A week after sophomore quarterback Trey Tinsley had a rough night and the offense failed to score a touchdown, El Toro and Tinsley got on track and ran away from Capistrano Valley.
Score: El Toro 40, Capistrano Valley 12
Key Stats: Trey Tinsley passed 315 yards and five touchdowns, of 17, 42, 44, 21 and 67 yards.
Pivotal Moment: El Toro scored first but Capistrano Valley answered with 91 seconds left in the first quarter. Then, the Chargers answered back, scoring 20 seconds into the second quarter on Trey Tinsley’s 42-yard pass to Dominic Collins. Suddenly, the Chargers were rolling.
Records: El Toro (1-1), Capistrano Valley (1-1)
Notes: Collins caught two touchdown passes, of 42 and 44 yards. … Taylor Dodds also caught two scoring strikes, of 21 and 67 yards. … Garrett Gardner caught a 17-yarder for a 6-0 lead. … Though Aaron Ball missed the first PAT, he made the next four and two field goals, a 37-yarder with 21 seconds left in the half for a 23-6 lead, and a 30-yarder in the fourth quarter. … Marcus DeSantis rushed for 163 yards for the Chargers. … Capo Valley got 111 yards passing from Matt Gordon, which included a 53-yard touchdown pass to Cole Muusse to make it 30-12 in the third quarter. … 35 seconds later, Tinsley hit Dodds for 67 yards. … Next week El Toro plays host to Corona del Mar (2-0), which scored a 35-14 victory over Laguna Hills. … Capo Valley, which hopes to contend for the Sea View League title with Corona del Mar, plays host to Esperanza (1-1), a 16-0 loser to Santa Fe Springs Santa Fe.