Youth football report

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Mighty Mites Folsom 18, Cosumnes Oaks 0 The Mighty Mites finished a fantastic season by dominating the No. 1 ranked Cosumnes Oaks Wolfpack in the championship game. The Bulldog defense was superb in shutting out the high-powered Wolfpack offense. Zack Cottrell had an interception and Will Streich intercepted a Wolfpack pass and returned it for a touchdown to seal the victory. Streich scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak to start the scoring off and Cottrell added a one-yard touchdown run as well. Cottrell, Streich, Cheyne Gitsham, Jacob Huntington and Preston Shephard all gained positive yards on the ground. Shephard had a bone-crushing hit that caused a fumble which was recovered by Jaxson Hansen. Austin McMillan, Adam Crandall, Dylan Wolger, Lucas Jorge, Jacob Melander, Streich, Huntington, Gitsham, Shephard, Hansen and Cottrell all played great for the dominate Bulldog defense. Jr. Peewees Folsom 27, Sacramento 19 The Jr. Peewees capped off an undefeated 10-0 season with a huge win Saturday in the Division I championship game of the Sierra Football Conference over the Sacramento Jr. Falcons. This amazing group of Folsom residents consists of 35 9- and 10-year-old young men of character and talent. That list includes Jake Allen-Barfield, Zack Brannan, Chris Catalano, Colby Christierson, Harrison Craft, Dylan Davis, Colby Diehl, Isaac Dugars, Conner Ericksen, Bryan Fatooh, AJ Frick, Owen Gitsham, Logan Harrison, Brady Huddlestun, CJ Hutton, Dylan Jorge, Austin Lightle, Jayden Meneghetti, Brooks Mitchell, Jack Neria, Tyler Nycum, Dylan Richard, Zack Russo, Hamilton Shvora, Luke Simmons, Max Simmons, Tanner Sims, Reide Staples, Jordan Thomas, Ben Voelz, Cy Watson, Jordan Wilson, Jayden Wakeland, Alex Wong, and Robbie Wong. “Congratulations on back-to-back D1 titles,” coach Troy Watson said. “It’s an amazing team, parents, coaches, cheerleaders, organization, and community.” Peewees Whitney 38, Folsom 0 In a rematch of last year’s championship game versus the Whitney Jr. Wildcats, there was a reversal of fortune for the Jr. Bulldogs, as they couldn’t keep the Jr. Wildcats contained. The Peewee’s finished up a great season 7-3.