Hartnell-Cabrillo football

Saturday's game
Hartnell (4-2) at Cabrillo (0-6), 6 p.m.
 The Panthers have given up 82 points in two losses, but just 68 in four wins. Cabrillo is allowing 40 points a game this season.
 Turnovers have been a throne in Hartnell's side with 19 this season. It is minus five in turnover ratio through six games.
 Despite having two losses, the Panthers still control their fate in conference with games remaining against defending champion West Hills and unbeaten MPC.
 After Cabrillo, the Panthers will play three teams that are currently a combined 14-3.
 Tailback Sherrod Hawkes is still among the state leaders in rushing for Hartnell with 628 yards and six touchdowns.
 Quarterback Dorion Isaak has thrown for 1,018 yards and eight touchdowns for the Panthers, four to Elisha Peat.
 Donyae Moody continues to be a menace in the middle of the Hartnell defense, averaging just under 12 tackles a game. Palma product Angel Maldonado has compiled a team high five sacks.
 A bright spot for Cabrillo has been receiver Corey Byler, who has nearly 700 yards in total offense.  Dating back to last year, the Seahawks have dropped 13 straight games on the field.

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