comments

Youth football results

-A +A
Jr. Peewee Vista 20, Colfax 0 The Jr. Peewees improved to 3-0 with a 20-0 win over Colfax. Stephen Ewey had an impressive offensive performance, scoring three touchdowns and kicking a PAT. Ewey caught a touchdown pass from Will Carrey as time expired in the first half to give the Eagles a 12-0 halftime lead. The Eagles defense was dominant, not allowing any points to the Falcons. Levi Burnett, Saxton Brown, Cheyne Gitsham, Mitchell Northcutt and Preston Shephard led the defense. Burnett and Brown each had several tackles for losses. Peewees Colfax 27, Vista 20 The Jr. Eagles scored twice in the first half on passes from quarterback Ryan Hicks to receivers Dominic Baciocco (55 yards) and Jason Carrey (40 yards). Trailing 20-13 late in the fourth quarter, the Eagles drove down the field with strong rushes by running back Tanner Sims and ended the drive with a 10-yard throw from Hicks to Baciocco for a touchdown. Garrett Ostrander caught the extra point to tie the game at 20. The Jr. Falcons then scored with 12 seconds on the clock to win the game. Running back Owen Gitsham provided strong rushes and on defense Nathan Trujillo, Dominick Norris, Grant Jas and Josh Wizinski played well. Parker Clayton recovered an onside kick early in the game. Jr. Midgets Vista 40, Colfax 6 The Jr. Falcons could not move the ball against the predator Eagles. Ryan Van Saun and Jakob Mandsager were in the backfield all day long. Zachary Astakeesic had an outstanding day on defense and special teams, making seven tackles and a fumble recovery. Jake Jeffrey scored three touchdowns; two on punt returns and another rushing. Jacob Norville scored on a QB keeper and Ney Vencer had a 40-yard run. Brendan Murphy made three kicks for extra points and 32-yard field goal. Midgets Colfax 28, Vista 20 Brad Rittenhouse scored on a pitch for a 70-yard touchdown run with key blocks from Tylor Rhee and Anthony Garcia. Ryan Wert threw for two touchdowns. Tyler Steinlein caught three passes, two for touchdowns. Michael McMahon had a strong day on defense. Jr. Bulldogs sweep Lincoln Jr. Zebras The Folsom Jr. Bulldogs Mighty Mites won 20-6 over the previously unbeaten Jr. Zebras. The Peewees improve to 4-2 with a 12-8 win, while Jr. Midgets are 5-1 after an impressive 28-7 win. The Midgets are also 5-1 after a big 46-6 victory. Mighty Mites The Mighty Mites improved to 4-2 with a 20-6 win over the previously unbeaten Jr. Zebras. All of Folsom’s scoring came in the second half, starting with a 54-yard run from CJ Hutton. Cy Watson ran a bootleg for 21 yards and the second Bulldog score. On Folsom’s next possession, Hutton added his second TD to put the game out of reach. Brady Huddlestun, Luke Simmons, Will Streich, and Levi Tupou lowered the hammer on sealing the corners. Defensively, Colby Christierson, Colby Diehl, Alex Wong, Isaac Dugars, Harrison Craft, Dylan Richard, Lucas Jorge and Logan Harrison all had tackles in the game, with their vaunting defense allowing only 68 net yards of offense for the Zebras. Jr. Peewees Facing an undefeated Jr. Zebras team that led the league in scoring and defense, the Jr. Bulldogs got a big win behind the running of QB/RB Davin Simmons, who also kicked both the PATs. The defense, led by Dylan Jorge, Mark Weldy, Sean Campeau, Liam Eviston and Noah Lunday kept the team in the game in the first half, as the teams were scoreless at the break. The Jr. Bulldogs jumped into their wildcat offense and the team drove 65 yards to set up a Weldy touchdown. Tyler Nycum recovered a Michael McJimsey onside kick and the offense jammed the ball down the field and Weldy capped the drive off with another touchdown run. From there the defense took over the game, continuing to shut down the potent Jr. Zebra offense and finished with a big time hit by Jack Crandall for a 16-0 win.