Just as quickly as the high school football season arrived, in a much-needed time for players, coaches and families, it’s already halfway over. The typical yearly search that most teams use preseason games for is over, but this is far from a typical season as most teams have had their season affected by COVID. In any case, the dishes from Week Five for prep football are in the kitchen sink, and the chefs are done serving up non-league appetizers; starting this week, it’s time for the main course. While most teams have been taking this preseason time to find their identity, perennial powerhouse Vista Murrieta used this time to ensure they are battle-tested against top Southern California talent, as did league-title contenders Murrieta Valley and Chaparral. This past weekend, in an un
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