Los Angeles traveled to San Diego to battle for the last playoff position in So Cal. Both Old Aztecs and the LA boys knew they had to win to continue further in the competition so it was to be a major outing. The Killer Bees started at 1:00 after Bozho's mixed team of old boys delivered the first winning blow for Los Angeles. The Old Aztecs side commanded most of the possession but with Dilsaver and Lumpy's driving their team froward, LA were able to hang with the bigger team. But as the game wore on the home team wore away at the visitors and ran away comfortable winners in the end by 32 to 10. Good games all around especially by the new guy Luke Tillett.
The main game started with a flurry of activity, and both sides were scoreless until after 25 minutes when Old Aztecs swung across the field a couple times than running in a try out wide. The large crowd at Robb Field were entertained to some incredible defense from the LA side spending most of the half inside their 22 until a LA kick and some botched ball handling by the Aztecs left LA with a lineout 10 meters out. A clean ball to the back of the lineout and out to Chris Judd who distributed the ball to Lawrence Tuihalamaka who took it up the middle for a try. A successful block on the conversion deflated some of the momentum. The second half got under way with the scores tied at 5, and Old Aztecs went on the attack again, but through great tackling from John Yuhas, Bill Coffey, Josh Murphy, Judd and Co., LA held tight. They were suffering with injuries though, and the dam burst again after 20 minutes when Old Aztecs ran in close to the bar to take a 12 to 5 lead. Coffey suffered a concussion in the stand off at the line and was replaced, Josh Calistro took over at scrum-half and Judd moved out to fly. The solid barrage of tackling was taking its toll, but LA despite having very little ball kept on. The entire team wore themselves thin with a dynamite display but in the end the constant battering won out as the home team ran in another 3 tries. LA scored through a storming series of plays and the beast, Ethan Young went under the bar for Judd to convert, Old Aztecs moving onto the first round of playoffs; 33 to 12.