In an important Southeast Division battle, Coronado survived a comeback attempt by Foothill to remain in the title hunt.
The Cougars' star quarterback Jackson Cofer accounted for five touchdowns in the contest as he carried the Coronado offense to victory.
Cofer opened the scoring in the contest with a 54-yard toss to Michael Simpson with 8:13 left in the second quarter. He would follow it up with a 40-yard sprint at the 3:40 mark but the Falcons would close the quarter with a 27-yard field goal to leave a halftime score of 14-3.
Gaining some ground in the tug-of-war, Cofer would quickly reverse bad field position with a 90-yard burst up the middle to make the score 21-3 in favor of Coronado with 7:17 in the third quarter.
After struggling early in the contest, three star quarterback Drew Doxtator would finally heat up marching his team downfield before tossing a 7-yard toss to Aedan Bartolowitz with 2:33 left in the third.
A quick fumble recovery on the kickoff would put Doxtator in business again and he would make it count finding Bryce Broadwell just a minute later. Adding a two point conversion toss to Broadwell, the Falcons ended the quarter down just 21-18.
The Cougars would need to turn to Cofer again and he would deliver after the Falcons gave the Cougars great field position following a muffed punt. A 2-yard score punt the Cougars up 10-points once again.
Doxtator came back punching again tossing a pass from 45-yard out that Broadwell would ensure reached the endzone with 4:21 left on the clock.
Cofer would be there to carry the day once again making sure the Cougars secure a game closing drive reaching the endzone from 35-yards out with just 47 left in the contest as the Cougars moved to 3-4 on the season but 2-1 in division play.