SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - The Cathedral Catholic High School football team's season is officially over.
This comes after the defending division three football champs were taken out of the playoffs because they used an ineligible player.
Friday afternoon, a superior court judge denied Cathedral Catholic High's request for a temporary restraining order that would have allowed them to play in Friday night's playoff game.
The school says it made a clerical mistake that led to the ineligible player situation and reported the violation to the CIF. Cathedral Catholic high had to forfeit their entire season.
The team is disappointed, but remains upbeat and is looking forward to next season.