The only thing Arrowhead Christian didn’t do in 2014 was beat Nipomo (and Linfield Christian), but the Eagles did everything else on the way to a 12-2 record and birth in the Northwest Division finals. The defensive did its job, but the offense exploded.
Landreth choreographed a scheme that put 543 points on the board and accounted for nearly 6,000 yards (5,931) of offense. It didn’t hurt to have Bradley Mowbray running things through an attack that featured wide splits along the offense line. Mowbray threw 32 touchdown passes and rushed for 755 yards and 12 touchdowns.
AC’s journey to the final was its first since 2001 as they knocked off Cantwell, Maranatha, and Templeton to reach the championship game against Nipomo.