The hits leveled by the duo sounded like head-on collisions. Ramos speared Crespi's Mikio Island at the 20-yard line in the first quarter and knocked the wide receiver back a few feet.
As sideline spectators were left wide-eyed and shaking their heads, Island was still bending over when he returned to the huddle. Gremaud soon joined the fray with some equally jolting face-to-face hits.
Bonny's defenders bounced onto the field before every new possession howling and screaming.
The entire team was yelling "Come on Beach" after the game in reference to next week's showdown with Long Beach Poly - ranked No. 4 in the nation by USA Today and No. 1 by MaxPreps.com.
- On another Bonny note, lineman Daniel Saipale said he expected to be back practicing today. The sophomore injured his right hand while punching a goalpost in anger. He still had a big bump and scar on his hand Friday night, but didn't have a caste anymore.