Carson Tiny Might Silver Continues to roll!
September 18, 2007
The Carson Senator Tiny Might Silver youth football team continued to roll, winning its second straight game, 24-6 over the Sparks Cardinals in Sparks.
On the first play from scrimmage Abel Carter ran the ball 66 yards for a touchdown. Carson continued to move the ball behind outstanding blocking from Cody Main, Jakob Weaver, Brady Harris, Garrett Clampitt, Josh Buchan, Jonathon Bates, and Buddy McDonald.
Carson’s quarterback Zach Harris completed 2-of-2 passes to Richard Romero and Copeland Sargent. Buchan, and Sargent shared running duties with Carter, with Sargent coming up a half of an inch shy of his first touchdown on the last play of the game. Carter scored all of Carson’s points.
The defense for Carson continued to hold their opponents’ at bay Friday, only allowing Sparks three first downs, and one touchdown. Rylan Fancher got his first fumble recovery and his first tackle. Other first time tacklers were Justin Kattenhorn, and Ben Larkin. Richard Romero had another great night on defense.
One highlight came when he and Buchan combined for a doubled hit on the Cardinal ball carrier to cause a fumble and Carson recovered the loose ball. Carter was in on many tackles as well as Joseph O’Neil, Khayman Garland, Austin Baker, Hayden Wheeler, and Sargent.
Carson will play in its home opener at 10 a.m. Saturday against the Reno Raves Black at Governor’s Field.
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