Immanuel traveled to Lindsay Friday to close East Sequoia League play with a 23-64 Eagle victory.

The loss served as the third in a row for Lindsay who closed out their season with a 2-5 ESL record.

Playoffs are still on the schedule for the Cardinals who will travel to Kerman on Friday for what could be the final game of their season.

Facing a team with a better record, a bigger roster, a more developed program and 2nd place in league, the Cardinals put away three touchdowns in three quarters.

Quarterback Abel Gamboa connected with Johnny Gonzalez on a 50-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to put the first mark on the board for the Card's.

The touchdown marks Gonzalez' ninth for the season making him Lindsay's leading scorer.

Immanuel held the Cardinals to a single touchdown in the first quarter but Jose Servin put the ball between the posts in the second to add three points for Lindsay on a 32 yard field goal.

The kick brought Servin's season total up to four to accompany his seven PAT's.

Gamboa connected with another Gonzalez in the second quarter for six. This time, he found Anthony Gonzalez for a deep 24 yard touchdown completion.

On the season, Anthony Gonzalez has six touchdowns for the season, with a scoring record second only to his brother.

Gamboa did it again in the third quarter when he made his final touchdown pass of the night connecting with Jorge Silva from the 12 yard line. Silva put away his fourth touchdown for the season on Friday.

Gamboa passed for 278 yards at 38.5 percent completion bringing his season total to 2,027 yards and 20 touchdowns.

J. Gonzalez led the team's receiving efforts with 166 yards on eight receptions. A. Gonzalez followed him up with 74 yards on three receptions. A. Gonzalez also led the team's rushing offense going 120 yards on 13 carries.

The team totaled 118 yards rushing against the Eagles.

Defensively, Silva led the team with four tackles against Immanuel.

Top defensive player Donicio Olmos made three solo tackles and assisted on five in attempts to hold back the Eagles scoring.

Daniel Avina made the lone fumble return for the Cardinals.

The Cardinals must now travel to Kerman for the first round of Division IV playoffs on Friday, Nov. 19.

Seeded #10, Lindsay will face #7 Kerman at 7 p.m. The winner of this first round will continue on to face #2 Taft.

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