(La Mirada)- “Our goal is to win a CIF championship every year,” says La Mirada HC Mike Moschetti.
Heading into his fourth season leading the Matadores, Moschetti has heard the complaints and taken the heat but will let his team do the talking through a brutal non-league schedule and a ever improving Suburban League.
“I know you guys to don’t like to hear this, but all I’m worried is about is tomorrow. We’re just trying to get better every day. We’re focused on now, not down the line.”
La Mirada has two quarterbacks in Kevin Dillman and Gerry Myers, a pair of backs in Johnny Hills and Adam Carrasco, plus throw in a plus sized offensive line, and All-CIF receiver Dallas Ship and you get why they’re thinking title.
This is without mentioning a defensive unit boiling with bad dudes featuring Koa Kaleopaa and Tyler Luatua.
“We’ve had a great off season we’ve worked hard all summer,” says Moschetti. “Ever since our last game against West Covina, getting beat by 29 points, its been our focus to get bigger and to get mentally tougher.”