Tour stop: Friday, Aug. 9, 2013
They’ve got fairly good numbers, just not a lot of experience. And that goes right to the focal point of the offense at Pac-Five, where Anthony Canencia is at the controls.
Canencia is a gifted point guard who plays for University High. In fact, because of his track record — broken collarbone as a freshman, broke the other collarbone as a sophomore — Junior Rainbows basketball coach Walt Quitan is a bit nervous about Canencia’s decision to play football as a senior.
Junior year? Canencia sat out, was healthy for basketball for the first time in years, and had a splendid season as their floor general.
(Note: When Pac-Five played Radford on Saturday, Canencia threw 66 passes. He stayed healthy.)
They lost a lot in the offseason, including standout defensive end Titus Failauga, to graduation. Yet Wolfpack coach Kip Botelho always finds a way to keep his team competitive.