News and Announcements
River Simmons, El Toro lock-down cornerback, will be talking his defensive prowess to the mid-west. The Doane Tigers, led by their 10 year head coach Matt Franzen, are excited to have River aboard their program. Doane College is located in the heart of football county, Crete, Nebraska. Last season, River helped lead a talented El Toro Defense, as he intercepted 7 passes including a pick 6 against rival Trabuco that went the length of the field, and another against East Lake of Chula Vista when he jumped a route and raced down the sideline for another score. River embodies all the traits of El Toro football. He is a young man of high character, excelling in the classroom, and exhibits honesty, integrity, and hard work in everything he does. Tiger’s head coach Franzen has a winner coming to Doane College in River Simmons, and all of us in the Charger Nation look forward to following him in the years to come.
The 2016 El Toro Chargers Football Offseason Schedule has been updated in the Max Prep Calendar. The daily calendar logs the football activity the players will be engaged in from now until the end of summer camp. Families will want to note there are some differences in this year’s schedule as compared to previous years. One of those is a 2 week dead period in July prior to Fall camp opening.
You can access the football calendar by either clicking on the CALENDAR tab at the top of this website or follow the below link:
Sherman, the El Toro Charger two-way standout, who dominated opponents on the El Toro defense, and also served as a wide receiver threat on the offense, will be taking his talent to the PAC-12 as he heads to play for Mike Leach’s Washington St. Cougars. Dillon was a key part of a stout El Toro defense during the 2015 season. He finished his Charger career with 178 Total Tackles, averaging 7.7 per game, 7 sacks, 2 picks, and 2 caused fumbles. Impressive numbers indeed, and now he takes his many talents to Washington State. Charger Nation is proud and looks forward to watching Dillon Sherman succeed on the field and in the classroom in the future.
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The JV Chargers lost to Mission Viejo at Mission Viejo High School 62-19. The Chargers now turn their attention to their final opponent, the Dolphins of Dana Hills who they play at home on Thursday. Standing at 6-3 the Chargers look to add a 7th win and finish on a high note.
The JV Chargers traveled to San Juan Hills for a league match up against the Stallions on Thursday afternoon. El Toro beat San Juan 26-8 and extended their win streak to 6 while remaining undefeated in league play at 2-0. Next week the Chargers have a bye before heading into play Mission Viejo at Mission Viejo High School on October 29th.