“We’ve had a lot of trouble with the Cougars in the past, so to come out here and put together a really solid effort against a quality team like they are is a great win for us,” Camarillo head coach Dennis Riedmiller said.
“I think a lot of the credit has to go to our defense. We really got after them tonight and I am really excited about what I saw on that side of the football. Our offense gets a lot of credit, but tonight was really about the defense.”
Camarillo (3-1) held Ventura to less than 250 yards of total offense and the only touchdown the Scorpions surrendered came after a blocked punt late in the game that gave Ventura the ball on the Camarillo3-yard line.