Folsom youth football results

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This past weekend the Vista Jr. Eagles played Casa Roble and following are the results submitted to the Telegraph. Jr. Eagles Midgets Vista 44, Casa Roble 6 The Vista Jr. Eagle Midgets had a dominating performance against the Casa Roble Jr. Rams. Vista’s offense ran hard all day with more than 250 yards rushing and about 50 yards passing. The offensive line fought hard and did not give up a sack. The defense played extremely well, scoring the first points of the game off an interception. The team followed up with two more interceptions and another score. The defensive line had several sacks and kept the Rams’ offense with less than 100 yards gained. Jr. ?Bulldogs The Folsom Jr. Bulldogs hosted Natomas Jr. Nighthawks Saturday at Livermore Park. This coming Saturday Jr. Bulldogs are at home again against Del Oro Jr. Golden Eagles. Mighty Mites Bulldogs 32, Nighthawks 0 Jaxson Hansen, Zack Cottrell, Will Streich and Adam Crandall had rushing touchdowns. Jacob Huntington was under pressure and threw a 23-yard pass to Cheyne Gitsham, who made a great catch and scored . The Bulldog defense was led by Jacob Melander who had eight tackles on the day, three for losses. Dylan Wolger and Cottrell also turned in a great defensive performance. The Dogs held the Nighthawks to negative -eight yards on the day. Jr. Peewee Bulldogs 28, Nighthawks 0 The Folsom offense took advantage of its starting field positions and put up 28 points in the first half. AJ Frick and Chris Catalano both caught their first career touchdowns, while Max Simmons and Tanner Sims also scored. Brady Huddlestun and Jordan Thomas combined to throw for the three scores. The running game gained 133 yards through the work of CJ Hutton, Cy Watson, Robbie Wong, Owen Gitsham, Huddlestun, Sims and Thomas. Defensively, the Dogs held their opponent to one first down and minus-45 yards for the game. Ben Voelz made a great interception, taking the ball away from a would be completion. Peewee Bulldogs 36, Nighthawks 0 The Folsom defense earned its third straight shutout and allowed only one first down all game. Jeffrey Skyrud had an interception to lead the defense and Folsom received standout play from Jack Crandall, Connor O’Brien, Noah Lunday, Gavin Davis-Smith, Cole Saxon, Sean Campeau, Dylan Diehl and Lucas Wolger. Leading the offense were linemen Clay Lewis, Dylan Several, Justin Viega, Nathan Torres, Hank Allen-Barfield, Cade Posner and Abigail Trengove. Nathan Martinelli, Parker Lee, Jason Simon and Adrian Lauderdale also blocked well on the exterior. Logan Bingham capped off a six-minute opening 80-yard drive with a five-yard run. Mark Weldy scored on the second possession with an 11-yard run. Luke Rorison had a 10-yard run for a TD to start the third quarter. Davin Simmons scored from two-yards out and Bingham capped off the touchdowns with a five-yard run. Midget Bulldogs 36, Nighthawks 0 Folsom lit up the scoreboard early when Tre Green found the end zone from two yds out to give Folsom a 6-0 lead. The Bulldogs struck again later when Jake Jeffery scored on a three-year run. Folsom scored 16 points in the second quarter, six on a Jeffery interception, two on a safety and a 54-yard touchdown by Roger Neal on the last play of the half. Neal put the game in a scrimmage late in the third quarter with a five-yard touchdown run. Folsom’s defense was tough all game, led by Jared Wall, Green, Connor Clancy, Grant Appleberry, Jeffery and Neal. Jr. Midget Nighthawks 27, Bulldogs 24