2010 Season - at South Pasadena Tigers

5th game of the 2010 Season

Phantoms 37 - Tigers 07
Record: 4-1, 0-0

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Kristaan Ivory - Cathedral High School Phantoms Edgar Barberi - Cathedral High School Phantoms Jeffrey Farrar - Cathedral High School Phantoms Da'Mari Scott - Cathedral High School Phantoms Cathedral High School Phantoms Football - Impact Players of the Game
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Senior Kristaan Ivory, Sophomore Zachary Green, Junior Carlos Serna, Sophomore Hassan Allison
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Phantoms in the News
FOOTBALL: South Pasadena routed by Cathedral, 37-7 By Sam Andress, Correspondent - Pasadena Star-News

SOUTH PASADENA - South Pasadena High School hosted Cathedral in its final nonleague matchup Friday night, but the Phantoms proved too much for the Tigers.

Penalties slowed the South Pasadena offense the entire game and the Phantoms were given great field position all night by their quick defense. They racked up eight sacks, with Hassan Allison getting to the quarterback four times.

Patrick Martin earned 103 yards on the ground on 19 carries, with a long run of 25 yards. Conor Bednarski was efficient with the few passing opportunities given him, going 5 of 9 with 41 yards and a touchdown.

While visiting Cathedral (3-2) (4-1) showed great athleticism on defense, the Tigers defense played well, too, forcing Cathedral quarterback Hayden Rettig to throw a late second-quarter interception over the middle.

South Pasadena coach Edward Smith said, "We had a lot of penalties. I'm not sure what happened to our guys. It seemed they lost focus and we just are not built to come back from that amount of penalties."

Heading into Rio Hondo league play next week, Smith seemed optimistic that his staff and the team can regain focus and gain a fresh start against La Canada.