Boys water polo: Final standings from the South Coast Tournament

Newport Harbor’s boys water polo team defeated Harvard-Westlake 13-11 in the finals of the South Coast Tournament Saturday for its first title since 2007.(Image by Dan Albano, Orange Region Register) Last standings from the South Coastline Event: Champion: Newport Harbor 2. Harvard-Westlake

, 3. Campolindo, 4. Loyola, 5. Mater Dei, 6. Oaks Christian

, 7. Santa Margarita, 8. The Bishop’s 9-16:

9. Laguna Beach, 10. Huntington Coastline, 11. Foothill, 12, Corona del Mar, 13. San

Ramon Valley, 14. Dana Hills, 15. San Clemente, 16. Orange Lutheran

Mission Viejo football pulls out victory in thrilling clash with Orange Lutheran

  • Goal Viejo’s Mavin Anderson, leading left, celebrates his touchdown with Akili Arnold during a nonleague game against Orange Lutheran at Orange Coast University in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Image by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer).

  • Goal Viejo protectors aim to quit Orange Lutheran’s Kyle Ford during a nonleague game at Orange Coastline College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Image by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer).

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  • Objective Viejo’s Deavyn Woullard, center, captures a pass over Orange Lutheran defenders during a nonleague game at Orange Shore University in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Image by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer).

  • Mission Viejo’s Jamari Ferrell, left, sprints to rack up a goal past Orange Lutheran’s KJ Trujillo during a nonleague video game at Orange Shore University in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Photo by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Digital Photographer).

  • Orange Lutheran’s Josiah Hawkins, left, and also Kyle Ford, 2nd from left, celebrate Ford’s goal during a nonleague video game versus Objective Viejo at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Picture by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Digital Photographer).

  • Orange Lutheran’s Ryan Hilinski, left, throws a pass during a nonleague game against Objective Viejo at Orange Coastline College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Photo by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Professional Photographer).

  • Goal Viejo Jamari Ferrell, right, sprints past Orange Lutheran’s DeShawn Craig during a nonleague game at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Image by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer).

  • Orange Lutheran’s Cooper Vander Hill, left, ratings a goal past Goal Viejo protectors during a nonleague video game at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Photo by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Professional Photographer).

  • Mission Viejo’s Jamari Ferrell, left, and Akili Arnold, 2nd from left, celebrate Ferrell’s goal during a nonleague game against Orange Lutheran at Orange Coastline College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Picture by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Professional Photographer).

  • Objective Viejo’s Akili Arnold, right, sprints past Orange Lutheran’s Jackson Cloyd during a nonleague video game at Orange Coastline College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Image by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer).

  • Mission Viejo followers raise their hands as the team begins throughout a nonleague game against Orange Lutheran at Orange Shore College in Costa Mesa on Friday, September 21, 2018. (Photo by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer).

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COSTA MESA– Akili Arnold, Jamari Ferrell, and JoJo Woodland ensured a sluggish start for Goal Viejo on Friday night didn’t end well for Orange Lutheran.

Ferrell obtained the No. 3 Diablos back in the video game on the ground, Arnold aided provide their initial lead on special groups as well as Forest stonewalled his former team on defense, including up to a 37-35 triumph over the No. 4 Lancers at Orange Coast College.

The Lancers (3-2) missed a 30-yard area goal as time ran out.

The Diablos (6-0) trailed 21-17 at the fifty percent as well as opened the third quarter with a lengthy drive that placed them inside the Orange Lutheran 5-yard line. On fourth-and-goal, Orange Lutheran outside linebacker Jackson Cloyd obstructed a pass as well as returned it 100 yards for a touchdown for a 28-17 lead.

Arnold really did not give the Lancers long to celebrate, returning the occurring kickoff 94 backyards for a goal.

Mission Viejo after that compelled Orange Lutheran to punt and also Arnold returned the kick 72 yards to the Lancers 2, establishing up a goal run for Ferrell and also Mission Viejo’s very first lead at 31-28 with 5:06 left in the third quarter.

Ferrell rushed for 171 backyards on 28 lugs.

Forest came up with the secondly of his two second-half interceptions with 7:51 left in the video game, as well as Goal Viejo quickly exploited, as Joey Yellen struck Arnold on a 53-yard touchdown pass for a 37-28 lead.

