1986 Warriors

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Warriors Win 11 Games In 1986
2nd Place Finish in DIL

The 1986 Warriors fell one game short of returning to the CIF Southern Section finals. The 1986 team finished the season with an
impressive 11-2 season record; 4-1 in league play.

Behind a stingy defense, and an ever improving offense, the Warriors blew through the non-league schedule by blanking Morro Bay, 15-0;
crushing Rosamond, 35-0; outgunning Wasco, 31-17; topping Shafter, 21-0; and nipping rival Garces, 7-6.

In league play, the Warriors shutout Desert 12-0 behind the impressive running of Shawn Robinson. In the KV game,
quarterback Norman Villanueva passed for 137 yards, and the running of Robinson and William Richardson led to a 28-3 route of he Broncos.

The BIG game of the season brought the undefeated Bishop Broncos to the mountain for the anticipated league championship showdown.
In a tense game from start to finish, the Broncos defeated the Warriors, 9-8. Bishop would go on to an undefeated regular season as the DIL champions.

The Warriors would win their final two league games by defeating Paraclete, 14-0, and outmanning Mojave, 45-13.

The Warriors entered the CIF playoffs as the #2 team from the DIL. In the first round, the Warriors traveled to the nuetral site of
Burroughs High School in Ridgcrest to face the Trona Tornadoes. The balanced attack of Robinson running (100 yds. rushing)
and Villanueva passing (9-17, 177 passing yds.) led to a 28-0 Warrior victory.

In round 2, again on the road, the Warriors traveled to Whittier Christian. Again, the balanced attack of an efficient Warrior
offense and a tough defense led to a convincing 27-7 win.

The most exciting game of the year was in round 3 of the playoffs in Tehachapi. The Warriors played host to Valley Christian of Cerritos.
The game ended in a 14-14 tie --- and in overtime, Cerritos won the game in dramatic fashion.

Running back Shawn Robinson finished the regular season with 1,090 yards rushing in 192 carries, scoring 7 TD's. For the season (13 games),
Robinson collected 1,442 yards rushing and 9 TD's.

Quarterback Norman Villanueva finished the regular season with 41 completions in 106 attempts, good for 696 passing yards, and 9 TD's.
His favorite target was Dwain Peters who caught 13 passes for 149 yards and 2 TD's.

All-league first team selections for the Warriors include offensive wide receiver Chris Olofson and running back Shawn Robinson.
On defense, def. end Dwaine Peters, linebacker Jeff Leiva, linebacker Williams Richardson, def. back Carl Nobles,
and def. lineman Scott Gilbert were selected to the 1st team.

Selected to the prestigious ALL-CIF team were running back Robinson, linebacker Leiva, and defensive lineman Scott Gilbert.

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Game-by-Game Results

Sep 12Morro Bay 15 00A Norman Villanueva: 1 TD run
Sep 19Rosamond 35 00H Shawn Robinson: 1 TD, 189 yds. rushing
Sep 26Wasco 31 17H Shawn Robinson: 1 TD, 141 yds. rushing
Oct 3Shafter 21 00A Jeff Leiva: 1 TD, 37 yd. int return
Oct 10Garces (Bakersfield) 07 06HShawn Robinson: 1 TD, 64 yds. rushing
Oct 17Desert (Edwards AFB)* 12 00AShawn Robinson: 1 TD, 160 yds. rushing
Oct 24Kern Valley (Lake Isabella)* 28 03AWilliam Richardson: 2 TD's, 11 yds. rushing
Oct 31Bishop* 08 09HNorman Villanueva: 1 TD run
Nov 7Paraclete (Lancaster)* 14 00HNorman Villanueva: 1 TD run
Nov 14Mojave* 45 13AShawn Robinson: 2 TD's, 186 yds. rushing

* Denotes League Game

CIF Southern Section Playoffs

Nov 21Trona 28 00A Shawn Robinson: 1 TD, 100 yds. rushing
Nov 28Whittier Christian 27 07AShawn Robinson: 1 TD, 143 yds. rushing
Dec 5Valley Christian (Cerritos) 14 21HWilliam Richardson: 2 TD's