Football’s first league game against Woodbridge Warriors

The Trojans kicked off the first Pacific Coast League game of the season tonight, October 11, against Woodbridge High School (WHS). The Trojans started off strong, scoring a touchdown within the first two minutes of the first half to take a 7-0 lead. Unfortunately for UHS, the Trojans soon lost their momentum, and the WHS Warriors piled on 51 unanswered points. With play winding down in the fourth, quarterback Neil Boudreau (So.) completed a fantastic 20 yard pass on a fade route run by wide receiver Omar Diab (Sr.) for a touchdown despite a pass interference penalty committed by the defense. The spectacular play, easily one of the best of the season, was one of the lone bright spots in game that concluded with a final score of 51-14 in favor of WHS.
staff writer