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Folsom Youth Football scores

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Folsom Mighty Mites Folsom 26, Del Oro 7 Cheyne Gitsham had two rushing touchdowns and Jacob Huntington rushed for one. Jaxson Hansen made two interceptions on defense, one in which he returned for a touchdown, The Bulldog defense also added a safety to their already impressive resume. Hansen, Will Streich, Zachary Cottrell, Jacob Melander, McKay Diehl, Payton Dupree, Jack Prehoda and Austin McMillan all contributed to the Bulldog rushing game. Melander, Preston Shephard, Lucas Jorge, Tyler Dukes, Dylan Wolger and Adam Crandall all had a solid performance blocking. Jr. Peewee Folsom 22, Del Oro 12 The Golden Eagles scored first, but the Jr. Bulldogs answered back, scoring the next three touchdowns. The offense was led by the rushing of quarterbacks Jordan Thomas, Brady Huddlestun and Max Simmons. Thomas had two keepers for touchdowns. Receivers Dylan Davis and Tanner Sims had some great catches for big yardage. Dylan Jorge and Owen Gitsham ran the ball well with Jorge scoring a touchdown. Kicker Bryan Fatooh capped off the offense with two extra-point kicks. Zach Brannan started the third quarter with an on-side kick recovery. Sims led the defense, who tackled well and also had two quarterback sacks and a fumble recovery. Peewee Folsom 6, Del Oro 0 Two great defenses faced off for a grind-it-out game. Sean Campeau led the defense as that unit produced its fourth shutout in four games this season. Pressure by Campeau forced the Del Oro quarterback to throw an interception to Bulldog linebacker Davin Simmons. A long run by Jason Simons in the third gave the Bulldogs field position. And in the fourth quarter the Bulldog offense started clicking with key runs by Logan Bingham and Simmons. Simmons capped off a drive with a two-yard TD plunge, with pancake blocks by Luke Wolger and Clay Lewis. With Michael McJimsey recovering his own kickoff, it preserved the win. Jr. Midget Folsom 17, Del Oro 6 The Jr. Midget victory was a team effort with contributions coming from each side of the ball. The defense played a key role in the team’s success, holding Del Oro to no offensive touchdowns. Jonathan Trott scored his third defensive touchdown of the season. Joe Curry and Troy Calderara contributed points on offense, helping left the Jr. Midgets to a win. Midget Del Oro 17, Folsom 14 The game was a tale of two halves, as Del Oro dominated the first half and the second half went to Folsom. Del Oro scored twice in the second quarter to lead 14-0. Folsom responded with two fourth-quarter scores by Jake Jeffery. Jeffery’s first score came on a quarterback keeper from eight yards out, the second on a punt return minutes later. The game was tied at 14-14 when Del Oro lined up for a 30-yard field goal with 3.6 seconds remaining in the fourth and made the field goal to win 17-14. Ryan Van Saun, Grant Appleberry and Jeffery led the defense, while Matt Torres led the offense with several big receptions. Vista Jr. Eagles Jr. Peewees Vista 28, El Dorado 0 Team speed ruled the day as Grant Roush blazed for three scores and Jacob Vencer flew through the entire Cougar defense for a long touchdown and added two extra point kicks worth four points. River Boelman and Nicolas Nunez also had strong runs, led by outstanding blocking from Jack Goyeau, Josiah Ripp, Logan Rorabacher, Seth Sweeney, Bryler Digman and Michael Diaz along with bulldozing from fullbacks Donovan Cokley and River Boelman. The Eagles fast defense recovered three fumbles, (Roush, Goyeau and Griffon Richards) and held the Cougars scoreless with strong play from Vencer, Carter King, Cokley, Nunez, Roush, Rex Wyrick, Bryce Stockton and Boelman. Peewees El Dorado 22, Vista 12 Vista got on the scoreboard first on a nine-yard pass from Josh Wisinski to Parker Clayton and had a 6-0 lead. The Cougars, however, scored twice before halftime and led 14-6 at the break. Vista’s defense held firm early, as Garrett Homer and Jackson McFarland made a big stop in the first possession of the second half. Vista kept the Cougars off the scoreboard in the third quarter with strong play from Tomas Nunez, Matthew Koett and McFarland. El Dorado added a safety and one more touchdown before Vista scored one final time on a 34-yard touchdown reception by Nick Baciocco. Jr. Midgets Vista 34, El Dorado 6 Adam McMahon scampered 30 yards for the first score. Minutes later, Ryan Hicks threw a 40-yard pass to Vance Olives for the second TD. The Eagles offensive line held strong in the two-minute drill before the half, setting up a short pass to Adam King for a TD which gave the Eagles a 20-point lead at the half. In the third quarter, Brian McPeak was on the right end of a 41-yard pitch and catch for a TD that brought the score to 26-0. The Eagles’ defense played an outstanding game holding the Cougars to a single TD. Hicks shot a 25-yard strike to Jason Carrey for the final TD. David Hull kicked two extra points and Brent Schaffer recovered an onside kick. Midgets El Dorado 25, Vista 12 Blake Martin’s interception led to a touchdown run by Ben Barudoni, giving Vista the early lead. Unfortunately, the Cougars’ offensive backfield and defensive line were able to gain the edge over the Eagles and scored 19 unanswered points until Nick Williams returned a kick 83 yards for a TD, cutting the score to 19-12. The Eagles fought strong the rest of the day getting three-plus tackles a piece from Josh Winkler, Ney Vencer, Trent Jas, Daniel Ferguson and Wade Thomson, but the Cougars were able to add another six points bringing the score to 25-12.