Without their best player and a slew of other injuries, St. Anthony’s Del Rey League game at Mary Star of the Sea on Friday was an opportunity for other Saints to step up.
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St. Anthony looks to remain undefeated in Del Rey League play when they travel to San Pedro to face Mary Star of the Sea today. Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m.
On the first play of the third quarter in Friday’s Del Rey League opener, St. Anthony senior running back Sone Aupiu ran into two defenders near the line of scrimmage
There is no historic football rivalry between St. Anthony and Marina High School. The teams haven’t played since 2016–a 48-21 Saints win that year–and have only met twice since 2004. But when the teams square off tonight at 7 p.m. in Huntington Beach, there will be plenty of history on the opposing sidelines.
St. Anthony took third place in the newly expanded seven-team Del Rey League last season and is trying to improve on that finish. The Saints won the league title in 2018. Juniors Hazel Castro and Stephanie Arenas are the key returners from last season, and freshman Victoria Valenzuela who has averaged two-over par in her first matches. Senior Charlotte Marquez and Sophomore Julia Klenk will also be key players this season.
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