The last time Edison High’s Griffin O’Connor faced Westlake Village Oaks Christian, he played with a 103-degree fever. That was at the start of September, the second game of the season for both football teams. The quarterback saw the Lions again on Friday, and he felt the heat again. This time, Oaks Christian created it in the form of pressure during the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs. And the senior was not the only Edison player who struggled in the second half.
Brandon Moradian’s days can run long, and he’s only a high school senior. One of the first people to see Moradian each morning at Edison is his football coach, Jeff Grady. They greet each other around 7, and they meet again in the afternoon for practice. The day doesn’t end for Moradian as it begins to get dark outside and practice is about to wrap up on Monday. He has a job to get to at an ice cream shop two miles away. He makes ice cream, not the ordinary way.
Key Chargers: Sr. QB Griffin O’Connor (153 of 264 passing for 2,256 yards, 25 TDs and nine INTs; 63 carries for 190 yards and five TDs); Sr. WR-FS David Atencio (52 catches for 969 yards and 14 TDs; five INTs, 31 tackles, one fumble recovery); Jr. LB Luke Hoggard (111 tackles, 1½ sacks, one INT); Sr. SS-WR Brandon Moradian (three INTs, one pick-six, 48 tackles, six passes defensed, one sack; 19 catches for 259 yards and three TDs) Key Lions: Jr. RB Zach Charbonnet (194 carries for 1,470 yards...
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