Friday Nov 18 2011 comments On Any Given Friday Night By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Del Oro Eagle Nick O'Sullivan targets the end zone before running in for a touchdown during the second half. Ashwin Cardenas of Del Oro, lays out Joe Mangino of Placer during a run attempt for a loss of yards. Del Oro quarterback Bobby Heatherington, hands off to Nick O'Sullivan. Joe Mangino of Placer looks for space to run against a tough Del Oro D-line. Del Oro QB Bobby Heatherington, looks to his left before going for a two-point conversion in the second half. Brandon Monroe of Del Oro takes a Placer defender with him while running for a gain of yardage. Placer's wide receiver David Daniel is picked off for an interception by Blake Covey of Del Oro. Placer's Isaac Brahce looks for a gap in Del Oro's D-line. Blake Covey comes up big once again, recovering a fumble by Isaac Brahce of Placer near the Hillmen end zone. Loyal Placer fans pack the visitors side in Loomis supporting their Hillmen. Pictured left to right are, Lucrezia Ricciardello, Jessie Mello, Abbie Strickland, Hayli Hawkins and Eva Larsimont. Del Oro fans are caught Tebowing near the end zone after a touchdown by the Eagles. Del Oro celebrates near their home crowd after beating Placer 41-12 during round two of Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoff in Loomis Friday night. Del Oro running back Nick O'Sullivan runs through the end zone after scoring a touchdown and slaps hands with Eagle fans from left, Brook Vonfeldt, Gareth Lee and Dylon Lee. Del Oro junior Jstyn Strain represents the Eagles black and gold by waving their school flag after their win against Placer Friday. Del Oro coach Casey Taylor congrats his team after beating their rival Pacer Hillmen Friday night in Loomis. Placer senior Tanner Jay, shares an emotional loss with his teammates after their game in Loomis. Placer head coach Joey Montoya sees his season come to an end after their loss to Del Oro during the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs. Fans, friends and family of the Del Oro Eagles linger on the field after their exciting win over the Placer Hillmen, 41-12.