Tyler Baty threw for 188 yards and three touchdowns, Michael Cardwell had a 72-yard punt return for a touchdown, and the Mission Prep football team won its season opener 40-7 on Friday at Fillmore.
Baty finished 7-for-14 passing, with all three touchdowns in the first half. Andy Rowley had two long touchdown catches for Mission Prep, one for 62 yards in the first quarter and another for 63 yards in the second. Rowley finished with three catches for 128 yards, and Joey Hall added three catches for 47 yards and a touchdown.
After months of hard work in the weight room, field, and classroom. The 2012 edition of Royals football will hit the field tonight to take on the Fillmore Flashes.
Behind a stout returning group, the Royals will look to senior leadership from quarterback Tyler Baty to lead the way. Also, seniors Joey Hall, Andrew DaRosa, Andrew DeSesa will also be making some noise.
To read more on the Royals for the upcomming year check out the links below.
Today we celebrated Royal Day at MCP and recognized the various successes of our students over this past year. The success celebration is always impactful as students are honored for the incredible accomplishments they have achieved. Click the link below to see the list of this year's winners and congratulations to all of our students on their tremendous year at MCP.
Mission College Preparatory Catholic High School proudly announces that Jenna Dunbar, Bri Harvey and Kaylee Williams will continue their basketball careers in College next year. Click on the link below to read the press release and see where they are headed!
The Tribune released their annual basketball honors with a host of Royals making the list
Jenna Dunbar (Sr.) - County Player of the Year
Bri Harvey (Sr.)- First Team All County
Kaylee Williams (Sr.) - Second Team All County
Connor Storlie (So.) - Honorable Mention
Morgan Liebscher (Jr.)- Honorable Mention
Mission College Prep senior Blythe Berg will represent San Luis Obispo County at the California State “Poetry Out Loud” competition March 25-26 in Sacramento. Berg, a resident of Paso Robles, won the countywide competition in February.
Joannie Hamm, Berg’s English teacher, will accompany her. This is the third time in six years that one of Hamm’s Mission College Prep students will face winners from other California counties at the statewide competition.