It’s a seaside day on Saturday in Honolulu for Mission Viejo soccer gamers after they took care of enterprise Friday night time with a 34-21 season-opening soccer victory over Mililani.
Quarterback Kadin Semonza, a Ball State commit, handed for a landing and ran for a landing to present the Diablos a 14-0 first-quarter lead.
However the Diablos struggled with their tackling, coach Chad Johnson stated. And several other gamers had flu-like signs earlier within the week.
“I think we’re still going to have a great team,” Johnson stated. “We had some challenges throughout the week. We have a bye week, will fix mistakes and prepare for Servite.”
Mission Viejo will return house Sunday and put together for an Aug. 26 sport in opposition to Servite.
Johnson singled out on protection security Mikey Damato, who had an interception, and defensive finish Jonathan Becerra.
Warren would be the subsequent Southern California workforce taking part in in Hawaii, taking part in Saturday night time.