2006 South Hills football schedule + analysis

Can the Huskies still do this to opponents?

The Huskies are likely to be up a division this coming season. No worries, they would have won Division VI this past season had they been in it. But this year might be a different story, though. Coach Steve Bogan and crew say goodbye to a dynamic senior class. The lower levels are stocked well, however, but they’re going to need some seasoning. Two years ago, the Huskies really boosted their nonleague schedule. It didn’t work well in ’04, but last year they hung in well with everyone, including D-1 Esperanza.

W0: Los Altos (Loss)
W1: at Trabuco Hills (Win)
W2: La Habra (Loss)
W3: at Claremont (Toss-up)
W4: Fullerton (Win)
W5: at Rancho Cucamonga (Loss)
W6: Walnut (Win)
W7: Rowland (Toss-up)
W8: at West Covina (Loss)
W9: Nogales (Win)
W10: Bye

Would 5-5 be so bad? Probably not if you consider the Huskies will again be definite contenders in the SAL. But at this point, you can’t like their chances against WestCo and Rowland enters the season with the more veteran team. By the time Week 7 hits, South Hills could be ready to rumble with Rowland and that game is a toss-up and will likely be for second place. The non-league schedule is ambitious and it could mean the team takes its lumps early. If healthy in November, SH will be locked and loaded for a run in the playoffs.

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