Following are the game reports for Week 3 of the Little Guy Football season. Games are played Saturday mornings at Copper Mountain Park.
Rainbow Photo/John’s Pork Chop Patriots 24, Sports Fanz Redskins 12
Kyle Holter ran for four touchdowns, while Reid Hicks, Ryan Stenson, Owen Sturer, and Lance Wyatt played great defense to lead the Patriots to the win. Tysom Campbell, Cayden Kibler and Tucker Santell also played hard for the Patriots.
Hard-running fullback Kale McDonald scored a touchdown for the Redskins. Kalli Langley played good on the offensive line, while Cameron Gurnsey played great at defensive end. Riley Doyle showed some good tackling and blocking.
Thriftway Giants 19, Harrington Pepsi Chargers 6
Wyatt Gross had an excellent offensive performance to lead the Giants. Jack Keeley played great at quarterback, and Tyler Galle showed off excellent blocking and tackling. Quinn Cox played outstanding on offense and defense, while Gary Rubusch stood out on special teams.
For the Chargers, Tyson Zeren had a strong game running the ball behind the outstanding blocking of Aiden Roher. Will Silk played excellent on defense, while Luke Verlanic was all over the field on defense.
First Citizens Cowboys (NS), Lil Copperhead Falcons 0
Cabe Calle and Danny Senst were the MVPs on defense for the Falcons. Noah Tolon and Mike Moreno played sound on the offensive and defensive lines, while Ethan Golberg was the leading rusher.
No information was submitted for the Cowboys.
Newland and Company Bears 12, Casagranda’s Seahawks 0
Brayden Keane made a tremendous catch on a Drew Badovinac throw to lead the Bears’ effort. Badovinac also ran for a score, while the entire offensive line blocked exceptionally well. On defense, Cole Worley, Trey Whitlock, Hunter Hotalen and Joseph Seholster each picked off a pass. Caleb and Trevor Jones made several outstanding defensive plays, and Brennan Field and Nathan Harrington were both forces to be reckoned with on defense.
Riley Downey, Joe Raaskka and Nick Verlanic blocked well for the Seahawks. Allie Russell and Brady Dinius hustled on defense.
Lisac’s Tire Raiders 24, Lil Copperhead Bengals 0
Rowdy Swainston played well on both lines, while Jason Krantz stood out on offense and at middle linebacker. Ian Gallinger (offensive line), Aaron Williams (receiver) and Dillon Guilberson (blocking) also stood out for the Bengals.
No information was turned in for the Raiders.
Universal Athletic Dolphins 14, Opportunity Bank Buccaneers 0
Ryder Holbrook and Jasson Gifford played great on the defensive line as the Dolphins picked up a win. Max Fantini caught the ball well at tight end, while Kaleb Garner had big blocks at fullback. Also, Aiden Cuchine ran the ball well as the offensive and defensive line played great.
Alexander Anderson found the end zone on a nice outside rush for the Bucs. He also recovered a fumble on defense. Kaden Rand had a nice kickoff return, Derek Dunmire played well on all three phases of the game, Cale Johnson made several nice receptions to go along with strong defense, and Diesel Dale snatched the ball out of the air for an interception.
Thompson’s Distributing Vikings 20, Buffalo Wild Wings Steelers 8
Keighton Johnston ran for a pair of touchdowns while picking off a pass to help the Vikings win. Michael McGivern busted a long touchdown run, while Zach Pesanti dominated the offensive line along with center Gage Paul. Isaiah Brown had a ton of tackles from his position on the defensive line.
Taylor Parks registered a sack and threw a nice pass for the Steelers. Kolbe Lammi made a great attach and played great defense. Tyce Powers and Nick Spencer made some heads up plays, while Devin Donaldson boomed two long punts.
Glacier Bank Packers 56, CCCS Rams 0
Kyler Raiha passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more to lead the Packers to the win. Brayden Cetraro caught two TDs, while Keegan Muffich rushed for two scores. Also, Payton Pressler caught a touchdown pass, and Jeffry Staton scored on a 30-yard reception.
No information was submitted for the Rams.