In a lopsided game, controlled by South Pasadena’s Tigers from the start to the final gun, the Tigers routed Temple City 56-0.
In an unusual game in which Temple City never punted, even on fourth downs and long deep in their own territory. The Tigers usually capitalized on these breaks presented to them which would result in a score.
Going into the second half with an insurmountable 49-0 lead, coach Jeff Chi decided to play his reserves for the rest of the game.
Once again the Tiger defense was a key factor in the victory as they contained the Rams offense and forced numerous turnovers.
Unfortunately, the Tigers made numerous errors that resulted in penalties that they will have to eliminate if they hope to beat this week’s opponent, La Canada. The Spartans are having their best season in years and are the top contender for the league title.
With Friday’s win, the Tigers record goes to 6-1.