COSTA MESA — No one can call Robert Murtha a "Boy" anymore. The sophomore has grown into a one-man wrecking ball in his first year as a starter at Estancia High.
Stay out of the running back's way, or he might run you over on his way to the end zone.
Calvary Chapel found out the hard way in an Orange Coast League game Thursday night at Jim Scott Stadium.
Murtha ran all over host Calvary Chapel, recording four first-half touchdowns and finishing with 211 yards on 27 carries to help Estancia clinch at least a share of the league title with a 48-27 victory.
If Estancia had not pulled Murtha early in the third quarter, he might have recorded his second straight 300-yard game on the ground and broken the school's single-game rushing record of 324 yards. There is far more important business for Estancia next week on the same field.