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Film study almost like a family holiday for Ethan Garbers from Corona del Mar.

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Thanksgiving is about football and family.

Unfortunately, for the Garbers brothers, football did not keep them together during the holidays this year. Chase, who is the California quarterback, is preparing with the Golden Bears for the regular season finale of the team at UCLA, while younger brother Ethan has his own matchup this weekend. He leads Corona del Mar High against Simi Valley Grace Brethren in the CIF Southern Section Division 3 championship game Friday at 7:30 PM. at Newport Harbor High.

It prevents them from receiving an extra film session together, because family time is the same as film study time for the Garbers brothers.

“Throwing football or watching a movie. That is a way we spend time together, & # 39; said Ethan. “Every time he comes home, we always turn on a movie and watch how the defenses of universities work, because defenses at universities and high schools are very different. He teaches me a little bit about all the new things and shows me what to look for and so on. He is extremely helpful and he is a great resource to have and I am grateful to him. "

Chase & # 39; s custody began during his junior season in Corona del Mar when Ethan was in eighth grade. Ethan was curious about the approaching opponents of the Sea Kings, so he would watch Chase study the defense he was about to counter.

& # 39; He would turn it on. We just watched and had fun together, & # 39; Ethan said before admitting: & # 39; When I started, I didn't like it that much. But now I like to watch movies. I turn it on for three hours and just sit in bed and watch it. It's fun now. He taught me a different way to look at it and not just view it, but to actually study it and how to do it.

"You don't just look at one thing. You have to look at many different things. You have to look at what the attack does, how the defense is arranged in different formations, everything and what they do in an instant. Some defenses, they change what we do with each snap. I mean, if you really study and really know what you're looking at, the game will be 10 times easier. "

Ethan is a code breaker before the ball is broken while he works to decipher what the opponent is doing. If he sees an excerpt he saw while watching a movie, he tries to exploit it. It has been handy for the four-star quarterback prospect this season because he has set several school records, including throwing for eight touchdowns and 491 yards in the season opener of the Sea Kings. For the year, Ethan has 4,342 yards along yards with 62 touchdowns and only five interceptions in 13 games.

He has a dynamic collection of pass-catchers, including John Humphreys (dedicated to Stanford) and a tight finish line Mark Redman. Garbers will continue to target Redman for the next four years, as both are determined to play in Washington.

Corona del Mar High quarterback Ethan Garbers plays for a CIF-Southern Section Division 3 title on Friday.

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"It's amazing to take one of my best friends with me because I can be close to someone and we both go at the same time. So it's going to be fun, & # 39; Ethan said." When I went to Seattle, I got used to I fell in love with the area and had family living there, which is another plus, plus what the coaches have been able to do and how successful they have been is really good, my goal is to be the best player I can be and to win a national title and I think I can do that in Washington. "

Garbers had scholarship offers from schools across the country before he decided to become a Husky. Just like a film session, he had to explore all the possibilities to find the best fit. Fortunately he could lean on big brother again.

Chase had gone through the recruitment process and was able to share his experience while giving him tips and instructions on what to ask, what to look out for and what to take from his visits and interactions with coaches.

"He always textes me like:" Hey if you have to talk, I'm always there, "Ethan said." I am really grateful to him and it has been very good to see him help. "

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