October 03, 2013Pee Wee
On Saturday, the Pee Wee Attacking Jaguars faced the Ramona Dawg Pack and played well on both sides of the ball in a 32–19 loss.
The strength of this week's game came from the center of the defensive line made up of Makaio Bucsit, Michael Lischin III, Kenny Garcia and Payton Rutherford, as they shut down the center of the field all day long. Meanwhile, linebackers Hayden Berkey, Tuupash Turner, Krishawn Gordon, Noah Pearson and Jake Meyers rushed in to seal the gaps.
On offense, Frank Stehly brought down two passes; one on a quick out pattern into the end zone for a touchdown. Tuupash Turner also connected with Gordon on a sideline streak that turned into a 40 yard gain. Add to that a nice seven-yard touchdown run for Gordon.
Brendan Brown, Krishawn Gordon, Gianni Pinamonti and Jake Meyers were the Jaguar ball handlers this week. Brown hit the center of the line like a bowling ball, while Pinamonti took it high speed around the edge and as always, Meyers just flat out battled for every yard he could get on every carry.
The Junior Jaguars fought hard but come up short against the Fighting Falcons.
The Fighting Falcons walked away with two interceptions on the day, putting them up by two touchdowns.
But the Jags didn't give up. A pass from Colton Paxton to Nathan Belcher resulted in the only touchdown of the day in a very defensive game.
Both teams showed their strength on defense and held the other offense from any further scoring.
The Mighty Mite Jaguars won their first game against the Wildomar Tigers, 32–14, as the defense and offense came together for a solid game.
The Jags recovered a fumble on the first play of the game, which led to a 20-yard run by Nakomis Alvarado. Luke Woolford scored the first touchdown after a 30-yard run followed by extra point kick.
The defense stopped a 15-play drive by Wildomar to get a turnover on downs, as Peter Decelles and Camille Gordon made key tackles in the series.
The Jaguar offense came back with a thunderous 75-yard touchdown run by Luke Woolford and an extra point kick that put VC up 16–0.
The Tigers responded with an 80-yard touchdown run, but they missed the extra point and settled in at 16–6.
The Valley Center offense came back strong on the last offensive drive of the half. Nakomis Alvarado ran the ball 15 yards to the one-yard line, and Josh Alvarado ran a quarterback sneak in for the touchdown.
Once again, Hayden Bennet would score the third extra point kick of the game, pulling the Jaguars out to a 24–6 lead at the half.
After halftime, the Tigers scored their last touchdown of the game. Luke Woolford returned a 25-yard punt return. Kevin Garcia had a 55-yard run but was stopped at the one-yard line. A quarterback sneak by Hayden Bennet followed by an extra point kick put the Jags up 32–14.
The defense held the score with plays by Eli Martinez, Brayden Perez, Cash Keller, Tyler Hakes, Aidan Cuevas and TJ Yurick.