The El Camino Warriors took a first period lead Wednesday scoring five in the quick 8 minute period. El Camino went on to score consistently up 10-5 at the half and finishing off the game 19-8. Adrian Trejo put five of the Panthers' 8 on the board; Jacob Bell added three. The pair currently lead the Panthers in goals scored.
"The guys are working hard in practice but we need bring those skills into the game and see the plays through," said Coach Carlson. "We have some big games coming up and that's what we need to focus on."
The men host their annual mini tournament Saturday with Occidental College and Grossmont College participating.