• Breakers’ Bowl Hopes Dashed

    I made dozens of Facebook posts and Tweets last night and was answered and followed by hundreds of Breakers fans, eager to hear the results and unable to go to the CCS Div. IV Championship game between the Pacific Grove Breakers and the Sacred Heart Prep Gators. To a person, they are supportive of the team and proud of them. It was a good one, but the Breakers went down to a powerhouse Sacred Heart team 56-21. Their ground-pounding style of play was more than our high-flying style could conquer.

    Breakers v. Gators 12-7-13Peter Nichols photo

    Reading back through my incessant FB postings and tweets, I’m reminded that our Breakers played a great game against a big, fast team and worked for every point they got. I hope they wake up this morning feeling satisfied — albeit bruised — and know that we were behind them all th way.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on December 8, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports

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