These two schools are less than 15 minutes apart and the intensity of this rivalry is the strongest in town. The Coyotes remain number one in the CIF-Southern Section Western Division poll. The Chargers toil in the shadow of Calabasas, which is bizarre since the Bolts lead the all-time series 23-5 against the school on Mulholland Drive. Calabasas was looking to continue their winning streak into another year.
Morgan epitomizes what the Charger athletics stands for. He currently has a 4.0 GPA. As a junior Morgan was a first team Marmonte League selection. He’s a positive leader on campus and is excited to attend college and continue his football career.
Stone began his football career at the age of 7 in Fort. Lauderdale, Florida. Since then he has become a great student-athlete. He has played on pop Warner and high school championship teams most recently Last season with Calabasas winning the CIF Western Division. This is Stones 2nd year on Varsity at Calabasas as a starter and he plans on playing in college at an Ivy League school while pursuing a degree in Computer Science.
Alex graduated in 2003. He was team captain and played 4 years in the Agoura/Calabasas and was All-Marmonte first year as a senior. He was a wide receiver, defensive back and kicker. Senior year he had 10 catches, 178 yards, 1 field goal and a touch down. He went on to play at the University of Nevada, Reno from 2003-2008. His senior year he was WAC Academic All-Conference.
Braden played in 3 Varsity games against Calabasas and had significant contributions in each game on both sides of the ball. The Chargers won each game(31-7, 34-17, 49-21). Braden played as a receiver, defensive back, kicker, punter, kick returner and punt returner. In his Senior year, Braden had 3 receptions for 55 yards against the Coyotes and 2 of them were for touchdowns. Braden Lepisto was named an ALL-CIF player and went on to have a great football career at UPENN. He currently resides in Philadelphia with his wife and son working as an attorney.