“Coach was talking to us in the classroom about how we have to start strong and we had a rough idea of how their players were going to play,” Oswego senior Collin Moran said. “So we knew what to expect from them. We had high intensity in the first few minutes and capitalized on our opportunities.”
Daniel Avila, a rising star for the Panthers, wasted little time making an impact, scoring 5:13 into the action.
“He’s going to be one of our good players this year,” Panthers coach Gaspar Arias said. “He is going to help us a lot, and last year he played next to Omar [Carreno] and Omar was a role model for all these guys. I think Danny is going to be a top player next to Mason McCaw.”