NEWPORT COAST — Dr. Drew Pinsky watched the action Friday night at Sage Hill School.
Pinsky, the radio and television personality, was happy to sit in the stands watching the game without too much fanfare. He doesn't have as much advice to dish out on the football field.
His son Jordan, a senior center for visiting Pasadena Poly, dished out plenty.
Poly dominated in the trenches, rushing for 370 yards and handing the Lightning their first loss of the season, 35-14, in the nonleague game.
On a night when Sage Hill senior Taylor Ross set the school's single-season record for rushing yards, it was Poly's senior tailback, Blake Edwards, who did most of the damage. Edwards finished with 275 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries.
"Sage Hill, we knew they were a good team," Edwards said. "But you know, our line came out today and we just dominated. Our line, our fullback [Yusef Burpee], we were really physical. They just pushed up front and opened up the holes."