IRVINE — You have to go all the way back 22 years for the last time Corona del Mar High stood at 6-1. That same year, in the following football game, the Sea Kings lost.
The Sea Kings almost experienced the same fate Thursday night. They didn't let history repeat itself.
Oh, did they come close to getting upset.
The top-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division survived, coming from behind to beat Woodbridge, 31-30, and remain undefeated in Pacific Coast League play.
The Sea Kings (7-1, 3-0 in league) haven't dropped their last eight league contests dating back to last year, when they won the league crown.
The Warriors (3-5, 0-3) got two cracks to become the first team to end CdM's unbeaten streak in league. With three seconds left, Donald Jackson attempted a potential 35-yard game-winning field goal.
The kick stood no chance as it went wide right. The Sea Kings began to celebrate on the field as time expired, throwing their helmets in the air.