The Lancers were able to pull within 2 on 23-yard goal run by Cooper Vander Hillside

Orange Lutheran rose to a 14-0 lead while holding the Diablos without an initially down on their very first 2 drives.

The Diablos started to relocate the sphere on their 3rd drive, mainly behind Ferrell, yet 3 straight insufficient passes compelled Objective Viejo to kick a 30-yard field objective.

Ferrell remained to select up huge portions on the ground and his 30-yard touchdown keep up 5:54 left in the first half reduced the deficit to 14-10.

Orange Lutheran pass receiver Kyle Ford after that made his existence understood, making a one-hand catch as he competed down the sideline for a 41-yard gain. Two plays later on, Hilinski found Ford open up behind the second again for a 39-yard touchdown that extended the cause 21-10.

Yellen discovered Mavin Anderson on a 33-yard touchdown to cut the lead back to 21-17 with 2:29 left in the initial fifty percent.

Seth Locke’s 5 TDs lead Northwood football to convincing win over Cerritos

CERRITOS — — Someone should develop a term for when a football player records four different sort of goals.

Whatever that term would be, that’s just what Northwood elderly Seth Locke achieved on Thursday night throughout the Timberwolves’ 51-20 gain Cerritos.

Locke, who plays receiver and safety, videotaped five total touchdowns in the game: two passing, one receiving, one rushing and also one defensive, on a 40-yard interception return.

“Did he do that? Well, that speaks for itself,” Northwood coach Pete Mitchell stated. “He might play quarterback, as well. He’s that sort of a person.”

Locke’s initial goal was on the ground, a 6-yard run out of Northwood’s swinging-gate appearance, which confounded Cerritos the entire video game. He followed it two drives later on with a 19-yard touchdown catch courtesy of quarterback Jaden Piazza.

Locke would certainly later return the favor with a 45-yard touchdown pass back to Piazza, complied with by a 50-yard scoring pass to Luke Demaio to open the 2nd half.

When asked if he had a preferred rating, Locke, that attempted to do a back flip ultimately area complying with the game in event, was noncommittal.

“I similar to racking up,” he stated via a toothy smile.

Locke was just one instance of the adaptability on the Northwood roster. Piazza threw for 2 touchdowns and also captured one. Demaio added an interception to his offensive production.

It was an unexpected performance from Cerritos (3-3), which came right into the game complying with a 42-6 win over Beverly Hills.

However the Dons seemed ill-prepared for this matchup. Starting quarterback Nick Lightell was drawn in the initial quarter in support of Stacy King. Upon going into the video game, the jr King led Cerritos on a 67-yard scoring drive, upright a 3-yard pass to Chaz Sanchez, making the score 23-6 with 2:49 left in the very first quarter.

But the Cerritos infraction was not able to find any kind of uniformity after that drive. King ended up the video game 13-for-29 passing for 136 yards and 2 touchdowns. His chemistry with his receivers seemed simply off as he regularly overthrew his targets or watched them go down rounds.

The one celebrity for the Dons was elderly running back Tye Anderson, who hurried 15 times for 99 lawns.

The Northwood defense made certain to earn King uncomfortable in the pocket. The protective line, led by tackle Xavier Cousar, placed consistent pressure on the quarterback, breezing past the Cerritos pass block.

Northwood (4-1) entered Thursday watching the matchup as a “confirm it” game. The Timberwolves had won three of four games to start the period, sure, but really did not really feel like they would certainly earned a win versus a challenging opponent.

Mitchell felt like he had a far better grasp on his group adhering to Thursday’s result, especially as Northwood prepares to begin Pacific Coastline League play following week.

“We knew that we needed to sort of show ourselves in this game,” he claimed. “We have actually been extremely privileged ahead out of the blocks hot, and we continuously do it.”

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Northwood 51, Cerritos 20

Group 1 2 3 4 Last

NOR 23 21 7 0 51

CER 6 6 0 7 20

Passing: NOR: Jaden Piazza 12-17, 179 yards, 2 TDs. Tanner Buck 1-1, 30 yards. CER: Stacy King 13-29, 136 backyards, 2 TDs. Nick Lightell 2-5, 5 yards.

Rushing: NOR: Mcain Mould 9 for 47, Piazza 5 for 20, Seth Locke 1 for 6, 1 TD, Nick Demaio 4 for 5, 1 TD. CER: Tye Anderson 15 for 99, Jayden Alderete 5 for 107, 1 TD.

