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Tenth-ranked Eastlake dominates Grossmont

By Oscar Terrones A 21-point first quarter was all Eastlake needed as the No. 10 team in the county dominated Grossmont 35-0 at home Friday night in route to its third consecutive victory. The Titans (3-1) played confident, smart, and efficient on offense, steadily wearing down the Foothillers’ defense with a power run game, then

TITAN NATION – ALMA MATER

  ALMA MATER Eastlake High Conquering, soaring high, In the distance we will see our futures unfold Eastlake High Titans reach towards the sky, Peace we will seek, love we will teach, True hearts with pride As we’ve grown, We’ve always known we found our way. Years gone by, outward we shine Blue, green and gray

2018 Cross country season preview

By Steve Brand San Diego Section runners who are returning after finishing in the top 30 last year at the state championships: GIRLS Place: Name, School, Year Division I 17: Patricia Miessner, Eastlake, Jr. Division I duel: One of the great duels last year came in Division I, where Eastlake’s Patricia Miessner and El Camino’s Liliana

Prep Kickoff 2018: Mac is back is positive vibe for Eastlake Titans

The big story on the Eastlake High School campus this season is that former head coach John McFadden has returned to resume his old position with the Titans. Mac is back … and that can only spell good fortune for the program. McFadden stepped down as head coach following the 2013 season, taking 127 career

2018 Girls volleyball season preview

PLAYER TO WATCH: Karina Delgado (Eastlake)   RANKINGS School (Division) 2017 record 1. Torrey Pines (I) 34-4 2. Cathedral Catholic (I) 23-8 3. La Costa Canyon (I) 20-14 4. Bishop’s (I) 27-9 5. La Jolla Country Day (I) 25-10 6. San Marcos (I) 33-2 7. Eastlake (I) 22-13 8. Del Norte (I) 23-11 9. Canyon Crest

2018 Metro Mesa League football preview

By Steve Brand Capsule previews for the Metro Mesa League: EASTLAKE Last year: 10-3 Coach: John McFadden, 1st year Division: I Key players: Joshua McCurty (LB-TE), Lavonte Webb (OL-DL), Vincent Santos (OL-DL), Kevin Bateman (WR-CB), AJ Hernandez (RB-DB), Roman Coe (RB-LB), Parker Merrifield (RB-LB), Darius De Los Reyes (RB-DB), Jack Hay (OL-DL), Rich Colmenero (QB). Scouting report: McFadden is back

Metro Conference Football “Predictions” from UT

METRO MESA LEAGUE 1. Eastlake 2. Otay Ranch 3. Olympian 4. Mater Dei Catholic 5. Bonita Vista METRO PACIFIC LEAGUE 1. Montgomery 2. SD Southwest 3. San Ysidro 4. Castle Park METRO SOUTH BAY LEAGUE 1. Hilltop 2. Chula Vista 3. Sweetwater 4. Mar Vista http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sports/high-school-preps/sd-sp-preps-football-league-predictions-20180813-story.html  

UT preseason prep football Top 10 & Top Players to Watch

1. | Helix (14) | 13-2 | 262 | Highlanders right back where they ended last season 2. | Torrey Pines (3) | 7-5 | 236 | Veteran QB, RB and big OL — great summer 3. | Cathedral Catholic (8) | 5-7 | 217 | Dons are healthy and ready to challenge 4. | Mission Hills (3) | 12-1 | 198 | New QB and offensive