The Broncos Offense Needs to get Ignited a little Earlier this Friday
Vista Murrieta is coming off a 20-9 victory over San Diego Section Division 1 Madison on opening night. The Broncos offense struggled for three quarters before they got ignited and scored 2 touchdowns to put the game away.
The Broncos are led by Senior quarterback Karson Greeley. He has his brother Kade Greeley, and junior receiver Khalil Shair to throw to. Senior running back Cole Dubots should carry the ball on the ground for Vista Murrieta if heis well.
Dubots left Friday night’s game in the first half with an injury, but the Broncos have a handful of talented backups ready in the wings. Junior running backs Jav Guidry and De’von Sneed are both willing and ready to move the chains for Murrieta.
The Bronco defense is solid. The Warhawks had a difficult time moving the ball against the quick, swarming defense last Friday night. Expect the Broncos defense to get even better as the season evolves.
The Sea Hawks defeated Rancho Verde 28-22 in their season opener. Redondo Union