Folsom youth football results

Jr. Eagles, Jr. Bulldogs playing well
By: Staff Report
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Youth football wrap Jr. Peewees Vista 31, Rio Linda 0 The Jr. Peewees humbled the previously unbeaten Jr. Knights to improve their overall record to 7-0. Josh Wisinski hooked up with Tanner Sims on the first offensive play of the game with a 60-yard touchdown pass. Sims rushed for four touchdowns as well. Sims, Wisinski, Levi Burnett, Spencer Fitzgerald and Brady Huddlestun turned in strong defensive performances. Peewees Rio Linda 14, Vista 6 Ryan Hicks scored the Eagles' only touchdown in the hard-fought loss. The defense, led by Jarron Wade, Dominic Norris, and Joe Curry, among others, largely shut down the high-powered Rio Linda offense. Jr. Midgets Rio Linda 38, Vista 14 A 45-yard touchdown run from Austin Palmieri and a touchdown catch from Landis Settlemoir were not enough to overcome a powerful Rio Linda team. Tanner James also turned in a strong performance, but the Jr. Knights came away with a victory. Midgets Vista 30, Rio Linda 16 Quarterback Andrew Schantz, tailback Austin McGuire and tight end Tyler Kaim led the way in the first half with McGuire busting 68 yards for a touchdown and Schantz connecting with Kaim on the pass for a touchdown making the halftime score 16-16. In the second half, quarterback Kevin Wentz scored on a keeper. Wentz connected the final pass to Kaim for his second score of the night. Ryan Kuzinich and Schantz capitalized on three Rio Linda fumbles and McGuire kicked three PAT's to seal the game. Nick Fiegener, Thomas Gust, Ryan Thompson, McGuire, John Hester and Michael Majeski led the defense. Folsom Jr. Bulldogs Jr. Midgets Folsom 24, Oak Ridge 0 The Jr. Bulldogs came out swinging as EJ Turner intercepted a Jr. Trojan pass on the third play of the game. Later in the first quarter Sam Whittingham broke loose for a 40-yard gain down to the five-yard line, setting up a Tyler Crandall touchdown run. Cole Thompson also scored on a 57-yard run. The final touchdown was set up by a 26-yard reception from Josiah Deguara to Thompson, as the Bulldogs scored on a fake field goal 14-yard pass from Deguara to Crandall. The defense played amazingly, giving up only two first downs, behind the play of Nick Brown, who had four tackles for a loss. Will McClure had an interception and both Bryan Weldy and Crandall recovered fumbles. Midgets Oak Ridge 16, Folsom 6 The Folsom Jr. Bulldog Midgets fell to 6-2 with the loss. With a playoff spot already locked up, both teams were fighting for playoff position. Folsom scored first when Jason Elenberger found the end zone. The Bulldogs missed the extra point. Oak Ridge answered with two touchdowns in the first half to lead 16-6. The defenses took over from there and the 16-6 lead held up.