Griffin Football 2022

With a new season comes new opportunity.


Joseph Salcido, Editor-in-Chief

Fall is here, which means Grossmont football is finally back and the Griffins are looking to make a run for a conference title. 

Finishing 7-3 last year with a 4-1 conference record, the team has a shot at improving this year under Head Coach Michael Jordan. Grossmont’s offense had a great season last fall, averaging 411 total yards, 111 of those being in rushing yards. We hope to see that number improve with a 29-point average from the offense as this team is more than capable of averaging well over 35 points per game.

The Griffins need to improve on defense this season after letting their opponents average 355 yards a game and 25 points per game. If Grossmont wants to become a true contender, it will need to keep those averages down to have no issues finding itself in contention for a playoff spot and a conference title. 

Grossmont is currently not ranked in the top 25 coming into the season, but there’s no reason for the team to not be there come October. While the top 25 CCCA polls may not have confidence in the Griffins, these athletes go into the season well-coached and are ready to take down anyone standing in their way. 



SAT 17th vs Orange Coast @ 3:00 PM

SAT 24th at Moorpark @ 4:00 PM




SAT 1st vs Santa Ana @ 3:00 PM                                            

SAT 15th at Mt. San Jacinto* @ 1:00 PM

SAT 22nd at Pasadena City* @ 6:00 PM

SAT 29th vs Victor Valley* @ 3:00 PM


SAT 5th at Desert* @ 1:00 PM

SAT 12th vs Compton* @ 1:00 PM


*Conference Games