Friday night I attended the football game between Arcadia's Rio Hondo Prep and Santa Fe Christian (SFC) from Solana Beach at Del Norte High (located in 4S Ranch, a community of San Diego).
Not just another game, this was the Division IV Southern California Regional championship.
While showing some of the traditional and non-traditional pre-game preparations and cheerleader acrobatics, the connection to one of the teams will be covered.
Occurring at the end of the game, it can lead to a legend of "The Catch" or "The Play."
A 32-yard field goal by Jake brought the Eagles to within four points of the Kares.
But the fog's presence began to creep into our awareness.
Bears linebacker Mike Singletary called the game that has become known as "The Fog Bowl" "a supernatural experience."
Eagles quarterback Cunningham said, laughing, "We could probably have had the whole team on field and people wouldn't have known."
One inventive fan seated near us announced a plan: "On the count of three, everyone BLOW. 1-2-3 -------."
Numbers that seemed to be floating in mid-air indicated that Santa Fe Christian led 24-21 at the end of the third quarter.
I was able to get this photo of Jake without his helmet.