Seaside football

 While the offense continues to search for an identity, the Spartans defense is rekindling the past with  their physicality and punishment.
 So, is the only program in the county to win two Central Coast Section titles in the last decade back in championship mood?
 Well, you can clearly make that argument defensively behind pass rusher Demarcus Hawkins and his four sacks, as Seaside has allowed just 17 points in three games.
 The Spartans have yet to allow a point in the second half this year, while their defense has produced a touchdown and has set up two others with turnovers.
 At some point, this offense is going to find itself. There's too much athleticism, anchored by Malik Jeter and 1,000 yard tailback Keishawn Robinson.
 At some point, opponents are going to start paying attention to Daniel Sayre, who scored a pair of touchdowns Friday, and has a pick six to his credit this fall.
 Keep in mind this is still a young group of players that may not hit their stride until next season. Yet, if this team can get healthy, a path back to the playoffs seems inevitable.

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