St. Margaret's Caps League Season With 55-14 Win Over CC Santa Ana

The Tartans finish up 5-1 in the Orange Coast League.
The Tartan football program wrapped up league play Friday with a commanding 55-14 win over visiting Calvary Chapel Santa Ana. St. Margaret's will finish at 5-1 (6-4 overall), tied for first place in the Orange Coast League and earned a berth in the CIF-SS Div. IX postseason.
St. Margaret's was led offensively by quarterback Max Ruff, who had a near-perfect completion rate, throwing for 19/20 with 235 yards and 4 touchdowns. Running back Matt Arena rushed for 127 yards on 12 carries with 4 touchdowns, while receiver Will Viola hauled in 5 catches for 73 yards and touchdowns. Russell Frye (5 catches, 50 yds, 1 TD) and Maverick Young (6 catches, 88 yds, 1 TD) eluded the Eagles' secondary all evening. Nathaniel Kim was perfect on PATs, booting 5 for 5.
Defensively, the Tartans received big games from Battle Gideons (10 tackles), Reece Ballard (6 tackles), Angel Cruz-Sanchez (5 tackles) and Leo Curran (4 tackles). Luke Newman pulled down an interception to keep CC Santa Ana out of the endzone.
The Tartans will face Rio Hondo Prep (9-1) on the road in round one of the CIF-SS Div. IX Playoffs on Friday, Nov. 3. Please consult St. Margaret's Athletics social media accounts for tickets and more information.
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