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Carlsbad puts it all together in beating Torrey Pines

This is what Carlsbad High football fans have been waiting for.

After an overtime win at Mater Dei Catholic to open the season and narrow wins over El Camino and Mission Hills, the No. 2-ranked Lancers played a near flawless game offensively Friday, scoring all five times they had the ball in the first half and the first time they had the ball in the third quarter en route to a 42-7 Avocado League win over Torrey Pines.

On the heels of a 27-0 win over Bakersfield Liberty last week, Carlsbad (5-1, 3-0) has won four in a row.

“We were able to execute what we practiced,” said Carlsbad quarterback Julian Sayin. “And we executed well.”

Sayin was nearly perfect in the first half, completing 14 of 16 passes for 210 yards and four touchdowns.

Of those 14 passes, one was dropped and the other incompletion was a deep throw just off the fingertips of Justin Johnson.

In the second quarter, Johnson made a fingertip grab of a Sayin bomb, hauling in the ball at the Torrey Pines 23 and keeping his balance before falling into the end zone for a 66-yard completion.

Sayin also had TD tosses of 6 and 7 yards to Griffin Rosenbloom and 27 yards to Nico Arboit.

Mason Walsh had a pair of 1-yard runs for Carlsbad.

Carlsbad’s starters didn’t play the second half. And the Lancers didn’t throw a pass in the final 24 minutes.

“Walsh really complements our passing game,” Sayin said. “And my receivers are so versatile.

“We knew all along we were talented. Now were executing, playing the way we want, clicking. And it’s pretty cool.”

Walsh carried 13 times for 65 yards and the two TDs.

Rosenbloom had three catches for 36 yards, Arboit had four catches for 65 and Johnson two for 71.

After shutting out Liberty last week, Carlsbad’s defense had 13 plays for 1 or negative yards.

Torrey Pines had 14 yards passing and 116 rushing on 32 attempts.

The TD came on a 14-play, 96-yard drive with Jake Sweeney scoring from 13 yards out late in the fourth quarter.

“You have to be disciplined against Torrey Pines,” said Carlsbad linebacker Thomas Weirich. “You have to read your clues, read the guards.

“Our coaches put us in positions to make plays because their offense can trick you. We had to stay home and read our keys.

“With this game, and after beating Liberty, I’d say we’re clicking.”

Said Carlsbad coach Thad MacNeal … “our offense made plays, but the defense was stifling.”

Carlsbad 42, Torrey Pines 7

Carlsbad 14 21 7 0 — 42

Torrey Pines 0 0 0 7 — 7

C — Arboit 27 pass from Sayin (Praushn kick)

C — Rosenbloom 7 pass from Sayin (Praushn kick)

C Walsh 1 run (Praushni kick)

C Johnson 66 pass from Sayin (Praushn kick)

C — Rosenbloom 6 pass from Sayin (Praushn kick)

C — Walsh 1 run (Praushni kick)

TP — Sweeney 13 run (Babcock kick)