Dedicate Championship Football Game to Benefit Former Player
The Pacifica Islanders Football Team is dedicating the Minor
League State Championship Semi-final Game on June 21st as a
benefit to raise money for former local gridiron star Rob
Serafino. Rob has been battling cancer for the past few
Rob graduated from Oceana High School in 1983. He was a
standout on the shark Football and Wrestling teams. He went
on to play football for the Pacifica Outlaws in the mid 90ís
and later with the Daly City Renegades.
Rob was a standout lineman in High School playing both
offensive and defensive tackle. He earned several all-league
and all-county honors during his prep career. He was a
standout Wrestler on some of the dominant Shark Wrestling
teams in the 80ís, earning all-state honors in 1983 and an
athletic scholarship to Cal-Poly.
Several of Robís former high school and semipro teammates
are either, players, coaches or administrators with the
Islanders. The organization has dedicated this game to Rob
and his family as a benefit to help offset medical expenses.
He has been named honorary Captain for the game which will
be played on June 21st, 6:30pm, at Sequoia High School in
The cost is for Admission is $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for
Children. All Proceeds from the game will go to Rob and his
Family. Advanced tickets are on sale now.