Vista Jr. Peewees Davis 30, Vista 8 Jake Vencer added a touchdown to his season total as well as a 2-point kick. Strong pressure on the quarterback by Grant Roush helped Josiah Ripp intercept a Davis pass. Jack Goyeau was a defensive force with multiple tackles in the backfield. Donovan Cokley, Nicolas Nunez, River Boelman, Roush and Carter King carried the ball for the Eagles. Peewees Vista 30, Davis 14 Vista scored first on a 69-yard touchdown run by Bryan Tanglao. Drake Digiorno converted the kick and the Eagles led 8-0. Quarterback Josh Wisinski then hit Brenden Boone for a 25-yard score and after the PAT Vista led 16-0. In the second half Wisinski opened the scoring with a run that put the Jr. Eagles up 22-7. Both teams scored one more time, Vista’s score coming on another run by Wisinski. Matthew Koett, Mitchell Northcutt, Tomas Nunez and Jackson McFarland played well defensively, while Digiorno and Parker Clayton had interceptions. Matthew Jenner, Tanglao and Will Carrey also had good runs offensively, while Clayton had a couple of nice catches. Jr. Midgets Davis 38, Vista 6 The Eagles’ defensive line pressured the Blue Devils quarterback throughout the game and David Hull, Severin Anderson, Nnamdi Nwokobi, Nick Ellis, Ethan Parkert and Hunter Corbitt took turns making great tackles and even a few sacks. In the second quarter, QB Ryan Hicks connected with Adam King for a thrilling 22-yard touchdown and the Eagles’ only score. Throughout the game, the offense made solid gains, mostly on running yards by Blake Tutor and Matt Karp. Jason Carrey and Vance Olives also made great catches, while Olives also played quarterback in the fourth quarter. On special teams, Trey Berman, Trevor Corey and Adam McMahon set up good field position on kick returns. Midgets Davis 31, Vista 16 The Jr. Eagles had more than 100 yards of offense, led by Ben Barudoni, who also returned a kick 90 yards for a score. Barudoni capped off the day with a 28-yard pass to Dylan Hacket for a TD late in the fourth. On the defensive side, the Jr. Eagles were a force, giving up only 15 points. Wade Thomson set the pace on the first play of the game with a fumble recovery, while eight Jr. Eagles recorded three or more tackles including Daniel Furguson (8), Josh Winkler (5), Austin Palmieri (5), Tanner James (5), Nick Williams (5), Barudoni (4), Trent Jas (4), Joe Santeriello (3), and Thomson (3). Three Eagles also recorded sacks for substantial losses, (James, Williams, and Isaak Butcher). Jr. Bulldogs Mighty Mites Folsom 25, Woodcreek 0 Cheyne Gitsham took the ball on the first offensive play and ran 60 yards for a touchdown. The Bulldogs never looked back. Will Streich threw a beautiful pass to Jaxson Hansen for a TD reception. Gitsham added two more rushing TDs to round out the scoring. Jacob Huntington, Kyle Frazier, Jesse Clark, Damon Haberman, Preston Shephard, Hansen and Streich all contributed to the Bulldog ground game Jr. Peewees Folsom 6, Woodcreek 0 The Jr. Peewees pitched another shutout to improve to 5-0. Dylan Davis, Owen Gitsham, Dylan Jorge, Jack Neria and Tyler Nycum all recorded sacks. Tanner Sims and Davis had interceptions. The Jr.Timberwolves played solid defense and the potent offense of Folsom struggled, but an early score by Dylan Jorge was all that would be needed for the win. Gitsham, Sims and Thomas added significant total yards for the offense. “We have to execute better and shore up our line blocking, but look out when this group starts hitting on all cylinders,” said coach Troy Watson. Peewees Folsom 12, Woodcreek 0 Both teams entered the game with identical 4-0 records, but the Jr. Bulldogs emerged victorious, scoring twice in this hard-hitting affair. The Bulldogs controlled the line of scrimmage with great blocking by Kaden Richardson, Connor O’Brien, Noah Lunday, Clay Lewis, Sean Campeau and Cole Saxon, which led to a 12-yard TD pass from Jack Crandall to Mark Weldy. The Bulldogs had four interceptions, as Weldy and Logan Bingham each had one and Dylan Diehl had two. Davin Simmons scored on a one-yard run. Jeffrey Skyrud, Justin Viega and Luke Wolger led a dominating defensive effort, as Woodcreek didn’t get a first down. Jr. Midgets Folsom 30, Woodcreek 8 Troy Calderara set the tone early in the game with a huge sack and Jonathan Trott added two interceptions. Dylan Crane, Dominic Langham, Trevor Darrow, Drake Stallworth, Jonathan Trott, Jack Sa, Aiden Thompson, Blake Christierson, Brad Jenner and Emilio De La Riva also made big contributions defensively. On special teams, Ethan Weiner and Austin Alvarez led the way and Calderara was able to pin Woodcreek deep in its own territory. Offensively, the Jr. Midgets spread the ball around with touchdowns from Joe Curry, Jenner, Trott and Crane. Big catches from Calderara, Stallworth and Jenner along with runs from Ryan Middlekauff, Jenner, Darrow and De La Riva kept the offense on the field most of the game. Midgets Woodcreek 38, Folsom 16 Folsom got on the board early when Chase Pope returned a fumble to the 1-yard line. Tre Green then scored on a 1-yard run. Woodcreek tied the game at eight late in the first. The Bulldogs regained the lead when Connor Clancy found Matt Torres for a 65-yard touchdown to lead 16-8 at half. Woodcreek turned it on in the second half scoring 30 unanswered points to win 38-16.