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Too many Mistakes

14 penalties, 3 turn-overs hurt the Tritons chances to over come San Juan Hill as the suffer the opening season loss 34-21. 

Oilers get pumped off the field

San Clemente can out of the gate and never looked back as the put up 34 un answered points enroute to a 51-21 victory over Huntington Beach last week.

Tritons destroy Dana Hills

Playing every member of the travelling squad the Tritons Iput up 48 points in the first half of Friday night's game.

The offense 1st scored on it second play of the game and continued the same on it next 6 posessions   

La-Mirada goes down in 4th Qtr.

Strong team effort pays off as Tritons finish off a get win number 3 this season 42-26.  With the Tritons up 27-26 in the 4th the defense steps up with a TD and Safety to secure the vixctory.  

Sailors sunk by Tritons 

San Clemente turned to its ground game for a big first-half start in a nonleague game against Newport Harbor.

QB Jack Sears and running back Vlad Dzhabiyev combined for 263 first-half rushing yards and Sears accounted for all six of the Tritons’ touchdowns in a 40-20 win Friday night at San Clemente High.

Red Zone failures hurt Tritons 

It was a back in forth for most of the 1st half and the Tritons defense held Tesoro to just 7 points in the 2nd half with 5 trips to the reds zone and nothing to show for it hurt the Tritons this week as they fall to Tesoro 31-22.

Tritons crush Cougars

The San Clemente (5-2, 1-0 league) defense shined against the Cougars (4-3, 0-1), recording five sacks, two fumbles and one interception. The Tritons offense sputtered at times but was able to lean on its defense in a 42-6 Sea View League victory.

 Tritons Humble Hawks

The San Clemente (6-2, 2-0 league) offense shined against the Hawks (4-3, 1-2), recording 49 points by half time , Allowing the second and third team players get some experience. The Tritons put up 10 more in the 2nd half for a 59-0 Sea View League victory.

 Tritons Man-handle Mustangs

The San Clemente (7-2, 3-0 league) defense shut down Trabuco on their opening drive with a takeaway and the offense put up 41 unanswered points until the 4th quarter. The 48-7 win earns the Tritons a share of the Sea View League crown for the second straight year. 

Kevin Kling and Bryce Wilson each had interceptions for San Clemente defense and C. Fotheringham 4-65, Liam Eldridge 5-48 Brandon Reaves 5-63 receiving.

 Tritons Wallop Wolverines

The San Clemente (8-2, 4-0 league) offense scored on the 1st three plays they ran and built up a 42-7 lead in the 1st Quarter inroute to a school record 70-28 victory over Aliso Niguel on Senior Night. The Tritons won their second straight Sea View League crown. 

Play-offs start next week at home as they take on the Sunny Hills Lancers.

 Tritons Limit Lancers

The San Clemente offense scored at will as they recored another shutout 52-0.  

The Lancers reached the San Clemente 16-yard line on their second possession, but turned the ball over on downs. San Clemente (9-2) prevented Sunny Hills from getting past midfield until the final drive of the game.


San Clemente will be at Sonora in the second round. Sonora beat Tustin, 42-14.

 Tritons Eliminate Sonora

With a 10-point lead late, the Tritons nearly allowed Sonora to claw its way back after the Raiders recovered a pooch kick and closed the deficit to 45-42 with 5:34 left in the fourth quarter.


With 1:03 remaining and Sonora recovered the onside kick, but McDonald’s first pass on the drive was intercepted by Kevin Kling to seal it for San Clemente.


San Clemente  (10-2) will move on to the CIF-SS Southwest Division semifinals.

 Coyotes Crushed by the Tritons 

On Nov. 27, the San Clemente High School football team took one more step toward achieving the lofty goal they set for themselves at the start of the season.


Playing host to Buena Park on a chilly, windy night at Thalassa Stadium in the CIF-SS Southwest Division semifinals, the Tritons dominated in all aspects of the game, emerging with a 63-34 victory.


The Tritons (11-2) will travel to play La Habra (12-1) in the CIF-SS Southwest Division Championship game on Dec. 4. The site of the game is TBA.

 Fri 8/28  Lost 34-20

San Clemente -vs- San Juan Hills 



Fri 9/4  Win 51-21

San Clemente -vs- Huntington Beach 


Fri 9/11   Win 54-7

San Clemente -vs- Dana Hills 


Fri 9/18  Win 42-26

San Clemente -vs- La Mirada 


Fri 9/25  Win 40-20

San Clemente -vs- Newport Harbor 


Fri 10/02  Lost 31-22

San Clemente -vs- Tesoro  


Fri 10/09  WIN 42-6

San Clemente -vs- Capistrano Valley *  




Fri 10/23  WIN 59-0

San Clemente -vs- Laguna Hills * (Homecoming)  


Fri 10/30  WIN 48-7

San Clemente -vs- Trabuco Hills *  


Fri 11/06  WIN 70-28

San Clemente  -vs- Aliso Niguel * 


Fri 11/13  Win 52-0

San Clemente -vs- Sunny Hills

1st round  CIF Playoffs  


Fri 11/20  Win 52-45

San Clemente -vs- Sonora

2nd round  CIF Playoffs 


Fri 11/27  Win 63-34

San Clemente -vs- Buena Park

3rd round  CIF Playoffs  


Fri 12/4  San Clemente -vs- La Habra 

CIF SS Championship Finals  

Loss 36-39

 Highlanders steal one away from the Tritons 

San Clemente High School football lost to La Habra in the CIF-SS Southwest Division title game, 39-36 after the Highlanders scored on a last-minute Hail Mary touchdown pass on Friday at Falcon Field at Cerritos College.


La Habra took its biggest lead of the night to start the fourth quarter following a four-yard touchdown run by CJ Taylor to make it 33-21.


San Clemente responded with 15 unanswered points. Sears ripped off a twisting, turning 27-yard touchdown run at the nine-minute mark on the Tritons next drive to cut into La Habra’s lead, 33-29.


Junior Brandon Reaves for a two-yard touchdown pass that gave San Clemente the lead, 36-33, leaving only 50 seconds left on the clock.


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