"When you have a private school versus a public school, you're playing against a team that can pick the players they want and this is going to happen. But that's within the rules and they took it to us," said Black.
"Before this game we were in control of our own destiny, but tonight we took destiny out of our hands."
The Hornets are now 1-1 in DML play while the Scots go to 1-0 in league action.
Vincent stuck to the ground early, running 12 times on its first 13 plays.
Leading the ground attack early was fullback Eric Ruiz, who carried seven times on the team's first two possessions for 43 yards, including the team's first score, a four-yard plunge with 2 minutes, 37 seconds left in the first quarter.
A missed extra point try, following three consecutive five-yard penalties, gave the Scots a 6-0 lead.
It wasn't until the second quarter that Vincent started pulling things out of its bag of offensive tricks as it started to go to the vertical game.
Quarterback Miguel Montaño connected with running back Juan Roman Lopez on passes of 15, 37 and 45 yards to pace the offense. The 45-yarder was good for six points as the score came with 11 seconds remaining in the half, which followed a Calipatria 1-yard touchdown run by Jacob Steele at the 44-second mark.
The Scots other score in the second quarter came when Jose Ramon Lopez reached pay dirt on an eight-yard scamper. He followed with a successful two-point run at the 3:31 point in the frame.
To start the second half, Vincent mixed up its offense, utilizing the power running of Ruiz, the outside rushing of Jose Ramon Lopez and the aerial assault of Montaño as the Scots marched 60 yards for a touchdown on a Ruiz 1-yard plunge. Montaño added the extra point, upping the lead to 28-6 at 4:06 into the half.
"We played pretty good on offense. I think our line deserves a lot of the credit. They did a really good job opening things up," said Ruiz, who finished with 60 yards rushing. "The line really set the tempo and opened up the whole offense. Because we were able to run, that opened up the pass."
Fullback Jean Pierre Jacott tacked on his team's final score as he rumbled for a touchdown from seven yards with 38 seconds left in the third. Juan Roman Lopez added a two-point conversion to extend the lead to 30 points.
Instead of giving up, the Hornets pressed on and capitalized on a Montaño interception deep in Vincent territory. It took four plays from four yards out, but Alex Sanchez reached the end zone from a yard with 25 seconds to play. A failed two-point try ended the scoring for the night.
"Give credit to Calipat. They have a tough group of players with a lot of heart," said Vincent coach Jaime Santos. "There were a lot of penalties tonight, but we got lucky and didn't let it affect us.
"Our defense played really strong and we had a great night on offense. A lot of credit has to go to (offensive coordinator) coach (Anthony) Likos. He did a really good job of preparing this offense."
Calipatria (4-2 overall will play at Imperial at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Vincent (3-1) will play at San Pasqual in Winterhaven at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19.