Charter Oak’s (California) Lou Farrar wins 300th game

Lou FarrarCharter Oak head coach Lou Farrar celebrates after winning his 300th game. Photo from Twiter.

Charter Oak‘s 45-21 win over Chino Friday night, gave head coach Lou Farrar his 300th career coaching victory.  Quarterback Matthew Takata led Charter Oak with 409 yards passing and three touchdowns, which kept the Chargers, who are ranked #22 in the latest High School Football America Southern California Top 25, a perfect 7-0 and 2-0 in Hacienda League play.

After the game, Farrar told the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, “It’s very hard getting to 300.  It’s been a long time in the making, with a lot of great kids and coaches. My staff is the one that really should be celebrated, not just the old man here.”

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