Christopher-Alvarez football

Friday's game
Christopher (1-6) at Alvarez (2-5), 7:30 p.m.
 If either team has any aspirations of clinging to the fifth and final playoff spot out of the Gabilan, this is a must win.
 The Cougars are coming off a heartbreaking last second setback to North Salinas, while Alvarez has dropped five straight after a 2-0 start.
 Ryan Adamkiewicz has thrown for over 1,100 yards and 10 touchdowns this season for Christopher, who has lost six straight since a season opening win.
 The Cougars have suffered nine straight Gabilan Division losses and are 2-13 in three seasons in the upper division of the Monterey Bay League.
 Alvarez is struggling to take care of the ball, having turned it over 17 times this season. Quarterback Matt Martinez has rushed for eight touchdowns.
 Defensively Alan Llamas has been a bright spot with 10 sacks for the Eagles while Michael Ramirez has two interceptions and leads the team in rushing.
 One of these teams is likely ticketed for the Pacific Division next fall.

1 comment:

Carmelkyd said...

Here is what PAL Booster says...and he often gets this right. However with 3 games remaining there still is an outside chance that 5 Gabilan teams will make the play-offs.

Gabilan Division: No real changes here. Palma and San Benito will likely face off in week for the league championship with Salinas and Monte Vista Christian will likely get the other two automatic spots. With the events in DeAnza league chances for the 5th place finisher (North Salinas -18 or Alvarez- 18.5) to get an at-large spot are diminished.