Mission Viejo visited El Toro on Wednesday night, making them the third Sea View League opponent to face El Toro this season. The good news for Mission Viejo was they put two points on the board to become the first league foe to score on the Chargers this season. The bad news was El Toro scored 16 of their own. El Toro has now outscored their league opponents 51-2 this season.
El Toro’s intense ride and dominating defense was once again the cornerstone of their success. Blake Young (pictured above) and Josue Cabrerra were the defensive leaders as they have been all season. Parker Matthews paced the offense with 3g, 2a and 4gb. Tyler Collins (2g, 2a, 6 gb), Chris Garcia (2g, 2a) and Jared Vlach (2g, 1a, 4gb) also had big nights.
Next up: El Toro (6-3; 3-0) hosts Servite (3-7; 1-1) tonight hoping to show that they deserve Top 10 recognition. Then it’s back to league play with first place on the line. El Toro meets Dana Hills (9-1; 3-0) on Tuesday.