Bishop Amat Next: Lakewood, No. 4 Seed, 10-1

The L.A. Times’ Eric Sondheimer writes that Pete Carroll should think about Bishop Amat’s Rio Fuiz in football, he already committed to the Trojans in baseball. But they have a long wait, he’s just a sophomore.

Things you should know about Lakewood, their only loss is to undefeated Crenshaw in the opener 28-27, they crush teams they’re supposed to crush, and have notable wins over name teams like Long Beach Poly, and smacked the heck out of Newport Harbor last week. They haven’t lost at home, and win by a 32-point margin. Not trying to scare Amat Nation, I’m just sayin …

Know your opponent: Highlights of the Lakewood-Crenshaw game.

Read the Lakewood local angle from J.J. Fiddler on LBPOST.Com, Despite yet another slow start for Lakewood, the Moore League Champions cruised in the second half and took out Newport Harbor, 41-17, in the first round of the CIF Pac-5 Playoffs. The Lancers spotted the Sailors 10 points after just five plays, but 221 yards on the ground and more stingy defense from the Red Swarm was the difference as Lakewood advances to the quarterfinals where they will face Bishop Amat, the #1 seed from the Serra League.

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