Nov 30, 2013 2:50 AM by Bill Halter
The Lompoc football team was in the rare position of underdog on Friday night in West Hills but the Braves were not able to pull the upset. Lompoc lost, 49-14 at Chaminade in the CIF-Southern Section, Western Division playoffs. The Eagles took a 42-7 lead to halftime. It's the second straight year the Braves have lost in the semifinals after winning two Northwest Division titles.
Chaminade (11-2) will play Serra (13-0) for the championship.
Lompoc finishes the season 11-2. "We didn't play very well, we didn't block very well, we didn't tackle very well and when you do those things against a very good team, things kind of escalated from there and it got ugly. It was a tough one to swallow, but our kids continued to play hard and we still had a pretty good season and we'll just get ready for next year" said head coach Andrew Jones who is now 48-6 in four seasons as Lompoc head coach.
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