seahawks allow 252 yards on the ground in loss to mt. san antonio
Four turnovers and over 200 rush yards were the major factors working against the Harbor College football team Saturday night at Mt. San Antonio, as the Seahawks saw two of four interceptions returned for touchdowns and a ground attack produce three touchdowns in a 59-10 loss to the Mounties.
Colton Glandorf got the start again at quarterback for Harbor (0-7 overall, 0-3 National Central Conference) and struggled mightily in an 11-of-32, 79-yard performance. Glandorf's first interception came on the team's first drive, after the Seahawks stopped Mt. SAC on 4th-and-goal early in the 1st quarter. The Mounties returned the interception 21 yards for a touchdown and a 7-0 Harbor deficit.
The Seahawks trailed 38-3 at halftime after Edgar Pina's 27-yard field goal ended the first half. However, another Glandorf interception resulted in a Mounties touchdown to begin the second half, as the Seahawks did not reach the end zone until 3:07 remaining in the game (Glandorf's 13-yard touchdown pass to receiver Corey Butler). Glandorf threw four interceptions for the game, while Butler caught four passes for 43 yards.
Linebacker Daniel Torres recorded his second straight double-digit tackle game, finishing with a game-high 11 on the night. Torres is currently sixth in the state with 66 tackles this season.
Harbor returns home for a special conference match-up against Long Beach City College Saturday night, as the Seahawks face former Harbor head coach and current Vikings head coach Brett Peabody for the first time. Game begins at 6 p.m.