Greenfield-Pacific Grove football

Friday's game
Greenfield (3-4) at Pacific Grove (4-3), 7:30 p.m.
 We know the reigning two-time Mission Trail Athletic League champion Breakers can score points, producing 40 or more in all four wins.
 Stopping teams has been a concern all season, as Pacific Grove has given up 30 plus points in five games, while squandering a 14-point lead in another battle.
 Greenfield has equaled its win total from the previous two years combined. In its three wins, it is averaging 37 points a game. But in its four losses, that figure drops to 15.2.
 Hector Ramirez has gone over 1,000 yards rushing for the Bruins, having produced 13 of the teams 21 touchdowns.
 As a team, Greenfield has surpassed last year's scoring total. It's 2-1 in games decided by four points or less.
 It's no secret that quarterback Noah Cryns is the center of attention in the Breakers offense, having thrown for over 1,000 yards and rushed for 680, producing 21 touchdowns.
 Still someone is catching those passes from Cryns as Nick Coppla and Kane Miller have combined for 50 catches -- 11 resulting in touchdowns.
 Cryns, a tailback turned quarterback this fall, has also thrown just two picks in 102 attempts. The Bruins Sabian Jackson, who hasn't missed a start in three years, has five sacks.

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