El Camino returns a lot of talent from a team that struggled in Division 1. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Wildcats.
1-9 (0-5) CIF Division 1, 1st round
Michael Hobbs, 3rd season, 9-15 overall record
Offense – 6. Defense – 10.
TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYERS
QB Joey Armentrout 5-11, 170, sr.
WR Jordan Wilkins 6-0, 185, sr.
ATH Zion Jackson 6-1, 170, jr.
WR Alex Fetko 5-6, 140, sr.
TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYERS
DL Isaac Tinoisamoa 5-11, 290, sr.
DL Jonathan Tuitasi, 6-0, 260, sr.
DB Shy Marshall 6-0, 170, sr.
LB Noah Sega 5-11, 170, jr.
THREE TO SEE
Joey Armentrout, quarterback
Expected to step in and run the offense following his transfer from Mission Hills.
Isaac Tinoisamoa, defensive lineman
One of the best in the county at stopping the run.
Jordan Wilkins, wide receiver
Had 54 catches as a junior; should see that number rise significantly as a senior.
The Wildcats had the county’s second-highest strength of schedule in 2018 and will challenge themselves once again with much of the same.
With some talented offensive weapons and lots of experience on defense, El Camino has the ability to shock some teams in the Avocado League.
After El Camino’s season-opening win last season they dropped nine in a row to finish, though they were all against Division 1 teams, who combined to win 67 games a year ago.
Aug 23: at Point Loma, 7pm
Aug 30: Lincoln, 7:15pm
Sep 13: La Costa Canyon, 7pm
Sep 20: Torrey Pines, 7pm
Sep 27: at Eastlake, 7pm
Oct 4: Rancho Bernardo, 7:15pm
Oct 11: at San Marcos, 7pm
Oct 18: at Carlsbad, 7pm
Oct 25: Mission Hills, 7pm
Nov 1: at Oceanside, 7pm