The following is an excerpt from an article that appeared in the Santa Cruz Sentinel and was written by Jim Seimas. Click HERE for the full article.
Cabrillo College's offense didn't have its 'A' game Saturday in Eureka, but the Seahawks' defense did. The Seahawks got enough of it to rally for a 21-14 nonconference win over host Redwoods.
"The defense played outstanding," third-year Seahawks coach Darren Arbet said. "It was a nice bounce-back win."
The Seahawks (4-1) were coming off their first loss of the season, a 42-23 setback to Reedley (4-1), the defending Coast Conference champion.
Cabrillo defensive linemen Ty Winn, Jesse Ehimare and Cameron Moore, and linebacker Gustavo Torres each had a couple sacks against Redwoods. The Seahawks also saw Justice Palms, Ryan Leonard, Cory Riley and Joseph Lowe record interceptions.
The Seahawks improved to 4-5-1 in the teams' lifetime series, which dates back to 1967.