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Eastlake, California boasts some of the most competitive football in Southern California with Eastlake High School winning the C.I.F in 2009 and reaching the C.I.F. playoffs in the following years 1994, 1995, 1999, and every subsequent year since 2000 thru 2010.
Under the tutelage of Head Coach John McFadden, the Eastlake High School Titans were also Mesa League Champions in: 2004, 2006, 2007.
Youth football in Eastlake is equally impressive.
In 2008, head coach Clark Moses led his Youth Football Panthers team to the national championship in Florida in 2008.
All of the local youth football teams participate in San Diego Youth Football & Cheer’s (SDYF) conference, arguably the most competitive conference in San Diego County.
The following teams compete within San Diego Youth Football.
Founded in 2001, Eastlake Panthers mission is to organize and administer a youth oriented sports program which strives to build self esteem, teach fundamental athletic skills, foster teamwork and instill pride in the accomplishment of the children who participate. We will establish a positive, disciplined and competitive program stressing parental and community involvement. It is the goal of the Eastlake Youth Football and Cheer Association to afford all of players and cheerleaders the best character molding opportunities available through the pre-screened volunteers selected and the area resources. It shall always remain the focus of Eastlake Youth Football and Cheer to provide a value-based, respectful toward all environment for each and every member.
Otay Ranch Broncos
Established in 2004, the Otay Ranch Broncos mission is to sponsor and administer one or more tackle and flag football teams and their ancillary cheerleading/dance squads.
The Association will raise money, buy equipment, recruit coaches and secure playing fields in order to achieve the following recognized San Diego Youth Football Conference objectives:
1. Providing interested boys and girls with the opportunity to participate in an organized, supervised, safety-oriented program of tackle and flag football and cheerleading/dancing.
2. Bringing area youth together by means of a common interest in sportsmanship, fair play and fellowship.
3. Emphasizing fun for all by keeping the welfare of each boy and girl first, foremost and entirely free of adult ambition and personal glory;
4. Encouraging the qualities of good citizenship, scholarship and character that are important long after their youth football/cheer days.