alright.”

 

Senior Joe Spears agreed with Coach Morgan, saying, “It is going to be pretty intense playing on this field for the last time.” Spears and the rest of the offensive line hope to “go off” tomorrow, to give the team the extra push they need.

 

With all the intensity going into tomorrow’s game, it might be easy to forget what Senior Night is truly celebrating: the Seniors. Senior Jerimiah Yanez talked about the growth he and his fellow teammates had experienced over the years. “I couldn’t possibly describe this season or others in a few words. I would say growth, brotherhood, and definitely friendship. A lot of us have really grown and gotten closer through the years. All in all, this has been a great season, but it is not over yet.”

 

As everyone on the team has pointed out, tomorrow’s game is extremely important for the whole Breaker team, but especially the Seniors. A win will provide much-needed confidence to the Breakers for the two challenging away games they have after Friday. No matter the outcome, the team is sure to leave everything they have on the field, in what is sure to be a fantastic game.

 

See you tomorrow at 7:30 pm, to see the PG Breakers take on King City.

 

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