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Folsom youth football report

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Mighty Mites Jr.Eagles 26, Oakmont 0 The scoring began with a 50-yd TD run by Pierson Diehl. Oakmont countered with a 13-play series but were stopped cold with bone-crushing tackles by Mike Dias, Jack Ratto, Jadon Wallen, Jakob Hollingshaus and Gavin Green. The Eagles then drove 95 yards with big gains and a TD by Jadon Wallen. In the second half, touchdown runs by Diehl and Bryce Stockton sealed the fate of the Vikings. Strong blocking on the line by Drew Ewey, Rex Wyrick, Tim Gasho, Ethan Rai and Ryan Koenig. Jr. Peewees Oakmont 18, Jr. Eagles 12 Mitchell Northcutt was the Eagles’ high-impact player on offense and defense, running and throwing for first downs and getting a late-game interception, which led to the Northcutt touchdown at the buzzer. Other offensive standouts were Grant Roush, who scored Vista's first touchdown. Defensively Vista got solid line play from Blake Harville and Josh Morris. Peewees Jr. Eagles 35, Oakmont 6 The Eagles piled up 35 points and played stellar defense. In the first quarter, Matthew Jenner hit running back Bryan Tanglao for a 35-yard touchdown pass. The Eagles’ offensive ways continued before the half with Parker Clayton making a nice 40-yard touchdown grab. Tanglao then added a 40-yard touchdown run before halftime. In the second half, Jenner picked off an Oakmont pass and scampered 30 yards for a touchdown. Brenden Boone scored the final Eagle touchdown with nice 10-yard grab from Jenner. Mason Beck added two PAT's. Trevor Koenig, Jonathan Rittenhouse, Garet Homer, Matt Koett and Anthony Zewe all played outstanding defense. Jr. Midgets Oakmont 32, Jr. Eagles 30 A rushing touchdown by Ryan Hicks and a 35-yard screen pass from Hicks to Kelly allowed the Eagles to jump out to a 16-0 lead early in the first half. The first half was plagued with turn-overs from both teams, but the Eagles went into halftime leading 16-14. The second half belonged to the ground game led by Grant Jas with two rushing touchdowns. With less than nine seconds to play, a final surge across the goal line gave Oakmont the win. Midgets Jr. Eagles 36, Oakmont 0 Lucas LaPord set the game’s tone with a bruising tackle on the opening kickoff. At quarterback, Brent Schaeffer orchestrated five scoring drives ,including an 80-yard pass play to Vance Olives with only two seconds left in the half. Olives scored twice more and was joined in the end zone by David Hull and Adam King on blocking from Daniel Baldini and Zack Barkley. The game became a controlled scrimmage with every member of the Jr. Eagle team turning in a terrific performance. On defense, Bryce Hayword, Matt Karp, Adam McMahon, Ryan Middlekauff, Brannon Olive and Spencer Sgrignoli made big plays. Mighty Mites Jr. Bulldogs 15, Rocklin 0 The Jr. Bulldogs moved to 6-0 on the season. Austin MacMillan led the way with touchdown runs of 50 and 51 yards. Josh Tremain caught a two-point conversion from MacMillan and Kole Simon ran in another conversion to complete the scoring. The Bulldog offensive line did a good job opening holes with Matt Carte, Aiden Single, Cavin McCord all contributing. The wide receiver core of Tryston Jennings, Lincoln Algier, Carter Martinelli, Justin Hanzelka and Jayden Jackson played well. Grant Guthrie and Jake Kelley led the defense and MacMillan had an interception. Jr. Peewees Jr. Bulldogs 22, Rocklin 0 The Jr. Peewees improved to 6-0. The defense was outstanding, holding the Thunder to just two first downs. Drake Digiorno had an interception and Chris Catalano recovered a fumble. Brady Huddlestun, CJ Hutton and Digiorno each scored. Luke Simmons had a15-yard run and Matthew Simon played great on special teams. “We took over sole possession of first place. I am proud of this group,” said Coach Watson. Peewees Jr. Bulldogs 55, Rocklin 14 The offensive line did a great job blocking. This was a group effort by Kaden Richardson, Brooks Mitchell, Hamilton Shvora, Ben Voelz, Tyler Nycum, Conner Ericksen, Austin Lightle, Jayden Wakeland, Jason Mann, Ryan Pascual, Victor Alonzo, Brenden Kane, Zachary Love, Reid Staples, Tommy Nunez and Trevor Knudsen. This allowed the offense to explode with quarterback Max Simmons throwing touchdown passes to Josh Wisiniski and Dylan Davis. The running game dominated with two touchdowns by Davis and one by Tanner Sims, Jordan Thomas, and Simmons. Peyton Van Ackeren was six-for-six kicking extra points. The defense did a great job stopping the passing game, led by Sims, who had five QB sacks Mitchell made some big tackles and Davis had an interception. Jr. Midgets Jr. Bulldogs 20, Rocklin 8 Logan Bingham, Davin Simmons and Mark Weldy ran for touchdowns behind the solid line play of Noah Lunday, Conner O’Brien, Cade Posner, Cole Saxen and Justin Viega. Logan Stern and Davin Simmons came up with timely interceptions to keep the ball in the Bulldogs’ hands. Andrew Merring also made a huge contribution on special teams by pinning Rocklin deep in their own territory with monster kickoffs. Midget Jr. Bulldogs 38, Rocklin 14 Folsom moved to 6-0 with the win over previously unbeaten Rocklin. Folsom opened up a 30-0 lead on touchdowns by Ben Barudoni, Dylan Crane, Drake Stallworth and Micah Iverson. Dylan Crane added an interception and Folsom led 30-6 at halftime. Folsom scored again in the fourth to seal the win 38-14. “We played great tonight. Rocklin had not been scored on all year. This is a great team that plays with a ton of heart. I could not be more proud of this team.”