"Tidehaven to shift gears to prepare for state-ranked Poth" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Tidehaven junior Kylan Sardinea (5) emerges from a cluster of defenders to break free and run for a touchdown, with a block from Micah Coleman-Longoria (66).

   Tidehaven had nearly 500 yards of offense in blasting Johnson City 48-6 last week, but Head Coach David Lucio said his team faces a totally different opponent in No. 7 ranked Poth this Friday. 
   “The Johnson City game went well. We wanted to put them away early and we were able to accomplish that,” Lucio said. 
   “Our passing game was on fire in the first half. 
   They had no answer for both Mason Perales and Austin Smith,” he added. 
   Quarterback Blake Garcia was 9-13 for 251 yards and five touchdowns. 

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