Pacific Grove football

 You can make an argument that the Breakers have been in playoff mood for three weeks.
 The result has been three straight impressive wins.
 Yet, the next two weeks will dictate whether the Breakers defend their title, or even get back into the postseason.
 The final two games are both road games against Soledad and Carmel, the two teams Pacific Grove shared the title with last fall.
 While all three could land in the postseason again, gathering a title, or at least a share of the league title ensures a spot in the postseason.
 Two teams are a lock out of the MTAL, which makes its battle with Soledad crucial. The winner will clinch no worse then second, regardless of what occurs in the season finale.
 Quarterback Noah Cryns has been on a different planet over the last three weeks, accounting for 15 touchdowns, running for three and tossing a pair on Friday.
 In seven games, the senior has rushed for 14 touchdowns and thrown 12, accounting for nearly 2,000 yards in passing and rushing yards.
 Yet, what had to be looked upon as a confidence builder was the Breakers defense, which has given up 30 or more points five times this year.
 After allowing a 52-yard touchdown on the opening play of the game, Pacific Grove clamped down and held Greenfield scoreless until the final minutes.

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