Prep Football: Adair’s school-record 370 yards rushing not enough in Broncos’ 27-26 loss to San Marcos
Rancho Bernardo High running back Ivy Adair put together a school-record 370-yard rushing performance, but it was in another crushing loss for the Broncos.
The Broncos missed a 28-yard field goal with 31 seconds to go and were forced to swallow another tough defeat, this one 27-26 to visiting San Marcos Friday night in a nonleague game.
Rancho Bernardo (0-5) has now lost three games in the final minutes. It fell short to Escondido (28-27) in the season opener and to Mt. Carmel (37-24) two weeks ago. In both games the Broncos had chances to win it at the end, but fell short.
In a game that saw four second half lead changes, it was the Knights that delivered the final blow with about eight minutes to go Friday. Isiah Hennie’s 58-yard halfback option pass to Cory McKesson on fourth down proved to be the game-winning score.
Adair’s 370 yards rushing broke the Rancho Bernardo school record previously held by David Rhodes, who rushed for 325 yards against West Hills in 1999. The San Diego Section single-game record in 11-man football is 436 yards set by Ken James Jr. of Mt. Carmel in 2009. Adair’s performance would fall fifth all-time in the section, including 8-man games (fourth not including 8-man). Read more about Adair’s previous career-best day from a few week’s ago.
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