There are blowouts, and then there is Tustin's 82-7 homecoming victory over Anaheim (Calif.) Western, which brought the Tillers' season record to 9-0.
Touchdowns were spread throughout the team's talented offense; running back Terence Martinez scored four touchdowns and also had a few key plays on defense, including an interception for a 75-yard return in the third quarter, getting the ball to prime scoring position.
Linebacker Edward Tandy, whose offers include California, Colorado, Washington, and Nevada, also had some big plays, including a 76-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, one of his many touchdowns of the night. Tandy said after the game that he will be unofficially be visiting Cal on November 10th.
Running back Davonte Young was another big scorer for the Tillers with multiple touchdowns. Young, who has been hearing from most of the Pac-12, said post-game that he is focused on his academics rather than recruiting and is putting in all of his effort to ensure his eligibility.
Linebacker Marshaun Daniel (Houston, UNLV, and Nevada offers) had a few big hits on defense, but also accounted for two of the Tillers' touchdowns.
Center David Maka also impressed; an explosive player, Maka, whose offers include Utah, UCLA, and San Diego State, looks to be every bit of the 6-foot-5, 305-pounds that he's listed.
After the game, both Maka and Young took an unofficial visit to Arizona.