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San Marcos Knights vs. Mira Mesa Marauders – 8/30/19

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FOOTBALL RIVALS TEAM UP TO DEFEAT UNDERAGE DRINKING


“FOOTBALL RIVALS TEAM UP TO DEFEAT UNDERAGE DRINKING”
Opposing teams to sport red ribbons to highlight city’s social host ordinance

Mission Hills High School Grizzlies and San Marcos High School Knights football teams pause their longstanding rivalry to raise awareness of the dangers of underage drinking, during Red Ribbon Week. All the players will sport red ribbon stickers on their helmets when they meet up for a California Interscholastic Federation football game. Referees, coaches, cheerleaders and other school leaders will show their support by wearing pin-on versions of the ribbons. The goal is to provide students, parents and other football fans with visual reminders that it is illegal to provide anyone under 21 with alcohol or a drinking venue.

Visuals will include:
Players streaming onto the field with red ribbon stickers on their helmets in a sign of unity against underage drinking. Home team captain handing a red ribbon sticker to visiting team captain, who places it on his helmet (immediately before the coin toss).
Cheer squads performing with red ribbons pinned to their uniforms.

When: 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Friday, October 26, 2018

Where: San Marcos High School, 1615 West San Marcos Boulevard, San Marcos, CA 92078

Alcohol is the substance most widely abused among American youth.[1] Nearly half (48.3 percent) of San Diego County 11th graders who participated in the 2013-2015 California Healthy Kids Survey reported they had used alcohol at least once.[2] Negative consequences associated with underage drinking include alcohol poisoning, risky sexual behavior physical and sexual assault, and motor vehicle crashes.

This Red Ribbon campaign is designed to raise awareness of underage drinking, help parents and teens understand there is no safe setting for it, and highlight the fact that social host laws protect everyone from the hazards common to underage drinking.

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North Inland Community Prevention Program (NICPP) is operated by Mental Health Systems and is funded in part by the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health Services.

About Mental Health Systems
Mental Health Systems is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives in the communities they serve through mental health and substance abuse programs that provide prevention, education, treatment, and recovery services. The agency operates more than 85 programs in 70 geographic locations in California. To learn more about Mental Health Systems, please visit www.mhsinc.org.

Preview: Vista Panthers vs. San Marcos Knights – KUSI News – San Diego, CA

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Preview: Vista Panthers vs. San Marcos Knights Posted: By Ashley Washburn Week 13 of The Prep Pigskin Report showcases you a quarterfinal Division 1 match-up between #12 seed Vista High School (4-7) and #4 seed San Marcos High School (6-4).

 

 

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he Vista Panthers have a lot of momentum on their side this week after coming off a huge upset last Friday night against Ramona High School. The Red and Black stunned the #5 seed in a 23-11 victory, cutting the Bulldogs season earlier than expected.

 

 

San Marcos on the other hand had an extra week of preparation for this game, due to receiving the #4 seed and scoring a bye during the first round of playoffs. The Knights took this extra week of practice to get the rest of their team healthy and ready for playoffs.

Source: Preview: Vista Panthers vs. San Marcos Knights – KUSI News – San Diego, CA

SAN MARCOS HIGH FOOTBALL WIN IS ONE FOR HISTORY

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The San Marcos Knights Football team remain unbeaten with first victory over Vista since 1975 last Friday night.

The Knights are currently ranked #6 in the UT Prep Football rankings  for San Diego County.

READ MORE VIA SAN MARCOS WIN IS ONE FOR HISTORY | UTSanDiego.com.