BISHOP — The San Diego Vaqueros’ playoff fate came down to this one game against Bishop.

Basically, the winner of Friday night’s game would put themselves in third place in District 16-3A, Div. I. A loss would likely meant missing the playoffs.

And while the Vaqueros made some adjustments to jumpstart their offense, it wasn’t enough to overcome the Badgers Friday night. Bishop benefited from a big play in the first quarter and road the momentum the rest of the way for a 21-0 victory.

It was the Vaqueros' third-straight loss.

San Diego’s record dropped to 2-7 for the season and 1-3 in district, while Bishop improved its mark to 6-3 and 2-2.

The Vaqueros came in with Ryan Briones starting at quarterback. The move was meant to give San Diego an additional running threat coming out of the backfield. It seemed to work at times, but it was still limited and the Vaqueros were unable to score.

Briones ran the ball 11 times for 24 yards. He also completed five of eight passes for 22 yards. Kevin Oliveira led the team in rushing with seven carries for 62 yards. His longest carry of the game went for 24 yards.

San Diego closes out its season on the road against Lyford Friday night.