It took a little while as neither team scored in the first quarter, but once Camarillo got its first score, a 43-yard touchdown pass from Travis Valdez to Christian Bernal to begin the second quarter, the Scorpions were never really threatened on their way to a 43-14 road win.
“We started off slow, but our defense is what kept us in the game,” said Bernal, who added another touchdown reception in the third quarter. “It was a strong effort by our defense.”
Camarillo (4-1) held Oak Park to four yards rushing on 20 carries in the first half. That allowed the Scorpions the luxury of a slow start offensively.