Monterey football

As bleak as things appeared after three games, there is a light at the end of the tunnel -- hope for the future at Monterey.
 Outscored 147-35 in three lopsided losses, the Toreadores have a heartbeat, scoring more points than they had all season in beating Marina 40-22.
 Injuries and discipline issues aside, Monterey did something it has not done all season and that's take care of the football.
 The results were impressive with four different players producing touchdowns, while a defense that gave up 104 points in the first half in its first three games, allowed just seven Friday.
 All three losses Monterey suffered were to teams that potentially could be playoff bound. So it was not like it was facing creampuffs.
 Sophomore quarterback Evans Charles gained valuable experience during the non-league season while Marcus Dorn Jr. is dynamic with the ball in his hands.
 Yet, this win was big for reasons beyond morale. For starters, the Toreadores ended an eight game night losing streak. Buying into what the coach is preaching is easier to digest with success.

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