The Narbonne-San Pedro football rivalry, a game that usually decides the Marine League championship, has been a one-sided affair in recent years. The fifth-ranked Gauchos won the last four meetings and continued the streak with Friday night’s victory. Narbonne dominated from start to finish, defeating San Pedro, 41-3, at El Camino College behind an electric performance from junior quarterback Jalen Chatman. The Gauchos secured at least a share of its fifth-straight Marine League crown while keeping the potential for a perfect season intact.
Kameron is a 2-year varsity player and has also maintained a 3.56 GPA. As a junior, he got the opportunity to play more and scored 17 touchdowns that year. Kam was named First Team All League as a junior and has accumulated 1644 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns in two years. He presently has offers from Idaho and Syracuse and will make his college decision after the season ends.
Justin has played football in the Pirate Football program for 4 years. He is a 2 year varsity letterman and this year he is a 2 way starter at Tight End and Defensive End. He currently holds a 4.0 GPA. Outside of school he is heavily involved in the Boys and Girls Club as a mentor and tutor. He plans of attending a 4 year University and plans on majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
HALL OF FAME
Brandon played varsity football at Narbonne High School for three years and was a two way starter, playing tight end and defensive lineman. At Narbonne he was selected as Second Team All-State. He attended the University of Arizona from 1997 to 2000 and was Second Team All Pac 10 as a junior. Brandon went on and played NFL for 11 years, playing 4 years with the Rams, including a Super Bowl game vs. the Patriots, 6 years with the Chargers and finishing his career with the Bears. He is now working as the Offensive Coordinator for Narbonne and is his 5 years of coaching at Narbonne, he has been an integral part of their success.
Mike played against Narbonne his sophomore to senior years. As a captain of the Pirates, Mike led his team to victory every season. Mike went on to play at CAL where he was one of the top receivers in the Nation. Ford also played for the New Orleans Saints and was a member of the World League which turned into NFL Euro. He returned to Coach at his Alma Mater in 2004, where he still is today!
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