Obtaining: NOR: Luke Demaio 3 for 79, 2 TDs, Travis Sector 1 for 53, Seth Locke 2 for 31, 1 TD. CER: Chaz Sanchez 6 for 56, 1 TD, Christian Dantzler 2 for 46, Noah Garcia 2 for 19, Malachi Santa Anna 1 for 4, 1 TD.

OCVarsity Student Sections Report for Week 5

Editor’s note:Manny Alvarez is composing for OCVarsity regarding the loud, proud, horrendous, cutting-edge and specialized secondary school trainee areas during the football season. If you have ideas for subjects, please allow us understand: preps@ocregister.com or tweet @MAlvarez02.

The Student Section Record will certainly be on-line each Wednesday throughout the football period.

OK, we should change it up a little bit.

It appears like we understand the same 4 or 5 giant pupil sections that are going to make it each Friday night as a finalist for the OCVarsity Pupil Section of the Week competition. We recognize this because we relatively have chosen the exact same group practically every week.

Villa Park Black Pack, Servite Asylum, Santa Margarita Eagles Nest, La Habra Clan and JSerra Lions Den.

We require a few other pupil areas to step it up.

One means to display your student section is by utilizing the hashtag #ocvfans as well as sending out videos and images our way via Twitter. Also, send them early in night. The earlier you send them, the much better possibility you need to get chosen. I must know, I choose them.

One trainee section I want I had actually seen earlier in the night last week is the Northwood Den. They not only showed their institution spirit, however they used purple for Domestic Abuse Awareness.

A win-win and a tip of the hat to the Den.

Maintain the pictures and videos having the hashtag #ocvfans.

Currently, exactly how can you obtain your pupil section recognition? I’ll offer you 5 instances from this past Friday from our Student Section of the Week Finalists.

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I reached see the El Dorado Hawks Nest when the Golden Hawks handled Valencia a couple of weeks back. The Nest rocked it, but a tough loss to their competitor is difficult as well as the pupil section got quiet.

That occurs, however they recovered therefore did their football team.

El Dorado took El Modena to the end last Friday and won the video game with an area objective in the finals seconds. The Nest was loud and wild. We intend to see them right here once more and commonly.

The La Habra Clan took a dub and so did their group.

The Highlanders obtained their initial win as well as we must expect them to consume an entire number of Ws from here on out.

The Clan has been consistent and also loud. They have likewise been encouraging throughout the four hard weeks for their football team. The difficult component of the timetable mores than as well as The Clan will certainly start to holler compared to typical as Freeway League play begins following week.

JSerra made their return from their Los Angeles County roadway trip. A month away from their home, the Lions rated by The Den. The Den didn’t disappoint. A loud and wild trainee area.

Great news for JSerra, they have one even more trip to L.a, well Bellflower to be exact, but they have three residence video games as well as a road game in Mission Viejo. Anticipate The Lions Den to be spoken about regularly.

The Servite Asylum turned up to Fred Kelly Stadium to cheer their Friars against Rental Property Park. Roadway Warriors! It was a sea of white as well as there was a special look by Clipper Darrell.

weeks straight as Student Section of the Week? It is possible. Yes, Vacation Home Park has a roadway video game today

, however it’s at El Toro. The Black Pack has actually traveled much farther than Lake Woodland.

The Black Pack took a good variety of trainees to Yucaipa, in San Bernardino Region, on a Friday mid-day, on Labor Day Weekend Break. To the trainee areas not feeling that I’m providing you recognition or OCVarsity is offering love, just follow what the

Black Pack does as well as you’ll obtain observed, I assure you. THIS WEEK’S STUDENT SECTION FIGHTS One video game today seems the leading student section battle on both sides of the stadium – Villa Park at El Toro. The Black Pack will certainly be attacking El Toro, but The El Toro Fanatic Show will certainly look to secure their residence.

