Blowout victory for undefeated Coyotes

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Buena Park High’s football team pummeled its way to a 70-3 victory over Western High on Friday, Oct. 3 as they scored over 50 points in the first two quarters of the game.

“It a good team victory, we did awesome,” said Buena Park’s head coach Anthony White. “It’s the first time in school history that the freshman, JV (junior varsity), and the varsity squad are all 5-0.”

Buena Park High’s football team pummeled its way to a 70-3 victory over Western High on Friday, Oct. 3 as they scored over 50 points in the first two quarters of the game.

“It a good team victory, we did awesome,” said Buena Park’s head coach Anthony White. “It’s the first time in school history that the freshman, JV (junior varsity), and the varsity squad are all 5-0.”

The Coyotes achieved their fifth non-league victory of the 2014 season with an impeccable defensive effort, which the Coyotes’ offense took full advantage of.

Coyotes’ quarterback Zach Taylor had one rushing touchdown on the night along with four touchdown passes. Taylor’s poise in the pocket and his unyielding ability to run the football in pressure situations opened up Buena Park’s run game.

With 121 yards, Taylor was Buena Park’s second leading rusher behind Marcus Loudon who grinded out 152 yards on 10 carries and ran in two TD’s.

Rounding out the Coyotes run game Friday night was the agile Mathew Sifuentes who ran in a touchdown from a punt return and averaged about 10 yards per carry. Sifuentes used his 5-foot-5 frame to quickly cut by players leaving many Western defenders in his wake.

“I still could’ve done better,” said Sifuentes. “I could’ve scored a lot more.”

Buena Park’s quick surge in points to start off the game was due to their defensive efforts led by their young defensive end Cedric Dashiell II who had two sacks and two fumble recoveries on the night.

The Coyotes defense showcased their talents since the start of the game with an impressive three and out stop after fumbling the ball on Western’s 5-yard line. The thundering defensive display forced Western to punt the ball on fourth down, which resulted in a touchdown return by Sifuentes.

At the half, any hope for the Western side had been overshadowed by the daunting Buena Park lead. Things got worse for the Pioneers in the second half as the Coyotes offense never let up.

“I don’t care what the scoreboard says,” said White on the sideline to his team.

Taylor kept the Coyotes mentality on scoring as he kicked off the third quarter with an exquisite floater to the left side to an open receiver who got just enough separation from the defender to make the grab and score a touchdown.

Western did muster up some positive rushing yards in the next drive to set themselves up for a field goal. The road to their only three points of the night was hard fought as Dashiell marked his second sack of the night during the drive.

“They better not score,” yelled fans from Buena Park’s bleachers as Western’s special teams made their way on to the field. Western converted their only field goal from about 30 yards out.

The conversion fired up the Coyotes, whose motto is “stay hungry.” The Coyotes extended their lead to 64-3 late in the fourth quarter from a pass up the middle to Will Latham, and London would deliver the final blow to Western as he ran in his second of the night to make it 70-3.

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