SoCal Student Section of the Week for Week 3: Vista Murrieta BBC

Some student section have a tough going when it comes to getting some early home games. 

Others can’t get the opportunity to be road warriors with their football teams traveling very very far.

Some teams just have a lot of away games, but that won’t stop some student sections like the Vista Murrieta Bronco Bleacher Creatures.

While Vista BBC went road warriors on everyone, the Chaminade Cage of West Hills faced a friendly foe in Crespi of Encino and their Crespi Cabana.

The Cage showed to cheer on their Eagles and show some savage signage. In fact, did you know that the Crespi Cabana likes Nickelback? The Cage let us know that as Chaminade took the 55-14 victory over the Celts.

The Cage repped LA over the Cabana and the Bishop Amat Dawgpound of La Puente.

Over in San Diego, the Carlsbad Loud Crowd ran into the Week 2 SoCal Student Section Champion, the Mission Hills Growl Crowd of San Marcos. 

The Loud Crowd made a big party in the stands and made everyone know that they are the best in the land of the South. 

While it was a party in the stands, the Lancers defeated Mission Hills 17-7. The Loud Crowd was picked over the Helix Dawghouse of La Mesa.

Meanwhile in Orange County, we had another group of student sections that rocked it. 

Student Sections like the Corona del Mar Kings Krew of Newport Beach, Trabuco Hills Stampede of Mission Viejo, Mission Viejo Diablo Inferno, the Villa Park Black Pack and the Tesoro Titan Army of Rancho Santa Margarita.

But, it was the Edison MESS of Huntington Beach, otherwise known as the Mighty Edison Student Section, that topped the rest of the student sections in the OC. 

The Chargers faced San Juan Hills of San Juan Caistrano and fell behind real quick, down 17-0, but the MESS didn’t quiet down.

With cheers and chants, the MESS got louder and crazier as the Chargers chipped away.

Fog machine and streamers followed as the score got closer. Finally, once Edison completed the 24-17 victory over the Stallions.

It was a great effort, but in the end it was the Vista Murrieta Bronco Bleacher Creatures, repping the Inland Empire over Los Osos Grizzly Nation of Rancho Cucamonga.

The Bronco Bleacher Creatures traveled to Norco and they outdid the Cougar Den.

The crazy and endless chants and screams went well with jumping up and down. 

Vista Murrieta enjoyed the show in the stands and while Norco took the 49-28 victory, the tough schedule will prepare them for the Southwestern League, especially with three league home games. 

With the SoCal Final 4 set, the voting started and after 2000 votes, the Vista Murrieta Bronco Bleacher Creatures stood out on top and are the Week 3 SoCal Student Section of the Week. 

We spoke with Vista Bronco Bleacher Creature co-Presidents Jessica Stoll and Abie Nowak and Vista BBC co-Publicist Cassandra Moran and Venecia Zaia. 

You guys are the Week Three So Cal Student Section of the week, beating out Edison MESS, Carlsbad Loud Crowd and Chaminade Cage. What did it take to stand out as one of the best in Southern California?

Stoll: We’ve always had an amazing student section here at Vista, it’s one of our trademark things, but this year our BBC class has brought it to a whole other level. We’ve started amping our game up in any way we can and have made it a goal to reclaim our title as Most Spirited School in the Nation. To have gotten SoCal Student Section of the Week with just our away crowd is incredible— we haven’t even had a single home game yet! This is only a testament that the Bronco Bleacher Creatures are coming stronger than ever this year. 

What is your most memorable game you have ever attended as a member of the student section?

Stoll: My most memorable football has to be the Murrieta Valley game last year. We were on the road and took a bunch of students to fill our section. We decorated and brought giveaways to show that we are ready. We ended up beating MV and it always feels good to come out with a win against them.

Favorite theme?

Moran: Personally my favorite theme, has to be the pink out and USA. We’re trying new themes this year and we’ve been working hard putting those together, but our traditional Pink out and USA theme are special for their meaning behind it. We always have fun with it but it’s beautiful to see the outcome of our student body bringing unity honoring 9/11 and all victims affected/suffering from breast cancer.

Favorite chant?

Zaia: As broncos we have many cheers and chants we love to say. There are countless amazing cheers. However I think our favorite chants would be the BRONCO spell out, THIS IS BRONCO TERRITORY, or YOU WISH YOU WERE A BRONCO. Partly because it shows who we are as a whole, it shows that we have spirit, that we are united, and that everyone is having a good time. Everybody gets hyped up when these cheers come up.

What’s your least favorite chant that you hear from the other side of the stadium/gym?

Stoll: At Vista we cheer on our athletes. Simple. Our least favorite cheers from other schools are the ones that are aimed at our student section rather than their own athletes. We’ve made it a point that we don’t retaliate to other school’s taunts coming from their student section because we are here to support our athletes, not go back and forth with the other crowd. When the other side yells “we can’t hear you” we just turn up the volume. 

Outside of you guys, is there one student section that you have seen or heard about where you think, “Man, that is a good student section?”

Nowak: I have seen Edison Mess on Twitter and it is a very good student section. They have tons of spirit. We will be competing with them this year and are very excited.

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