Trinity football

 Eight man football is often looked at as a version of Arena football outdoors.
 High scoring games on shorter fields.
 It's still football. And Trinity is putting up some impressive numbers against some of the elite teams in the state.
 A 60-42 win over Woodside Priory -- in which the Warriors overcame a 14-point deficit, stretched their winning streak to three games
 The win comes on the heels of a 19 point road win over Cate High in Carpinteria, a team that fell by two to the states No. 1 ranked team.
 During this three-game run, Trinity is averaging 56 points a game, with its average margin of victory being 28 points.
 Caleb Hill could play quarterback for a lot of teams in this county, having thrown 14 scoring strikes this fall -- four to tailback Jamez Booker.
 Yet, while eight-man football is often regarded as a passing league, the Warriors have run the ball to set up the passing game.
 Booker ran for 195 yards two weeks ago in the upset over Cate -- which head coach Frank Leonard called the biggest win in school history.
 Christopher Wright rushed for over 100 yards in Friday's 60 point uprising -- the second time this fall that Trinity has scored 60 or more points.
 And while the defense bends, it's shown its big play potential, such as Eric Wright intercepting a pass in the fourth quarter against Woodside to seal another win.

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