Photos: St. Joseph hosts San Luis Obispo in preseason scrimmage Aug 16, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save 081619SLOSJ12.jpg St. Joseph's Devin Guggia (2) and Noe Carlos get ready for Friday's scrimmage against San Luis Obispo. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ02.jpg St. Joseph quarterback Mark Crisp delivers a pass during Friday's scrimmage against San Luis Obispo. Crisp looked sharp in the scrimmage, throwing three touchdown passes. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ01.jpg St. Joseph's Devin Guggia breaks off a long run during Friday's scrimmage against San Luis Obispo. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ03.jpg San Luis Obispo receiver Carson Leedom catches a touchdown on Friday against St. Joseph in a scrimmage. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ04.jpg 081619SLOSJ05.jpg San Luis Obispo quarterback Emilio Corona delivers a pass in a scrimmage against St. Joseph. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ06.jpg St. Joseph running back Devin Guggia carries the ball Friday in the scrimmage against San Luis Obispo. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ07.jpg St. Joseph linebacker Jayce Gamble leaves the field during Friday's scrimmage against San Luis Obispo. Joe Bailey, Staff 081619SLOSJ08.jpg 081619SLOSJ09.jpg 081619SLOSJ10.jpg 081619SLOSJ11.jpg As featured on +4 Preseason football: St. Joseph hosts San Luis Obispo in scrimmage a week before season kicks off With so many new pieces being put in place, St. Joseph football coach Pepe Villasenor had to… +5 Football: Santa Maria sees room for improvement while Cabrillo impresses at scrimmage Nineteen players strong, Cabrillo made a solid showing at a three-way football scrimmage at Santa Maria High School's Ralph Baldiviez Stadium Friday night.With 19 players suited up, the Conquistadores held their own against Laguna Hills and decisively out-played host Santa Maria, which was without star running back Sammy Herrera. +6 Football, California's most popular sport, sees participation fall for fourth year in a row. How is the Central Coast affected? Football is, by far, the most popular high school sport in California.But, according to a report released by the CIF, participation in the sport is dropping across the state. Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Most Popular VOTE - POTW: Martinez, Macias, Rush, Nunez among those up for Player of the Week Streets around Santa Maria High School to be closed due to resurfacing project Santa Maria teen arrested on firearms, robbery charges Righetti overwhelms Bakersfield Centennial, moves to 4-0 Fiesta Car Show in Santa Maria packed with vehicles as event’s popularity grows View All Promotions promotion spotlight How much do you know about Mother's Day? promotion spotlight AP Are you ready for retirement?