We have not listened to a lot from The Freak Show this season, so we wish to listen to some noise from these Freaks. San Clemente versus Edison at Huntington Beach High( Thursday ): Charger Country will certainly be roaring as San Clemente will certainly be wanting to end that dreadful losing streak. Edison will search for some motivation from the stands. Hopefully, the Battery charger faithful will deliver. IMG Academy (Fla. )vs. Mater Dei at Santa Ana Arena: How often do

you reach see IMG Academy play your group? The

Mater Dei Den ought to be shaking. For as soon as, their football team will need them to support and send the Ascenders back to Florida with a loss. Objective Viejo versus Orange Lutheran at Orange Coast College: I wish I listened to extra concerning OLu Code Red, yet in a big game versus Goal Viejo, I’m expecting them to arrive. Code Red is a loud and also crazy student area when they turn up completely. Ideally that holds true Friday. Los Alamitos at Tesoro: It is a homecoming video game for Tesoro, so the Titan Military must show up as well as shake the stadium, simply like old times. The Titan Army was constantly a fave of mine. Fortunately is that the Titan Army

will turn up as well as freak out. The poor information is entering the parking for the video game. Home area benefit for Tesoro. Cypress at Capistrano Valley: The Cougar Den opened up the Student Section season by being called the Pupil Area of the Week in Week 0. Capo Valley has actually been on the roadway for awhile, so the Den will certainly burst out of their cage for

ther group’s return. Also, my employers at OCVarsity think it would be a fantastic idea for a pupil area get in a stadium by bursting out of a cage. I’m offering you the idea Capo Valley. Simply stating. The Most Effective introductory in football. The Tiger Cage pic.twitter.com/0CcemB5jSK– Kyle(@KyleSports757) August 25, 2018 Bishop Diego at St. Margaret’s: I’m aiming to assume which condiment is mosting likely to win the halftime race. My option is the bottle of catsup. The Kitchen area will certainly be going nuts on Friday. This trainee area obtains loud as well as shows their college spirit, yet they also obtain

extremely weird. I like strange, so win-win for the Tartans.

Kartje: L.A. NFL teams built to last through new stadium and beyond

  • An airplane come in for a landing at LAX as job proceeds on schedule for the brand-new L.a Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summer season of 2020, it will certainly be the brand-new home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Participants of the media explore the brand-new Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summertime of 2020, it will certainly be the brand-new house of the Los Angeles Rams and also Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

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  • Job continues timetable for the brand-new L.a Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summer season of 2020, it will be the new home of the L.a Rams as well as Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Work advances routine for the new L.a Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summertime of 2020, it will be the new house of the Los Angeles Rams and also Chargers. (Image by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Reps from both the L.a Rams as well as Chargers visits the brand-new Los Angeles Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summertime of 2020, it will certainly be the brand-new residence of the L.a Rams and Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • A plane come in for a touchdown at LAX as job proceeds on timetable for the new Los Angeles Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summertime of 2020, it will certainly be the new house of the L.a Rams and Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Kevin Demoff, COO of the Los Angles Rams, facility, discuss the development being made on the brand-new Los Angeles Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summer season of 2020, it will certainly be the new house of the L.a Rams as well as Chargers. (Image by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Work continues on routine for the new L.a Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summer season of 2020, it will be the brand-new home of the L.a Rams as well as Chargers. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Michael Marchesano, Vice Head of state of operations for the brand-new L.a Arena at Hollywood Park, discusses the building and construction progress in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summer of 2020, it will certainly be the brand-new residence of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers. (Image by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Rams COO Kevin Demoff, facility, speak about the development being made on the new L.a Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood throughout a media excursion on Tuesday. When completed in the summer season of 2020, it will be the brand-new home of the Rams and Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Work proceeds on routine for the brand-new Los Angeles Arena at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summer of 2020, it will be the new residence of the L.a Rams as well as Chargers. (Image by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Kevin Demoff, COO of the Los Angles Rams, facility, discuss the progress being made on the brand-new Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summer season of 2020, it will certainly be the new home of the L.a Rams as well as Chargers. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • A plane come in for a touchdown at LAX as workers on a boom deal with an assistance column at the brand-new L.a Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When finished in the summer of 2020, it will certainly be the brand-new residence of the L.a Rams and Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • Job advances timetable for the new L.a Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summer season of 2020, it will certainly be the new house of the Los Angeles Rams as well as Chargers. (Picture by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

  • At the end of their shift, building and construction workers board a bus near the where the 50-yard line will remain in the brand-new Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood on Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2018. When completed in the summertime of 2020, it will certainly be the brand-new house of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers. (Image by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG).

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INGLEWOOD– Amidst steel light beams as well as concrete columns as well as towering cranes, spread out over 300 acres of Inglewood landscape, the grand vision of L.a as the resources of the football globe is beginning to take shape, as well as Rams president Kevin Demoff is standing at the center of all of it, near just what will someday be the 50-yard-line of the NFL’s a lot of cutting edge location, wondering at the progress that has actually been made. “Genuinely currently, you can seek out and say this appears like a football arena,” Demoff states.

