If this is how the Saints play defense all season, they could become mighty dangerous

San Dimas, which lost several key offensive weapons from a team that advanced to the CIF-Southern Section divisional quarterfinals last year, hardly missed a beat last week, opening the season with an impressive 33-6 win at Los Altos. But lost in Ryan Kohler, Dillon Corona and Tre Evans combining for 316 yards rushing, was the play of the Saints defense, which held Los Altos to one touchdown and 250 total yards, 65 of which came in mop-up duty by Conquerors running back Alex Tibbs. San Dimas’ defense this year is coached by former Wilson coach Brian Mustain, but head coach Bill Zernickow also credited the work ethic of his youthful, but talented group. “Coach Mustain makes a big difference,” Zernickow said. “But these kids really want to be better. We have really good chemistry. “(Last week), we did a good job of adjusting and figuring out what (Los Altos) was trying to do. Our guys played very hard.”
— Steve Ramirez —

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