Seaside-Pajaro football

Friday's game
Seaside (3-1) at Pajaro Valley (2-2) at Cabrillo College, 7 p.m.
 You can bet that Omar Murillo is on Seaside's radar, as the Grizzlies tailback has rushed for over 100 yards in each of his first four games, piling up 583 yards and seven touchdowns.
 After a pair of losses to open the season, Pajaro has won its last two games by three and four points, using Murillo to grind yards out.
 Diego Navarro, the only other Pajaro running back to rush for a touchdown, also has a pick six to his credit this fall.
 Seaside's defense has allowed just one touchdown in the second half this year. Demarcus Hawkins has six sacks while Daniel Sayre has run back two pick six's and Tristian Beza has 50 tackles.
 A patched up and youthful offensive line is getting healthier for Seaside. That will certainly open up the running game, where Keishawn Robinson bolted 43 yards for a touchdown last week.
 Has Seaside resolved its quarterback situation? It went with a different signal caller last week with mixed results. This will be the Spartans first game on a synthetic service.

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