Seaside football

 The result is all that matters.
 And Seaside is 5-1 with four dominating wins. Yet, the opening minutes for the Spartans has been horrific.
 Maybe head coach Al Avila needs to treat pregame warm-ups like a simulated game. Because the Spartans have found themselves trailing in five of their six games.
 The flame is flickering until Seaside is trailing. Then a fire heats up, as evident by them running off 35 straight points in the second half in Friday's win over North County.
 Seaside has clearly been a second half team, outscoring teams 112-13. The defense has been filthy with Daniel Sayre returning four interceptions for touchdowns this year.
 Point back to the two-point loss to Scotts Valley as a turning point for Seaside's offense, as it scored the final 14 points in that game.
 Since then the Spartans have outscored opponents 108-21 in the last nine quarters, with running back Keishawn Robinson scoring six touchdowns in his last two games.
 Quarterback Malik Jeter, who has an offer on the table from the University of Hawaii as a safety, has been efficient behind center, with six touchdown passes and no interceptions in 81 attempts.
 Complacency is all that stands in front of Seaside and a potential lengthy playoff run.

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