Folsom youth football game recaps

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Jr. Peewees Davis 25, Vista 0 The Jr. Peewees were humbled by the Davis Blue Devils, as they suffered their first loss of the season. The Eagles made costly turnovers on offense and the defense never found their groove. Peewees Vista 38, Davis 14 The Peewee team dominated the Jr. Blue Devils on both sides of the ball. The offensive line led the way with great blocking by Andrew Coakley, Tomas Nunez, Shadrach Madrigal, Yosoph Abouelwafa, Jonathan Valdez and Garrett Ostrander. That allowed running back Tanner Sims to rush for 140 yards and three touchdowns and quarterback Ryan Hicks to throw touchdown passes of 65 and 20 yards to Jason Carrey. Ostrander and Grant Jas had receptions for extra points and Zacharey Abdallah had two other great receptions. The defense was led by big stops by Coakley, Brandon Burkey, Branden Funk, Cristian Aquino, James Viet, Alex West, Josh Wisinski and Matthew Koett. Hicks had a 70-yard interception return for a touchdown and Dominic Baciocco and Carrey had on-side kick recoveries. Jr. Midgets Davis 38, Vista 7 Jr. Eagle highlights included Jacob Norville's screen pass to Alec Spence, who took the pass 78 yards for the touchdown behind the blocking of Josh Winkler and Blake Martin. On a broken conversion attempt, Norville found Martin in the end zone for the PAT. Midgets Davis 48, Vista 22 Tyler Steinlein had four catches and two touchdowns from quarterback Ryan Wert. Brad Rittenhouse ran hard all day and scored a touchdown. The line had a great push in the first half. Brandon Mulks had a sack deep in the backfield. Eric Friessen had a strong performance on defense and special teams. Folsom Jr. Bulldogs Mighty Mites Folsom 38, Woodcreek 0 The Bulldogs improved to 6-2 with their fifth shutout of the season. Folsom scored six times by Cy Watson, Luke Simmons, Brady Huddlestun, CJ Hutton, and Colby Diehl. Will Streich, Lucas Jorge and Gibson Gray also added tough runs as the Folsom offense finished with 399 yards for the game. The defense was outstanding in controlling the Jr. Timberwolves to a net of 14 yards. The defense had several big hits from Adam Crandall, Luke Simmons, Alex Wong, Logan Harrison, Colby Diehl and Harrison Craft. Jr. Peewees Folsom 20, Woodcreek 0 Behind an impressive first half that saw all three offenses score and a defense that gave up only one first down all game. Scoring started on the first series with a 13-yard run by Davin Simmons. The Bulldogs drove down the field behind the line of Kaden Richardson, Tyler Nycum, Noah Lunday, Garrett McClure, Cole Saxen and Wyatt Vacarro. Dylan Jorge added a 35-yard run during the drive. Jack Crandall kept a drive alive with a 20-yard bootleg run on fourth down with key blocks by Luke Wolger, Nathan Torres, Justin Viega and Dylan Davis to setup a 17-yard touchdown pass from Crandall to Logan Bingham. The last touchdown came after an impressive drive with a superior line surge up front provided by Tanner Olson and Connor O’Brien to score Simmons on a one-yard run. Defensive standouts included Sean Campeau, Mark Weldy, Dominique Navarro, Jacob Cruz, Gavin Davis-Smith and Liam Eviston.