Two periods stay till the Rams as well as Chargers will in fact relocate, but the construction of L.A.’s new football paradise is now greater than HALF completed. Risers for bleacher seats have been set. Some high-end boxes have been constructed. The distinct roofing cover that will certainly enclose the stadium is now being built. The progress right here appears to see.

” You can truly picture just what it will in fact be like, being here on a Sunday,” Chargers head of state of football operations John Spanos states.

There will be plenty of Sundays before that vision comes true, but today, as the Rams and Chargers fulfill for the very first time considering that both relocated to Los Angeles– as well as the last time prior to both transfer to the brand-new arena– L.A.’s 2 NFL groups stand at an important time in the building and construction of their respective franchises on the field. At 2-0, the Rams show up to belong amongst the league’s elite, however they are walking a tightrope in terms of roster building. The Chargers have ample assurance making the playoffs, but they still need to place their snakebitten means behind them. The development both have made, while not as measurable as stadium building and construction, is equally as noticeable to any person that has been focusing.

At least, they’re building toward something. For years, L.a was the land the NFL had forgotten, long haunted by the specter of failed stadium strategies. The city was utilized and abused as utilize for franchises seeking a new arena in their very own locations. When both the Rams and also Chargers finally did move right here, they were either mocked or ignored, and also sometimes, both.
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However as building of their shared arena proceeds, as the physical vision of their shared desire appears, it’s ending up being far easier to picture a globe in which both the Rams and Chargers stand atop the organization with each other when their Inglewood NFL wonderland opens in the summer of 2020.

By then, the Rams could extremely well have actually won a Super Bowl. They made it generously clear last offseason that they planned to swing for the fencings this period. With two weeks, Sean McVay and Co. have resembled the juggernaut their lineup recommended.

But moreover, they show up to be a juggernaut constructed to last. General Manager Les Snead took unique treatment to shield that future this offseason, securing Todd Gurley, Aaron Donald, Brandin Cooks, and also Rob Havenstein via at the very least 2021. Marcus Peters and Lamarcus Joyner might sign long-lasting sell the future. And with that said center undamaged, there’s no need to assume the Rams will not remain among the organization’s elite much past the arena’s opening.

” We constantly felt if we might do our work appropriately, with the stadium as well as the group, we would certainly have the ability to captivate,” Demoff said. “I think we’re just damaging the surface area of what we can come to be.”

The only concern because absolutely intense future is exactly how starkly things could change when the Rams find themselves paying just what’s most likely to be among the largest contracts in league history for Jared Goff. Now, they remain in the privileged setting of paying their young quarterback just $7.6 million in 2018, leaving salary cap space for the similarity Aqib Talib ($ 11 million) as well as Ndamukong Suh ($ 14 million). Thinking Goff proceeds his rising as a quarterback, that cost will surely come close to $30 million, equally as the Rams prepare for their very first period in the new arena.

Philip Rivers’ agreement, meanwhile, ends prior to that 2020 period. He’ll turn 38 the December prior to it opens, and in an interview with Sports Illustrated previously this offseason, he expressed uncertainty concerning whether he would certainly last right into his 40’s. (Though, Rivers did claim he ‘d “prefer to enter that brand-new stadium.”)

The decision on his future is critical to the direction of the franchise business he’s directed so consistently over the previous 12 periods, yet in other places, the Chargers have an expanding fleet of young tools and also a handful of Pro Bowl players under entirely practical agreements. They will have to decide whether to do long-lasting take care of Joey Bosa (possibly) as well as Melvin Gordon (probably not), yet otherwise, the Chargers, like the Rams, are developed to last. Thinking, certainly, they aren’t left without a quarterback equally as the rest of their lineup is clicking.

In the meantime, the construction of that shared vision for L.A. football is continuing as set up. Both groups have been constructed with an eye toward 2020, with many of their major stars secured with then. Their particular championship windows should be open when the stadium’s doors open to the public.

After that, with its state-of-the-art arena constructed and also Super Bowl-caliber lineups undamaged, Los Angeles, the city when left by the NFL, might effectively stand atop it, with layouts on dominating football’s foreseeable future.