Little Guy Football Week 2

Little Guy Football Week 2

McQueen Club Patriots vs. Harrington Pepsi Chargers
No score was reported for a game that saw Obadia Breeton, Marquis Abad and Miles Gasser play great defense for the Chargers. Tristan Hafer played well on both sides of the ball, while Kale Dirlam showed some strong play of the offensive line.

Logan Carden got the Chargers going with physical running and a great touchdown run. Gunner Bushman ran hard and scored a TD, while Mitch Verlanic turned a broken play into a touchdown run. Dublin Cooney and Juliod Silas played great defense, piling up tackles for a loss.

Glacier Bank Bengals 6, Casagranda’s Seahawks 0
Maverick McEwen ran hard and scored the only touchdown of the game to lead the Bengals to the win. He also played strong at linebacker. Kade Schleeman was great on both sides of the line, while Ty Angove put in a great defensive effort at corner back and Nolan Casey was tough on both sides of the ball, playing quarterback, linebacker and defensive back.

Zane Moodry played strong at tailback and Marc McGillan was a rock on the defensive line to lead the Seahawks. Jaylon Doherty played solid cornerback, while Bryce Keane was all over the field on defense. Keane registered three sacks.

Pioneer Technical Packers 22, Newland and Company Bears 0
Luke Verlanic had a great game on both sides of the ball to lead the Packers to the win. He scored a touchdown and picked off a pass. Bo Demarais scored his first TD of the year, while Koby Hanni played great defense. Luke O’Dell blocked great at center, while Chris Knutson played awesome in his first game back from injury.

The Bears got great overall play from the whole team. Trey Hansen stood out on defense with multiple solo tackles. Trey Driscoll racked up a sack and played great overall on the line.

Opportunity Bank Buccaneers 19, Thriftway Giants 18 (OT)
Braylon Larson and Ryan Peoples led the offense, while Kaydn Sommer and Grady Foley played great on both sides of the ball to lead the Bears in the thrilling victory. Ethan Abram’s Hustle and hard play also paid dividends for the victors.

Lavin Giacomino scored three touchdowns for the Giants, whose game-winning PAT attempt was blocked in overtime. Dominic Snyder was an animal on defense, while Eli Johnson joined him with a great game on that side of the ball. Rigley Vincent ran like Larry Czonka and played great defense, while Taylor Olsen played great on both sides of the ball.

Steele’s Falcons 26, Lil Copperhead Colts 0
Brenner Booth caught a touchdown pass, and Burke McGruder broke several long runs, including one for a touchdown, to lead the Falcons. Coy Campbell hauled in a pass for a 30-yard gain, Jake Baily played awesome on both sides of the line, and Dylan Erickson racked up a bunch of tackles.

Trae Salle did a nice job blocking at tight end for the Colts. Jace Shafford blocked well on the edge, Keller Connors got in for several tackles, Logan Lorengo made a hard hit late in the game, and Kale Pyles made several tackles and blew up several plays at defensive tackle.

Lisac’s Tire Raiders 22, Lil Copperhead Rams 22
Quinn Cox scored two touchdowns, and Kade Corcoran intercepted a pass to lead the Raiders in the sister kisser. Kyler Stenson and Tyler Galle played great defense, while Broc Ludwick demonstrated great blocking for the Raiders.

Riley Kriskovich, River Hurley, Cael Mikalattos and Jadyn Bomar stood out for the Rams.

Thompson Distributing Vikings 8, First Citizens Cowboys 0
Gavin Rowe was a beats on both sides of the line for the Vikings. Colton Shea was all over the field from his safety spot, while Chance Sampson was a handful at left guard. Also Carter Barsness played great at outside linebacker, while Karstyn Bruni was excellent at corner. Bruni also ran tough at running back.

Aiden Ossello played outstanding defense for the Cowboys, while Carson Kriskovich shut down all receivers. Ryan Popovich was an outstanding team player, and Eli Smith ran the ball well.

CCCS Redskins 6, Buffalo Wild Wings Steelers 6
Torre Dunmire played fantastic defense with multiple tackles for a loss highlight the Redskins effort in the tie game. Cooper Hansen was a beat on defense, Mason Newgard played tough at running back, and Shade Pohia played both was and dominated the line.

Braydon Pierce scored on an outstanding run to lead the Steelers. Laine Lowder played tough on defense, Chase Hackman drove the offense with hug blocks, Cashton Spolar registered the most solo tackles, and Sam Henderson played excellent at cornerback.

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