CHULA VISTA Looking for a little December bowl game action? Look no further than Southwestern College’s DeVore Stadium. Come Saturday, December 7 at 5 p.m., two of San Diego’s leading community college football teams the Palomar College Comets and the Grossmont College Griffins will hit the field to fight for the South County Bowl title, which brings prestigious, fame and of course bragging rights.
“This is a very important game for these two schools. They have not played each other since 1994,” says Terry Davis, Southwestern College’s Athletic Director. “Back then, they met at the San Diego Community College Bowl and the Comets won 48-28. Palomar hasn’t lost to a San Diego County opponent since 1988.”
The Palomar Comets, who are part of the Mission Conference, enter the South County Bowl with a 9-1 season. They are ranked #3 in Southern California and #10 in the nation. The Grossmont College Griffins, who are part of the Foothill Conference, also have a 9-1 record. They are ranked #4 in Southern California and #8 in the nation.
General admission ticket prices for the South County Bowl are $6 for adults, $3 for children 12 and under.