Aragon made the field goal kick, giving them a score of seven to zero. Carlmont then gave Aragon the gift of a fumble, which Aragon used to score another seven points, all within the first few minutes of the game.
“We knew they were a tough team,”said Matt Stalun. Carlmont struggled during the whole game to keep Aragon from scoring. In the fourth quarter, Carlmont scored its first points of the game. Carlmont then recovered a fumble made by Aragon.
Aragon’s defense held them, forcing Carlmont to punt the ball. Carlmont performed a successful on side kick and later got a touchdown bringing the final score to 35 to 14, with Aragon defeating the Scots.
“They keep getting a little better and they are working really hard,” said head coach Jason Selli in regards to how the team has been playing this year.
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