Ocean View football uses all-around effort to beat Estancia, improve record to 4-0

  • Estancia corner back Max Perez breaks up a long pass to Ocean View wide receiver Will Earthman in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View running back Dezmond Doxey makes a big gain against Estancia in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

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  • Ocean View quarterback Noah Hickman is brought down by Estancia line backer Cameron Rheuling after a gain in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View quarterback Noah Hickman gets airborne as he leaps over Estancia cornerback Max Perez in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Estancia wide receiver Ryan Carrillo canÕt quite haul down a long pass against Ocean View free safety Will Earthman in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Estancia wide receiver Nathan Guyot collides with Ocean View defenders Jesus Ramirez, left, and Jonathan Gonzalez, right, in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View wide receiver Brandon Alcaraz hauls in a touchdown pass against Estancia in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View quarterback Noah Hickman hands off the ball to runningback Dezmond Doxey in a non-league football game against Estancia at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View boosters fire up the crowd during a non-league football game against Estancia at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View wide receiver Brandon Alcaraz, center, celebrates his touchdown catch with Kermel Anwell, left, in a non-league football game against Estancia at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Estancia running back Max Perez breaks away for again against Ocean View in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View quarterback Noah Hickman winds up to throw a pass against Estancia in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View defensive back Kermel Anwell, number 12, and free safety Will Earthman collide after breaking up a pass to Estancia wide receiver Damien Lambert in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View cheerleader Kaeli Jordan shows her face decorations before a non-league football game against Estancia at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View fans take a selfie before the game against Estancia in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View running back Rodrigo Adame sweeps to the left against Estancia in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Estancia band members knock out a song in the stands during a non-league football game against Ocean View at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

  • Ocean View head coach Luis Nunez leads the Sea Hawks against Estancia in a non-league football game at Ocean View High in Huntington Beach on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Sam Gangwer, Contributing Photographer)

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HUNTINGON BEACH – Ocean View was well prepared for its nonleague showdown against Estancia on Friday at Ocean View High School.

The Seahawks attacked the Eagles in every possible way and their reward was a 35-7 victory in a contest that matched two undefeated teams.

Ocean View quarterback Noah Hickman threw screen passes, swing passes and long passes and wound up going 12 for 18 for 126 yards and two touchdowns, helping keep the Seahawks undefeated at 4-0.

The senior also rushed 10 times for 61 yards and two touchdowns.

“Offense … We came out and performed,” Hickman said. “This was probably our best challenge. The whole team came fired up to play.”

The Eagles (3-1), who averaged 46 points per game coming into the game, were held to their lowest point total of the season.

Quarterback Jaycen Cash was Estancia’s best offensive player, rushing for 71 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries and completing 9 of 20 passes for 82 yards.

Ocean View has not allowed more than a touchdown in any game this season.

“Defense played lights out,” Hickman said. “We shut down top rushers every single week.”

After a scoreless first quarter Hickman connected with Brandon Alcaraz for a 45-yard touchdown.

Rodrigo Adame’s 2-yard touchdown run and Hickman’s 10-yard scoring run gave the Seahawks a 21-0 lead.

The Eagles’ best chance to score in the first half score came on their first drive when they drove from their own 40 to the Ocean View 27, but a 45-yard field goal attempt by Max Perez fell short.

The Eagles’ next three drives of the half went for 3, 13 and 20 yards, respectively.

A 2 yard touchdown run from quarterback Jaycen Cash late in the third quarter kept the Eagles in the game.

Estancia failed to convert the onside kick attempt on the ensuing kickoff, and the Seahawks had possession on the 50 as a result.

A 40-yard run from Will Earthman gave the Seahawks first-and-goal at the 10 and Hickman’s second scoring run, this one for 2 yards, made the score 28-7.

Ocean View’s 4-0 start is the best start in Coach Luis Nunez’ seven-year tenure.

“I’m excited about the win,” Nunez said. “I’m excited with the 4-0 start.”

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