Canyon dropped its season finale to Valencia but the Cowboys are still feeling the effects of their win over Saugus, which finished third in the Foothill League, a week earlier. “What a rollercoaster,” Gutierrez said. “We were just hoping and hoping for a shot at the playoffs and we got it.” San Gorgonio (6-4) finished first in the San Andreas League, going 5-0 in league. MORE: Valencia puts finishing touches on Foothill League title against Canyon Senior safety Anthony Gutierrez credited the Spartans’ athleticism, but was also quick to point out they’ve been sloppy with the ball this season. San Gorgonio has thrown eight interceptions to 11 touchdowns while losing six fumbles in 10 games. “We’ve just got to rally to the ball and be ready for when they make one of those mistakes,” Anthony Gutierrez said.
Canyon QB Shawn Gallagher on the team’s anticipation for finding out about its at-large bid for CIF-SS Div. 6 playoffs. Canyon was aided by Oxnard forfeiting seven wins due to an ineligible player. @CowboyAthletics pic.twitter.com/1X3a5kMKBs— Ryan Posner (@ryanposner_) November 10, 2017