Fisher first leaped over a defender to find the end zone from six yards out. Trailing by one and with 4:51 left to play, CdM decided to go for the lead instead of tying the game with an extra-point kick.
The call made perfect sense to Fisher in that situation.
"We just had a lot of momentum," Fisher said.
The Sea Kings called Fisher's name yet again. And he drove them to the top, running in for two points.
No one touched Fisher, just his quarterback, Brent Lawson, and that's because he handed the ball off to Fisher in shotgun formation. The two points gave the Sea Kings a 22-21 win and they avoided a blemish through the first three games of the season.
Fisher turned into a workhorse that night, rushing 31 times for 174 yards and two touchdowns. The next day, Fisher said, his neck felt sore after recording a career high in carries.
There is a lot of work left for the senior and CdM, ranked No. 2 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division.
Fisher will try to help keep the Sea Kings perfect Friday, when they play host to Newport Harbor in the Battle of the Bay at Orange Coast College at 7 p.m. The last time Fisher was on the winning side of the rivalry game was two years ago, but it was on junior varsity.
As a sophomore, Fisher said he ran for a touchdown and it stood up, CdM beat the Sailors, 7-0. The Sea Kings never lost that season, almost finishing with a flawless record, except for a tie.
Most of the contributors from that JV team will be on the field against Newport Harbor. Fisher names some of them, Lawson, Josh Giger, Frasier Anderson, Grant Garrett, Caden Stark, Liam Duddy, Kyle Sherburne.
As for the guys on the other side of the ball, Fisher doesn't give names.