Carlmont could have secured their place in the Central Coast Sectionals on Friday nights, instead they muddled their chances by being on the recieving end of a beat down. Carlmont fell to El Camino (31-7) Friday night in South San Francisco.
The game had a championship feel to it for the visiting Scots, entering the game with an undefeated record in PAL league play, a victory would have clinched berth in CCS playoffs. El Camino had different plans, the Wildcats scored early and scored often and built a huge first half lead.
Quarterback Rich Mathiesen did it all for the Wildcats is the first half, he started off the scoring with a 27 yard touchdown pass and then followed it up with a 58 yard bounce to the outside which turned into a monster touchdown for El Camino.
El Camino was close to putting the game out of reach going into halftime with another long long touchdown run to go up 21-0.
The Scots just couldn’t get any rhythm on offense as they failed to get onto the board until deep into the fourth quarter. Sky Regan tacked on a touchdown late for the Scots as their lone score.
Mark Concilla led the Scots with 76 yards on 13 carries, and Joe Lasala added 48 yards on nine rushes.
The Scots turn their attention to close proximity rival Sequoia next week in a non-league rivalry game under the lights.