Junior PeeWees improve to 4-0
October 4, 2005
The Carson Junior Pee Wee Silver youth football team defeated the Feather River Tigers 33-0 on Saturday in Portola, Calif.
Defense player of the game was Mikel Hafeman who had a key interception and 45 yard run after the interception. Willy McDonald’s stats included a caused fumble and a fumble recovery. Brandon Aikers had a knockdown and three tackles.
Zachary Kind and Sage Smith were leading tacklers for the team. The strong defensive showing was helped by the strong line of Tommie Champion, Alec Donner, Gunnar Harper, Austin Kiesow, Kurtis Scull, Jose Galindo, Ricky Streight, Anthony Gonzales, Dustin Garza, Nathan White and Rodney Calhoun.
The offense was led by quarterback Matt Nolan, who called hs own plays. Nolan had 47 passing yards and 33 yards rushing. Nolan’s game was supported by his center Christopher Lopez. Cameron Arnold helped create running room for the four backs that scored in the game. The leading rusher was Nevin Elliott with 78 yards. D.J. Parker, Logan Krupp, and Andrew Gutterrez each scored a touchdown. Brandon Akers also scored on a 5-yard run.
The offensive line blocked consistently and included Andrew Cooper, Dalton Butler, Cory Wilson, Jay Milligan, Daniel Bridges, Caden Mitchell and Erich Slabaugh. Galindo also contributed to the effort as the kicker and the punter for the Silver.
Carson improved to 4-0 and will next play at 8 p.m. Friday at Governor’s Field.
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