North County football

 Put the eight-game losing streak that stretched back to last season in the rear view mirror.
 Yet, where did this offensive production in North County's 36-14 win over Pajaro come from?
 In their first six games this fall, the Condors managed just 59 points.
 The 36 points is the most North County has produced in its last 19 games dating back to 2014.
 Keep in mind that 28 of those points came in the second half. What ever was said in the locker room at the half, bottle it.
 This was the second week in a row that North County went into halftime with a one-point lead. This time it seized the momentum.
 The Condors defense hasn't played that badly this fall. Defensive back Joseph Barrios picked up his third interception to halt one drive.
 Barrios has also been North County's best offensive option. This time there were contributions from Diego Rios and Steven Flores, both of which scored two touchdowns.
 Pressure comes off when you get that first win. Now the goal is to finish strong and build momentum into next fall when North County's renovated field will be complete.

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