Bishop Amat, Charter Oak struggle at Battle of the Beach? Should both be concerned?

HagsBoth the Bishop Amat and Charter Oak football teams have plenty of production to replace from last season and it showed last weekend as both toiled at the prestigious Battle of the Beach tournament at Edison High in Huntington Beach.
Amat, which has to replace its leading passer, rusher and top two receivers, won one game and didn’t make the consolation bracket. Charter Oak did slightly better, making the consolation tournament before calling it a day.
Mater Dei won the event by beating Corona Centennial in the championship game. The Monarchs visit Amat in the season opener on Aug. 26.
— Aram Tolegian

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  • reality

    CO and Amat competed against the top football factories in the nation. What would you expect? Those other programs attract the elite talent from the western U.S. They have speed and athleticism to burn. To hope that Amat and little CO can compete year after year with these monster programs is not concerning. It is to be expected that they will be out-talented. CO locally will be fine. Amat may surprise people in a good way.

    • Spam Burger

      Sarcasm?It’s not like Amat and CO are relying on neighborhood talent either.

  • scotty bore as

    Fred, I didn’t see you there, are you just “reporting” second hand information?

    • FredJ

      Not there, was publishing Aram’s comments