The Oceanside football team suffered a 68-7 loss to Folsom in the CIF Division I state championship game Friday night in front of 5,311 at the StubHub Center in Carson.
68 is the most points scored in a state championship game, and Folsom quarterback Jake Browning, who is committed to Washington next year, took advantage of a depleted Oceanside defense, who allowed the most points in a game in school history.
“Yeah, they’re good,” said Oceanside coach John Carroll told UT-San Diego. “We were a beat-up team, playing a superior opponent.”
Browning threw for a total of 445 yards and had six touchdowns, which helped him tie the national record of 91 for high school.
Oceanside had a tough time establishing its run game and were only able to collect 12 yards rushing, while losing three fumbles.
There was not much help on the defensive side either as Folsom, who came into the game averaging 56.4 points-per-game, showed why they were the No. 11 team in the country according to USA Today.
The Pirates finish their season 14-1 with the CIF San Diego Section Open Division Championship, and their third appearance in a state final in seven years.